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PoE and Nortel i2004 IP phone

A Nortel i2004 IP phone could get power from 3550 Cisco pre-standard PoE switch using splitter PD-PS-401/RA-NRTL. It doesn't work with 802.3af-compliant PoE module WS-X4248-RJ45V on a 4510 switch even I set PoE to static operation mode on switch port.

Someone suggested "Universal splitter (PDPS800)" this was the one

that was needed for Phase I phones(such as i2004) to work with other 802.3AF compliant devices such as Cisco PoE switch.

Does anyone have such experience? Thanks in advance.

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Re: PoE and Nortel i2004 IP phone

As you have found, Nortel i2004 IP Phones come in 2 flavors- Phase I and Phase II. Phase II is IEEE 802.3af compliant. Ciso PoE switches can provide inline power to only Nortel Phase 2 IP Phones. Nortel Phase 1 IP phones cannot be inline powered and you need external power brick.

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Re: PoE and Nortel i2004 IP phone

Thanks. Is PDPS800 the right option or Cisco has other recommendation on external power brick that has been tested with WS-X4248-RJ45V module?

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PoE and Nortel i2004 IP phone

How is it possible for the SG300-10MP to power the Phase 1 phones with the PD-PS-401/RA-NRTL power splitter on them?

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PoE and Nortel i2004 IP phone

Wrong forum, post in "Small Business switches". You can move your posting with the Actions panel on the right.

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PoE and Nortel i2004 IP phone

I'm posting regarding troubleshooting getting a Nortel i2002 phone with a PD-PS-401/RA-NRTL splitter on them to work with a 2960-S POE switch to work. The phone does not power on currently with the 2960 POE but it powers on when plugged in to the SG300-10MP.

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