I have just attempted to use a splitter to power a non 802.3af compliant Wireless Access Point from a POE port on a CE500 switch - the splitter indicates no power and the AP does not power up. It appears that the splitter only accepts power on ethernet pairs 4+5 and 7+8 - does any one know if the CE500 switches only do POE over the data pairs (1+2 and 3+6) or have I got a non-802.3af compliant splitter?
Thanks for the reply! I had seen both of these pages in my searches. It appears that most "802.3af" splitters (that I have found) do not support the pairs 1+2 and 3+6 pairs for POE - they focus on the unused pairs for POE detection, negotiation and delivery.
Has anyone used/know of a POE splitter that works specificly with the CE500 switches?
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