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Cisco SG300-52P will not power a Wireless Access Point

Hi,

 

I have a customer who has an 802.3 af-compliant PoE Access Point made by IP Access which powers up correctly when connected to a PoE injector, Netgear desktop PoE switch, and their old SF300 PoE switch, however when we connect to the new SG300-52P it will not boot. 

I have disabled all green ethernet settings, but it satill won't boot. When I run the command stating show power inline I can see 30w per port is allowed however I can see a fault on the port. I know the access point and cable are working as I've used them to connect to the other devices, is there a setting I'm missing on the switch to allow PoE to be allocated?

 

Cheers

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Cisco Employee

Hello,What is the brand of

Hello,

What is the brand of your Access Point?

Regards,

Chris

Community Member

Hi, It's a ip.access' nanoBTS

Hi,

 

It's a ip.access' nanoBTS GSM Picocell.

 

Cheers

Cisco Employee

Hello,What is the version of

Hello,

What is the version of the SF300 and the SG300? Are they both running the same load?

Regards,

Chris

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