Here's what Ruckus' description of the PoE behavior of the 7982:
The 7982 advertises itself as a Class 4 PoE device (as do other enterprise class 3-stream APs), which is compatible with 802.3af and 802.3at switches.
802.3af switches re-classify a device with this behavior as 802.3af Class 0 (15.4W), and the vast majority of 802.3at switches classify it as 802.3at Type 1 (15.4W).
This implementation is intentional as it maintains compatibility with both 802.3af and 802.3at switches, and allows the 7982 to support full 802.3at power (>15.4W with a future firmware upgrade to support LLDP, if required).
Seems to me it should work. I updated to 188.8.131.52 - no change.
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