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how to enable POE on a new cisco 887va-k9 ?

Hi Guys,

 

I have a new cisco 887va-k9 with two port of the four with a POE connection. The question only is, how do I turn those?

there is no seperate power supply at the back as the old versions.

Thanks for advice.

 

Gr Daniel

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Hello Daniel,Thank you for

Hello Daniel,

Thank you for visiting the Cisco Support Community!

Here is a link describing how to enable, disable, and configure POE on the Integrated Service Routers. 

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LP

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Hi LP, thanks for your anwser

Hi LP,

 

thanks for your anwser, but the link what you send was for a 867 with 60w power supply. The strange thing is that the 887 has no extra power supply but the rear says it has 2 POE ports.

Daniel

Strange! My 887VA-M has a

Strange! My 887VA-M has a small 48VDC - 1.67A PoE conector port just right to the (blue) console port. And thus, left to the 12 VDC - 5 A power adapter conector.

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I have a new cisco 887va-k9

I have a new cisco 887va-k9 with two port of the four with a POE connection.

Post the complete output to the command "sh inventory raw".  If the router was purchased as a PoE "bundle" there should be a PoE daughter board.  If it wasn't then someone will need to purchase the 800-IL-PM-2 daughter board.  Be aware that with the daughter board it will only power up 2 of the 4 port at the back.  This is by design.

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