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POE Option on 880 Series

Hi all,

Does anyone know if the two listed POE switch ports on the 880 series routers are active out of the box (default) or is configuration or extra parts required as internet pictures appear to show what looks like a power connector new to the POE ports?

Cheers Louise

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VIP Purple

POE Option on 880 Series

CISCO881W and C881W Comparison

Model

Fan Configuration

Power over Ethernet (PoE) Configuration

Memory Configuration

Antenna Configuration

CISCO881W

One fan

2-port PoE support, through separate PoE power adaptor

Field-upgradable option

Default: 256 MB

Maximum: 768 MB

External

C881W

Fanless

2-port PoE support; no separate PoE adaptor needed

Factory option only

Default: 512 MB

Maximum: 1024MB

Embedded

may be this the answer of you question ?

Regards

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New Member

POE Option on 880 Series

Thanks Sandeep for your reply but unfortunately not, the units I'm looking at are 888-K9. The spec does say factory option POE but the routers have power plug next to the switch FE" 0 and 1" ports so it appears to me an external power supply will be required but the documentation seems to contradict that hence the reason for my question. Has anyone got a POE device running of a 888-K9 router?

Louise

VIP Purple

POE Option on 880 Series

Router desc:

  • Four 10/100 Mbps fast Ethernet managed switch ports with optional Power over Ethernet (PoE) on two switch ports .

this is wahat i can see on cisco website.

Regards

New Member

POE Option on 880 Series

Ya I've seen that too, it's all very vague. I'm thinking that either an external PSU is required as POE is normally 48v and the router is powered by a 12v external PSU or the power connector is for a second POE device so as to make all 4 switch ports POE.

Louise

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: POE Option on 880 Series

If you want to power up to four ports 15.4 PoE then it would have to be the 890 with a PoE daughter module and a separate power brick.

Router#sh pow inline

PowerSupply   SlotNum.   Maximum   Allocated       Status

-----------   --------   -------   ---------       ------

EXT-PS           0        80.000     0.000          PS GOOD

Interface   Config   Device   Powered    PowerAllocated

---------   ------   ------   -------    --------------

Fa0         auto     Unknown  Off        0.000 Watts

Fa1         auto     Unknown  Off        0.000 Watts

Fa2         auto     Unknown  Off        0.000 Watts

Fa3         auto     Unknown  Off        0.000 Watts

Router#sh inv

NAME: "891", DESCR: "891 chassis, Hw Serial#: FHK150277V6, Hw Revision: 1.0"

PID: CISCO891W-AGN-N-K9, VID: V01, SN: FHK1502BANG

NAME: "ESW Power Daughter Card", DESCR: "4-Port ESW Power Daughter Card"

PID: 800-IL-PM-4       , VID: V01 , SN: FOC1436BLAH

New Member

POE Option on 880 Series

Thanks, but does that mean the 2 factory options ports (FE 0 &1) on the 888-K9 are already powered or also need an external power supply?

Louise

Hall of Fame Super Gold

POE Option on 880 Series

Not sure about the 888 as I haven't used it.  However, in a majority of cases, you still need a PoE daughter card and a PoE power brick if the PoE option is ordered separately.

New Member

POE Option on 880 Series

Cheers, it's just not very clear what is required. I guess I'll just order and play.

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