The Cisco salesperson recommended to us to purchase Catalyst 4000s so we could power Access Points and phones from the switch, so we paid the extra money for CAT4000s and modules that supported inline power.
Now when we try to power an access point, we get the error:
PORT_NOPOWERAVAIL:Device on port 2/13 will remain unpowered, denied power because there is not enough power.
We're only powering one device!?
Notice these outputs:
MKT_4000 (enable) show port inlinepower 2/13
Configured Default Inline Power allocation per port: 15.400 Watts (0.30 Amps @51V)
Total inline power drawn by module 2: 0.000 Watts ( 0.000 Amps @51V)
Port InlinePowered PowerAllocated Device IEEE class DiscoverMode
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