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AP4800 POE Status showing Medium power (25.5 WATT)

Hi , I was more concerned feature and functional AP is disable ?

 

access switch and AP show 29.9watts negotiated.

 

WLC5520 version 8.8.100.0

 

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Re: AP4800 POE Status showing Medium power (25.5 WATT)

It need 30-31watt to work with full functionality.

 

you can use these to power it on with full power:

 

●  802.3at PoE+, Cisco Universal Power over Ethernet (Cisco UPOE ®)
●  802.3at power injector (AIR-PWRINJ6=)
●  50W power supply (AIR-PWR-50=)

 

Paste the out form swicth:

 

show power inline

 

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Re: AP4800 POE Status showing Medium power (25.5 WATT)

More info:

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/technotes/8-7/b_cisco_aiironet_series_4800_acces_point_deployment_guide.html

 

The AP-4800 supports a local DC power supply Cisco Part Number AIR-PWR-50 and will draw 28.7W

When using a Power over Ethernet (PoE) source, for best performance an 802.3bt / universal (uPoE) source is best. Any switch supporting Multigigbit (mGig) should be able to supply uPoE over 32W.

 

The AP-4800 will not function using older 802.3af (15.4W) PoE systems, but will function in a slightly reduced mode (USB power off and limiting the aux port and reducing mGig to GbE rates. This is a very powerful Access Point, we are looking to optimize all features at 30W in a later release, however that has not been committed as of 8.7.

 

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Re: AP4800 POE Status showing Medium power (25.5 WATT)

The higher MCS rates will be disabled if running <39.0w PoE.
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