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poe on a cisco/linksys slm224p

I posted this on whirlpool but was just chasing some confirmation.

I am looking at the above hardware and I want to power 11 Cisco SLM2005 5 Port switches. The documentation says that it can supply 12 POE ports at 7.5w, now the question is is 7.5w enough to power a SLM2005?

I have looked through cisco's website and it doesn't state the power requirements. The closest information I get is from the User Guide which states that it supports IEEE 802.3af but that allows 1-12w.

Does anyone have any experience in setting up the SLM224P and using POE.

Cheers
Dale

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Hi Dale,

I plugged an SLM2005 into an SGE2010P. It showed a draw of 3100-3300 miliwatts. This fits within class 1, 0.44 - 3.84 watts. 11*3.84=42.24. The SLM224P will meet your needs. The left half of this switch is PSE as indicated on page seven of the Admin Guide.

Hope this helps,

Christopher

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Hi Dale,

I plugged an SLM2005 into an SGE2010P. It showed a draw of 3100-3300 miliwatts. This fits within class 1, 0.44 - 3.84 watts. 11*3.84=42.24. The SLM224P will meet your needs. The left half of this switch is PSE as indicated on page seven of the Admin Guide.

Hope this helps,

Christopher

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Thanks very much for your response.

Nothing beats being able to get the equipment, plug it and test it.