Hi all. The Cisco docs continue to say "33.6W" dedicated power budget. I'm new to PoE but what this cdoesn't answer is whether you can get all 33W on e asingle port if you wanted to, or is this an even split of about 8.xW per port. I'd like to hook up an AP541N for example, which has a max draw of 9.9W, Therefore a single port on the SG100D-08P needs to support that much.
I'm sure PoE is designed to faciliate an uneven per-port allocation else you'd be stuck with only one type of device on all ports of a given switch, but I want o confirm if I can. Thank you!
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