WAP321 POE not working W lan and inline POE adapter
I am installing a WAP321 that I'm having a tough time with getting LAN access to work. Does this device require a special cable when connecting directly to a non POE switch?
I can get the device to work with a seperate power adapter and connect to my local LAN with a normal patch cable.
I can get the device to work when I connect to POE when the device is connected to a downstream switch away from our main Cisco switch and using a inline POE.
I can get the device to work on a downstream cisco switch that has a POE port and just directly plug into it with a patch cable.
I can not get the device to work when using a inline POE and connecting directly to our company switch. I have tried this on several different switches with different cables and inline POE adapters. This has me baffeled.
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