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C9300 Power Budget

Christian P
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Hi

I have a question for the community.

On the C9300 Datasheet, it is said that on a C9300-48P equiped with PWR-C1-715WAC-P, the POE Budget is 437W.

When we check the power (show power inline or show stack-power budget), it isn't clear that we only have "only" 437W available. However it is clearly specified that we have 685W available (minus the 30W for the switch).... 

So, questions:

Which number is correct?

What is the real POE budget on a switch? 

If the datasheet is correct, what is the command to get the reall power budget? or do we have to export print outs to do the excel math??

 

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balaji.bandi
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you get max PoE budget 437W - that is correct (278 around reserverd Switch to Operate - if you load fully populated - you see more information) if the switch just booted nothing connected what you see information correct. (but budget max of 437W)

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balaji.bandi
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you get max PoE budget 437W - that is correct (278 around reserverd Switch to Operate - if you load fully populated - you see more information) if the switch just booted nothing connected what you see information correct. (but budget max of 437W)

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