I have a mixture of network switches: 3560's, 3550's and 3524's. I know that the 3560 supports 802.3af and is considered PoE. The 3550's provide 15.4 w per port. I do not have any nor can find any documentation on the ws-3524. And the 3524's are labeled inline power and not PoE which could have resulted from a timing issue whereas the 3524's were named and released before PoE standards were established. Is the main differences in the 3524's and newer PoE switches the amount of wattage?
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