Power Over Ethernet
PoE Port Configuration
Power Limit Type
Modifying Port PoE Settings
To change PoE settings for a port, select the checkbox associated with it and click Edit. To configure the same
settings for all PoE-enabled ports, click Edit All.
Click Apply to save any changes for the current boot session. The changes take effect immediately.
The type of power limiting used for the port. Possible values are:
• Class—The device class determines the power limit. The switch learns the class of the
device through the receipt of LLDP messages. This is the default selection.
• User—The power limit is user-defined, overriding the LLDP information.
When set to User, the specified power limit also displays next to this value. When High
Power Mode is enabled, the maximum value is 30W. When High Power Mode is disabled,
the maximum value is 15.4W. (The Power Limit field is available on the Edit PoE Port
The status of the port as a provider of power over Ethernet. Such devices are referred to as
power-sourcing equipment (PSE). Possible values are:
• Disabled—The PSE is disabled.
• Delivering Power—The PSE is delivering power.
• Fault—The PSE has experienced a fault condition.
• Test—The PSE is in test mode.
• Other Fault—The PSE has experienced a variable error condition.
• Searching—The PSE is transitioning between states.
• Requesting Power—The PSE is currently not able to deliver power because power is
unavailable to the port.
The fault status, if a fault occurred. Possible values are:
• Power Denied