Power over Ethernet Commands
The commands in this group control the power that can be delivered to attached
PoE devices through RJ-45 ports 1-24.
The switch's power management enables total switch power and individual port
power to be controlled within a configured power budget. Port power can be
automatically turned on and off for connected devices, and a per-port power
priority can be set so that the switch never exceeds its allocated power budget.
When a device is connected to a switch port, its power requirements are detected
by the switch before power is supplied. If the power required by a device exceeds
the power budget of the port or the whole switch, power is not supplied.
Table 68: PoE Commands
power inline compatible
Provides power to pre-standard PoE devices
Turns power on and off for specific ports
power inline maximum
Sets the maximum power available to specific switch ports
power inline priority
Sets the priority for power supplied to specific ports
power inline time-range
Binds a time-range to a port during which PoE is supplied
show power inline status
Displays the current status of power management on specific
ports or all ports
show power inline
Shows the time-range and current status for specific ports or
for all ports
show power poe
Displays the current status of power management for switch PE
This command allows the switch to detect and provide power to powered devices
that were designed prior to the IEEE 802.3af PoE standard. Use the no form to
disable this feature.
[no] power inline compatible
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