show inline-power info ports

show inline-power info {detail} ports port_list

Description

Displays inline power information for the specified ports.

Syntax Description

port_list Specifies one or more ports.

Default

N/A.

Usage Guidelines

Note

Note

Ports in the denied or faulted state periodically display the searching state as the hardware retests the PD state.

You can use this command to generate a summary report or a detailed report.

Summary output displays the following inline power information for the specified ports:
  • State—Displays the port power state:
    • Disabled.

    • Searching.

    • Delivering.

    • Faulted.

    • Disconnected.

    • Other.

    • Denied.

  • PD‘s power class—Displays the class type of the connected PD:
    • “-----”: disabled or searching.

    • “class0”: class 0 device.

    • “class1”: class 1 device.

    • “class2”: class 2 device.

    • “class3”: class 3 device.

    • “class4”: class 4 device.

  • Volts—Displays the measured voltage. A value from 0 to 2 is valid for ports that are in a searching state.

  • Curr—Displays the measured current, in milliamperes, drawn by the PD.

  • Power—Displays the measured power, in watts, supplied to the PD.

  • Fault—Displays the fault value:
    • None.

    • UV/OV fault.

    • UV/OV spike.

    • Over current.

    • Overload.

    • Undefined.

    • Underload.

    • HW fault.

    • Discovery resistance fail.

    • Operator limit violation.

    • Disconnect.

    • Discovery resistance, A2D failure.

    • Classify, A2D failure.

    • Sample, A2D failure.

    • Device fault, A2D failure.

    • Force on error.

The detail command lists all inline power information for the selected ports.

Detail output displays the following information:
  • Configured Admin State—Displays the port‘s configured state; Enabled or Disabled.

  • Inline Power State—Displays the port power state.

  • MIB Detect Status—Displays the port state as reported by SNMP; valid values are as follows:
    • disabled

    • searching

    • delivering

    • fault

    • test

    • otherFault

    • denyLowPriority

  • Label—Displays the port‘s configured label.

  • Operator Limit—Displays the port‘s configured operator limit value.

  • PD Class—Displays the class type of connected PD:

  • Max Allowed Power—Displays the amount of maximum allowed power for a device of this class.

  • Measured Power—Displays the measured power, in watts, supplied to the PD.

  • Line Voltage—Displays the measured voltage. A value from 0 to 2 is valid for ports in a searching state.

  • Current—Displays the measured current, in milliamperes, drawn by the PD.

  • Fault Status—Displays the fault value.

  • Detailed Status

Example

The following command displays summary inline power information for ports 1 to 3 on slot 3 on a modular switch:

show inline-power info ports 3:1-3

Following is sample output from this command:

Port  State         Class      Volts   Curr    Power     Fault
(mA)   (Watts)
3:1   delivering    class3     48.3    192      9.300    None
3:2   delivering    class3     48.3    192      9.300    None
3:3   searching     ------      0.0      0      0.0      None

The following command displays detail inline power information for port 1 on slot 3:

show inline-power info detail port 3:1

Following is sample output from this command:

Port 3:1
Configured Admin State: enabled
Inline Power State    : delivering
MIB Detect Status     : delivering
Label                 :
Operator Limit        : 16800 milliwatts
PD Class              : class3
Max Allowed Power     : 15.400 W
Measured Power        : 9.400 W
Line Voltage          : 48.3 Volts
Current               : 193 mA
Fault Status          : None
Detailed Status       :

The following command displays detail inline power information for port 3:

show inline-power info detail ports

Following is sample output from this command:

Port 3
Configured Admin State: enabled
Inline Power State    : delivering
MIB Detect Status     : delivering
Label                 :
Operator Limit        : 30000 milliwatts
PD Class              : class4
Max Allowed Power     : 30.0 W
Measured Power        : 28.400 W
Line Voltage          : 54.3 Volts
Current               : 523 mA
Fault Status          : None
Detailed Status       : Delivering power to IEEE PD
Priority              : low
The Detailed Status field, when available, will be one of the following strings for PoE+.
Delivering power to IEEE PD
Delivering power to Pre-standard PD
Fault - Maintain Power Signature (MPS) absent
Fault - Short
Fault - Overload
Fault - Thermal shutdown
Fault - Startup failure
Fault - Classification failure

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on the PoE devices listed in Extreme Networks PoE Devices.