PoE

You can inspect the current status for all PoE (Power over Ethernet) ports on this page.

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Object Description
PoE Status
Local Port This is the logical port number for this row.
PD Class Each PD is classified according to a class that defines the maximum power the PD will use. The PD Class shows the PDs class.

Five Classes are defined:

  • Class 0: Max. power 15.4 W
  • Class 1: Max. power 4.0 W
  • Class 2: Max. power 7.0 W
  • Class 3: Max. power 15.4 W
  • Class 4: Max. power 30.0 W
Power Requested The Power Requested shows the requested amount of power the PD wants to be reserved.
Power Allocated The Power Allocated shows the amount of power the switch has allocated for the PD.
Power Used The Power Used shows how much power the PD currently is using.
Current Used The Power Used shows how much current the PD currently is using.
Priority The Priority shows the port's priority configured by the user.
Port Status The Port Status shows the port's status. The status can be one of the following:
  • PoE not available - No PoE chip found - PoE not supported for the port.
  • PoE turned OFF - PoE disabled - PoE is disabled by user.
  • PoE turned OFF - Power budget exceeded - The total requested or used power by the PDs exceeds the maximum power the Power Supply can deliver, and port(s) with the lowest priority is/are powered down.
  • No PD detected - No PD detected for the port.
  • PoE turned OFF - PD overload - The PD has requested or used more power than the port can deliver, and is powered down.
  • PoE turned OFF - PD is off.
  • Invalid PD - PD detected, but is not working correctly.
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