Display System PoE Status

Display the PoE status for the switch.
show inline-power [fast | perpetual]

The command provides status for the following areas:

  • Configured inline power status—The status of the inline power for the switch: enabled or disabled.
  • System power surplus—The surplus amount of power on the system, in watts, available for budgeting.
  • Redundant power surplus—The amount of power on the system, in watts, available for budgeting if one power supply is lost.
  • System power usage threshold—The configured power usage threshold for each slot, shown as a percentage of budgeted power. After this threshold has been passed on any slot, the system sends an SNMP event and logs a message.
  • Disconnect precedence—The method of denying power to PDs if the budgeted power on any slot is exceeded.
  • Legacy mode—The status of the legacy mode, which allows detection of non-standard PDs.

The output indicates the following inline power status information for each slot:

  • Inline power status—The status of inline power. The status conditions are:
  • Enabled
  • Disabled
  • Firmware status—The operational status of the slot. The status conditions are:
  • Operational
  • Not operational
  • Disabled
  • Subsystem failure
  • Card not present
  • Slot disabled
  • Budgeted power—The amount of inline power, in watts, that is reserved and available to the slot.
  • Measured power—The amount of power, in watts, that is currently being used by the slot.
PoE optimization options:
  • Fast—Specifies showing fast PoE power status, which is the ability to provide power to devices at the time of switch power on without waiting for boot up based on last saved PoE state.
  • Perpetual—Specifies showing perpetual PoE power status, which is the ability to preserve PoE power delivery to devices during reboot. Perpetual PoE is a switch-wide setting.