Displays inline power status information for the specified PoE switch.
|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.|
The output varies depending on the PoE device you are using.
For additional information on inline power parameters, see the show power budget command.
The following command displays inline power status for the switch:
# show inline-power Inline Power System Information Configured : Enabled Power Usage Threshold : 70 percent Firmware Status Power (Watts) Power (Watts) Legacy Operational 405 W 0 W Disabled
# show inline-power fast State Enable Disconnect Last Fast Boot Status ----- -------- --------------- ------------------------- HW Disabled Deny-port Disabled Cfg Disabled Deny-port State: (HW) Hardware state per-slot, (Cfg) Configured state per-slot. Fast Boot Status: Succeeded - Fast PoE boot succeeded and configuration matches. Disabled - Fast PoE was disabled in hardware at boot time. Mismatch - Fast PoE booted but the configuration in hardware did not match the configuration file. Failed - Fast PoE boot failed and PoE was reset.
# show inline-power perpetual Perpetual POE is Enabled
The following example displays power budget information (line 7):
# show inline-power Inline Power System Information Configured : Enabled Power Usage Threshold : 70 percent Disconnect Precedence : deny-port Power Budget : Maximum Budgeted Measured Firmware Status Power (Watts) Power (Watts) Operational 490 W 5 W
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.1.
The fast and perpetual PoE options were added in ExtremeXOS 30.3.
This command is available on the switches listed in Extreme Networks PoE Devices.