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Objective

Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) provides power to devices over existing LAN cabling without updating or modifying the network infrastructure. This document describes how to define PoE Settings on ESW500 series switches.

Applicable Devices
ESW500 Series Switches

Step-by-Step Procedure
Define PoE settings:
Step 1. Using Switch Configuration Utility, choose VLAN & Port Settings > Port Management > PoE Settings. The PoE Settings Page opens.

The PoE Settings Page displays the currently configured PoE ports and contains the following information: Total PoE Power Consumption (W) Displays the total amount of power consumed by PoE ports. Total PoE Power Available (W) Displays the total amount of power available to PoE ports. Port Displays the selected port number. Admin Status Indicates whether PoE is enabled or disabled on the port. The possible values are Enable and Disable. Priority Indicates the PoE port priority. The possible values are: Critical, High and Low. The default is Low. Power Allocation (mW) Indicates the amount of power in milliwatts allocated to the port. The range is 0 - 15,400. Power Consumption (mW) Indicates the amount of power in milliwatts assigned to the powered device connected to the selected interface. Devices are classified by the powered device and the classification information used. Step 2. Click Edit. The Edit PoE Settings Page opens:

The Edit PoE Settings Page contains the following fields: Port Indicates the specific interface for which PoE parameters are defined and assigned to the powered interface connected to the selected port. Enable PoE Enables or disables PoE on the port. The possible values are Checked and Unchecked. Power Priority Level Determines the port priority if the power supply is low. The default is low. The possible values are Low, High and Critical. Power Allocation Indicates the power in milliwatts allocated to the port. The range is 0 15,400. Power Consumption Indicates the amount of power in milliwatts assigned to the powered device connected to the selected interface. The possible values are: 440 to 12950 (Powered device Class 0) Indicates that the port is assigned to a power consumption level of 0.44 to 12.95 watts. This is the default. 440 to 3840 (Powered device Class 1) Indicates that the port is assigned to a power consumption level of 0.44 to 3.84 watts. 3840 to 6490 (Powered device Class 2) Indicates that the port is assigned to a power consumption level of 3.84 to 6.49 watts. 6490 to 12950 (Powered device Class 3) Indicates that the port is assigned to a power consumption level of 6.49 to 12.95 watts. Overload Counter Indicates the total power overload occurrences. Short Counter Indicates the total power shortage occurrences. Denied Counter Indicates the times the power device was denied power. Absent Counter Indicates the times the power supply was stopped to the powered device because the powered device was no longer detected. Invalid Signature Counter Indicates the times an invalid signature was received. Signatures are the means by which the powered device identifies itself to the PSE. Signatures are generated during powered device detection, classification, or maintenance. Step 3. Enter relevant field data. Step 4. Click Apply.The PoE Settings are defined, and the device is updated.