Sending power over the ethernet cable on devices compliant for the IEEE802.3af or IEEE802.3at standards.

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TP-Link as AP using WAN Port (POE)

I have a TP-Link AP (TL-WR743ND). I need to make it act as AP but be powered from a single POE cable. The issue is that, to set it up as AP you need to use one of the LAN Ports instead. Which LAN ...
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POE switch to AP no power

I have a POE TP-Link Switch (TL-SG1008P) and Im trying to power on on a TP-Link AP (TL-WR743ND) through CAT6 Cabling. Ive tried to connect switch and AP direct (no patch panel or modules) and still no ...
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why the router is not saving the configuration?

When I turn off my EdgeRouter PoE and then turn it on, I am not able to access the router through its static IP 172.16.x.x and even through the default IP 192.168.1.1 Every time I need to reset it ...
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Do Cat5e Or Cat6? [duplicate]

I recently purchased a pretty-sweet security system. And, Wow! I paid lots of money for it! However, the cables that were provided (Cat5e Ethernet) are of poor quality --too short and not weather ...
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Which TIA/EIA-568 terminations I need to plug an AP with PoE to a switch?

I have understood that I have to use the same termination (wheter it is 568A or 568B) in the cable when it is intended to plug a PTE device such as a PC, printer, etc. to a PCE device such as a router ...
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Do I need any special device to use an AP over POE with a home router?

I am setting up a small network for my office, I have a ZTE F660 router which is provided by my ISP and I am considering buying a couple of LINKSYS LAPAC1200 with POE access points. My question is, do ...
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USB-Ethernet Adaptors and Power over Ethernet (PoE)

I have a LeMaker HiKey and I'm having trouble getting the network running in a preferred configuration. The HiKey is an inexpensive ARM64 development board running Linaro. Linaro is a lot like Debian ...
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802.3af PoE injector difference in Gigabit vs 10/100?

I have an EnGenius EAP350 Access Point that supports 802.3af PoE. After digging through the specs sheets online, I believe that the AP requires 48V@.375A when using POE. Currently I have the AP ...
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PoE: Can I use the TL-POE150S injector with the Unifi AP?

My PoE (Power over Ethernet) injector is a TP-Link TL-POE150S that, according to the specifications, is supposed to perform auto-sensing for the needed power of the remote powered device at 15.4W ...
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Does anyone know the name of this component?

I think what this does is give power to the Ethernet cable that is attached to the satellite above the house.
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PoE injector to power wifi IP camera

Can I use a PoE injector to power an IP camera where routing an ethernet cable would be more convenient due to cable length, but use the IP camera's wifi as the physical layer for data...? I would ...
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Outdoor Engenius ENH500 keeps dying, but PoE injector good, bad CAT5 wiring?

We have 2 Engenius EHN500s mounted on the outside of a building, there are no lights or electrical outlets nearby. We also have 2 Engenius Wireless APs mounted on poles outdoors also. The Engenius ...
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PoE device ~180m from data source

I work installing bespoke comm's equipment as part of my role. The "typical" setup involves a PoE wireless access point, fed by an ethernet cable coming from bespoke PoE hardware to interface with the ...
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MacBook Pro Power over Ethernet support?

I've got recently a Cisco IP telephone. I've an MBP (15", Late 2011): Is there any way to enable PoE to test my phone? Or do I have to buy an extra PoE injector just for this purpose? Thanks in ...
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Gateway set to unexpected PoE interface in ADSL modem

This issue came up during a routine check on my router/modem settings. Details follow. I use a TP-Link TD-W8901N ADSL modem (specs here) facing the internet. The modem manages a 192.168.1.x subnet, ...
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How to restrict access to Ethernet ports outside of physical permiter

I have several PoE IP webcams installed on my house. Each mounting point has only one wire going to it: the Cat6 with 8P8C plug at the end, which both powers and communicates with the camera. I ...
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Power over Ethernet device not powering up but computers can use same outlet for data

We have an office where a Power over Ethernet device cannot power up; however, if a computer is plugged into the same outlet, it has no trouble using it for data transfer (100 Mbps). In fact, we have ...
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Power-over-ethernet to non-PoE device [duplicate]

While I can find lots of information about PoE, I'm finding little about "gotchas" or "warnings". That being said, what would happen if I configured a switch to give PoE then plugged that into a ...
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Daisy chaining PoE switches for IP security camera system

I have a fairly large (for me) security camera system to install and the cost of cabling is keeping this project cost prohibitive. I'll outline what I'd like to do, and welcome comments on the ...
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Can I do Ethernet over Power for [closed]

I have a 1000-yard 220 volt electrical line (AC) that runs from my house to a water pump. I want to install a microcontroller (Arduino or R.Pi) to read a digital thermometer and send the information ...
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Does a wireless access point with PoE ports exist? [closed]

I'm currently making my own, because I have yet to find a company that makes an access point with PoE ports. I have seen several APs that are powered by PoE, but they don't pass 48V to their ethernet ...
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Networking a POE VOIP phone and a non-POE router with one Ethernet port [closed]

I'm wiring up an office with one available Ethernet wall jack. The jack currently services a VOIP phone that is powered over the Ethernet cord and has no normal plug. I need to set up a small network ...
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Is it harmful to plug a POE energized data source into non-POE NIC card?

Some of our wired ethernet data connections are energized with Power Over Ethernet at 48 volts. But not all of our devices utilize POE. Is it harmful to plug a device into POE when the device's NIC ...
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Can i carry power through ethernet cable

I am thinking of using CAT6 cable to send video and power to CCTV cameras. I know that CAT6 cable can carry the video signal, but I want to know if I can also pass the power to cameras via one pair of ...
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Voltage range of a PoE Plus switch

I have a WiFi module until now I supplied through a PoE injector. According to the documentation the WiFi module voltage requirement is the following: 12V Passive PoE (accept up to 22V). I also have ...
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Can I connect a PC to a PoE switch?

I have a switch with Power over Ethernet capabilities. Is it allowed to connect a PC to a PoE switch?
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Can Power Over Ethernet be daisy chained?

I am planning a wireless network that will involve a wireless radio modem that must be mounted pretty far from my house on a post (Needs line of sight to work) and then getting the signal back over to ...
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Wireless Access Point with POE capability [closed]

Im looking for a decent Wireless Access Point, specifically POE which is small and suitable for used within a residential environment. Quite a few on the market wouldn't look out of place in an ...
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Consumer power over Ethernet [closed]

Power over Ethernet has been around for years now, and is used in business and industrial settings, but I haven’t seen any good consumer PoE devices. Am I not looking in the right places, or are PoE ...