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Dell 3448P no Poe

Posted on 2012-03-12
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Have a dell 3448P, a few vlans configured on it but besides that nothing else seems out of the norm, i plug a POE phone into it and nothing, i dont' get power on any port.  other than that it works fine.  Is there a way to disable POE on these?
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by:Adam Brown
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Usually you have to turn on PoE on the ports you want it on in the Switch web console if you want power on the port (Dells have kind of a crappy CLI, so use the web console to configure it). I don't have a Dell Switch to work on so I can't give you instructions at the moment.
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Just checked a little and PoE isn't enabled by default on those switches, so you'll need to enable it and it's done on a port by port basis.
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gotcha, that makes sense....thanks for the confirmation
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