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I have a 3750X POE switch and I am just wondering how I can find out the total POE power that my switch supports.

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The command is "show power inline"
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it says 847 watts available. That is my total watts for my POE correct?
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how I can find out the total POE power that my switch supports.

Do you mean per port or for the entire switch?

POE power available is dependent on the model of switch and how many power supplies are installed.

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There is nothing connected to the switch. So it says 847 watts available and 847 watts remaining.
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Yes, it is 847watt currently.
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