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We just bought several POE ex4200 switches. I do not need to do any POE configuration on those switches for my VoIP phones. Correct?
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For EX Series switches that support PoE ports, the factory default configuration enables PoE on the PoE-capable ports, with default settings in effect. You might not have to do any additional configuration if the default settings work for you. Table 1 shows the configurable PoE options and their default settings for the PoE controller and for the PoE interfaces.
Source: http://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos14.1/topics/task/configuration/poe-cli.html

On link above you can find additional configuration commands, if default setup doesn't work for you.

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