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Cisco 3560G PoE remote power on/off

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Testing environment so I don't need the switch to run 24-7. Maybe 2 hours in the am and 4 hours in the pm. Is the switch "WOL"able?

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Don't know that switch itself can be WOL. 3560 have support for Magic packets, but switch itself can't be put to sleep and wake up on LAN as much as I know. For turn on and off devices that use POE you can use EEM and to shut and no shut ports, if that is your intention.
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Thanks. Used the WOL loosely. I only need it on when testing and its a hike from the 2nd floor to the basement just to turn on and off.  Another suggestion was to buy a IP based power strip. Or whatever they are called.  tks
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