Recently had a customer trying to power RB951G-2Ghnd using POE from a Dlink DGS-1008P which is a POE switch with 802.3af/at but the unit could not power at all ..
has any one had this issue..
Hey not According to their product sheet, Power Over Ethernet (PoE)
The first four ports of the switch support the IEEE 802.3af PoE and 802.3at PoE+
standards. Each of these four ports can supply up to 30 W for a total PoE budget
of 68 W, allowing users to attach multiple IEEE 802.3af/at compliant devices to the
switch. Use PoE for applications that are far from power outlets, or to minimize the
clutter of extra cables. When an end-device is not PoE-compatible, the D-Link
DPE-301GS PoE Splitter may be used to split DC power from the data signal at the