I currently use a HeX PoE and have it powering a HAP AC3 from port 5. It takes 24V and runs the HAP fine with the port set to "forced on".
I am working on migrating to a RB5009 and noticed that it only outputs over PoE what it receives, so in this case 48V from the provided AC adapter. The PoE port would report "voltage too high" on the interface with the HAP connected.
I got a RBPOE-CON-HP PoE which is supposed to convert the 48V to 24V, which should make the HAP AC3 happy, but it doesn't seem to come up. Even sent to 'forced on' the interface just flaps, and eventually doesn't come up at all. I was afraid it might have fried it, but failing back and connecting everything to the HeX PoE and it was fine again.
Any advice on how to power the HAPAC^3 from the RB5009?
Do I need to just use a separate injector and ignore the rb5009 poe-out?