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Poe 3560

Poe 3560

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When I have a power outage. The power comes back on then switchports that have devices in use do not work. I can change the port that it is connected to and it works. After about 10 mins I can plug the device back into the port that did not work and it will be working again. Is this something to do with error disable. Is there a config to the interface so that this won't happen.

RE: Poe 3560

Hi,
Do all ports stop working or just ports that supply POE to devices (Phones, AP's)? If it is POE supplied ports - How many devices are using POE?

RE: Poe 3560

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Just ports with the Phones

RE: Poe 3560

Hi,
I assume the phones are POE. It sounds like there isn't enough power to power up all of the phones at once. Cisco has a power calculator that will let you know if you are overloading your switch. Cisco Calculator

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