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Thu, Aug 18, 2016 4:13 PM

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Confirmed working 802.3at switches for R710?

Are there any switches that are confirmed to "just work" maybe even out of box via default settings? It seems majority of posts on here are switches that don't work.

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710 Points

4 years ago

brocade :)- ...Really though anyone have a functioning implementation of 802.3at? I don't believe I ever got mine functioning properly with netgear switches.

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234 Points

4 years ago

Brocade ... is my call also............

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3.6K Points

4 years ago

pretty sure there is a fix in 9.13 regards PoE negotiation for 802.3at or something similar

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3.6K Points

4 years ago

that said i would be surprised if you will actually notice any performance difference in real world use.
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4 years ago

Check some of our current Knowledge Base Articles, which include details for Brocade and Juniper.

KBA-5002: Why only one port of the R710 is active after enabling LACP?
https://support.ruckuswireless.com/answers/000005002 

KBA-5570: Why does R710 come up as 802.3af on an 802.3at switch?
https://support.ruckuswireless.com/answers/000005570 

KBA-5867: Do we have a Link Aggregation guide for Junper EX switches and R710 model APs?
https://support.ruckuswireless.com/answers/000005867 

KBA-6007: Is there an interoperability guide between Brocade ICX switches and Ruckus R710 APs?
https://support.ruckuswireless.com/answers/000006007