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142 Points

Fri, Jan 17, 2020 8:37 PM

R720 802.3bt support

I have read conflicting information (datasheets) on whether or not R720 supports 802.3bt.  Can someone verify if R720 indeed supports 802.3bt?

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2.7K Points

9 months ago

Hi CVCCSI,

Below are the Max power drawn by AP R720 and its operating characteristics.


Below is the ICX Switch allocated power for R720



Below is the POE Support for different Model APs.


Hope it helps!!!

Regards,
Abilash PR.

 

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142 Points

9 months ago

Hi Abi,

Thanks for the info.  I went over that information already.

Below are two links that has R720 with 802.3bt support along with PoH/UPoE, Injector and 48VDC for full power.

https://docs.arris.com/bundle/ap-110.0-indooruserguide/page/GUID-8E8F8B00-6F53-41CA-89CA-6BD1EAC001F0.html

https://www.dellemc.com/resources/en-us/asset/data-sheets/products/networking/Dell_EMC_Networking_Ruckus_Spec_Sheet_R720.pdf

Thanks.

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2.7K Points

9 months ago

Hi CVCCSI,

R720 require 33.5W, if I have a 802.3bt poe capable switch I would manually set the power limit in this case. Is there anything in particular that you are looking ?

Regards,
Abilash PR.




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142 Points

9 months ago

So manually set POE to 802.3at+ on r720 will get me the 33.5w needed to run at full power with a 802.3bt POE switch?

246 Messages

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4.2K Points

Hi CVCCSI,

Yes, that is correct. Use the below command if you want to set\check the power mode on the AP CLI.

rkscli: set power-mode at+
rkscli: get power-mode

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142 Points

Thanks for the reply. 

Another issue to verify. 802.3bt comes either as Type 3 or 4, do I need to get type 4 since I've read that R720 only uses 2 twisted pairs for power and type 3 only supports 30W for two twisted pair while type 4 supports more?

Thanks again.