Confirmed working 802.3at switches for R710?

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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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Brian Hoyt

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Posted 4 years ago

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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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Craig Burchfiel

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Brocade ... is my call also............
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Robert Lowe

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

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

KBA-5570: Why does R710 come up as 802.3af on an 802.3at switch? 

KBA-5867: Do we have a Link Aggregation guide for Junper EX switches and R710 model APs? 

KBA-6007: Is there an interoperability guide between Brocade ICX switches and Ruckus R710 APs?