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Does the legacy ES-3000-PWR-10-XWW wired switch support 802.3af and can it provide 802.3af power to an AP7522?

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TitleDoes the legacy ES-3000-PWR-10-XWW wired switch support 802.3af and can it provide 802.3af power to an AP7522?
Question
Can ES-3000-PWR-10-WW legacy wired switch power up AP7522 using 802.3af?
Environment
  • AP-7522
  • AP7522
  • ES3000
  • ES-3000
  • ES-3000-PWR-10-WW
Answer
The ES3000 is 802.3af complaint and can power up the AP7522, which supports 802.3af. The ES-3000-PWR-10-WW has 24 IEEE 802.3af complaint port. The maximum power budget on the ES-3000-PWR-10-WW is 170 watts, which limits the total amount of power going out of all the ports. Please ensure that maximum power budget is not exceeded. 

The AP-7522 is 802.3af compliant, as well as other Extreme Networks Access Points (please review specification sheets for each Extreme Networks Access Point, which documents if AP supports 802.3af and/or 802.3AT. 
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