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CLI command for POE to power up the IAP-135?

Currently, I am doing a setup with a Aruba A620 controller and a IAP-135.

 

The PoE port of the controller is connected to the ENET0 port of IAP-135.

However, the controller did not power up the IAP-135.

What is the CLI command to power up?

 

Please advise.

 

Re: CLI command for POE to power up the IAP-135?

1.only the 4 ports at the bottom got poe support.

 

http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Unified-Wired-Wireless-Access/620-maximum-PoE-ports/td-p/30718

 

2.When (and if) you "factory defaulted", did you use "write erase all" or just "write erase"?  The "write erase all" command erases the licenses.  There is a license on all 6xx series controllers that enables PoE.  If you deleted this, you will need to call support and get it re-enabled (or import the previous licenses that you backed up before you erased them).

 

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Super Contributor I

Re: CLI command for POE to power up the IAP-135?

show license to see if you have Poe license loaded?


 

Normal Guy

Re: CLI command for POE to power up the IAP-135?

yep,after enable
just show lic

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Occasional Contributor II

Re: CLI command for POE to power up the IAP-135?

Thanks kdisc98,

 

I unintentionally write erase all (removed all licences).

 

I have already resolved this issue. Thanks

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