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R750 Power Needs (Not enough power message)

New Contributor III

Hey Everyone,

Per the R750 PoE+ power spec I shouldn't be seeing this issue either. I have heard others say they are using a 60W PoE injector. 

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Cudy 30W Gigabit PoE+ Injector Adapter, IEEE 802.3 at and IEEE 802.3 af Compliant, up to 100 Meters (328 Feet), 10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45, POE150

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New Contributor III

Apparently, your PoE adapter is not able to supply the required +25W. Happens more frequently, than you would like to know. 

So the Cudy is not very high quality or the specs are more needy than they say, or a firmware issue as some stated the earlier releases didn’t have this issue. 

seems like more in Ruckus side if I had to guess based on all the feedback in TCH link. 


Follow your guts. The poor PoE specs is my personal experience. Maybe your customer has a PoE or a PoE switchport you can borrow ? Just to eliminate this as an error source ? Otherwise maybe downgrade to 200.8 ?