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Fit AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display poe power-state

display poe power-state

Function

The display poe power-state command displays the PoE power supply status of a device.

Only the AP8082DN, AP8182DN, AP4050DN-E, AP4050DN-HD, AP7050DN-E, AD9431DN-24X, AD9430DN-24, and AD9430DN-12 support this command.

Format

display poe power-state [ slot slot-id | interface interface-type interface-number ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

slot slot-id

Displays the power supply status of interfaces supporting PoE in a specified slot.

The value is an integer, and the value is 0.

interface interface-type interface-number

Displays the PoE power supply status of a specified interface.
  • interface-type specifies the interface type.
  • interface-number specifies the interface number.

If this parameter is not specified, the PoE power supply status of all interfaces on the device is displayed.

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Views

All views

Default Level

2: Configuration level

Usage Guidelines

The display poe power-state command displays information including whether an interface is enabled to check compatibility of non-standard PDs, power supply status on of an interface, class of PDs on an interface, power supply priority, and maximum output power of an interface.

Example

# Display the PoE power supply status of GigabitEthernet 0/0/3.
<Huawei> display poe power-state interface gigabitethernet 0/0/3
 Port legacy detect           : disable
 Port power enabled           : enable
 Port power ON/OFF            : on
 Port power status            : Powered
 Port PD class                : 3
 Port reference power(mW)     : 15400
 Port power priority          : Low
 Port max power(mW)           : 15400
 Port current power(mW)       : 2794
 Port peak power(mW)          : 2794
 Port average power(mW)       : 2741
 Port current(mA)             : 52.73
 Port voltage(V)              : 53.00
Table 4-41  Description of the display poe power-state interface command output

Item

Description

Port legacy detect

Whether an interface is enabled to check compatibility of non-standard PDs.

Port power enabled

Whether PoE is enabled on an interface.

Port power ON/OFF

Whether the interface is powered on.
  • On: indicates that the interface is powered on.
  • Off: indicates that the interface is powered off.

Port power status

Power supply status of an interface. The status can be:

  • Test mode: indicates the testing state.
  • Detecting: indicates the detection state.
  • Disabled: indicates that PoE is disabled on the interface.
  • Chip fault: indicates that the chip of the interface fails.
  • Power-deny: indicates that the reference power is greater than the maximum output power of an interface.
  • Classification overcurrent: indicates that the current of the PDs on the interface exceeds the threshold.
  • Unknown class: indicates that the class of the PD is unknown.
  • Power overcurrent: indicates that the current of the PD on the interface exceeds the maximum current of the interface.
  • Power-on failed: indicates that the interface fails to be powered on.
  • Power-ready: indicates that the interface is ready to be powered on.
  • Powering: indicates that the PSE starts to power on the interface.
  • Powered: indicates that the interface is powered on.
  • Over loaded: indicates that the power is overloaded.
  • Time-range power-off: indicates that the interface is in the power-off time range.
  • Legacy disable: indicates that compatibility detection for PDs is disabled. That is, the device cannot identify or provide power for the non-standard PD.

Port PD class

Class of a PD connected to an interface.

The system classifies PDs into five classes, namely, class 0 to class 4, according to their maximum power.

Port reference power(mW)

Reference power of an interface.

NOTE:

This parameter is not supported on the AP4050DN-E.

The system can identify the maximum power of a PD, classify the PD into a certain level, and define the reference power of each level. The mappings between PD types and reference power values are:

  • 0: reference power 15.4 W
  • 1: reference power 4 W
  • 2: reference power 7 W
  • 3: reference power 15.4 W
  • 4: reference power 30 W

Port power priority

Power supply priority of an interface. The priority is as follows:
  • Critical: indicates the highest priority.
  • High: indicates the second highest priority.
  • Low: indicates the lowest priority.

Port max power(mW)

Maximum output power of an interface.

NOTE:

A maximum output power of 15400 mW indicates that the device complies with 802.3af. A maximum output power of 30000 mW indicates that the device complies with 802.3at.

Port current power(mW)

Current output power of an interface.

Port peak power(mW)

Peak output power of an interface.

Port average power(mW)

Average output power of an interface.

Port current(mA)

Output current of an interface.

Port voltage(V)

Output voltage of an interface.

# Display the PoE power supply status of the device.
<Huawei> display poe power-state slot 0
PORTNAME                 POWERON/OFF  ENABLED  PRIORITY STATUS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
GigabitEthernet0/0/1     off          enable   Low      Detecting
GigabitEthernet0/0/2     off          enable   Low      Detecting
GigabitEthernet0/0/3     on           enable   Low      Powered
GigabitEthernet0/0/4     off          enable   Low      Detecting
GigabitEthernet0/0/5     off          enable   Low      Detecting
GigabitEthernet0/0/6     off          enable   Low      Detecting
GigabitEthernet0/0/7     off          enable   Low      Detecting
GigabitEthernet0/0/8     off          enable   Low      Detecting
Table 4-42  Description of the display poe power-state slot command output

Item

Description

PORTNAME

Name of an interface.

POWERON/OFF

Whether the interface is powered on.
  • On: indicates that the interface is powered on.
  • Off: indicates that the interface is powered off.

ENABLED

Whether PoE is enabled on an interface.

PRIORITY

Power supply priority of an interface. The priority is as follows:
  • Critical: indicates the highest priority.
  • High: indicates the second highest priority.
  • Low: indicates the lowest priority.

STATUS

Power supply status of an interface. The status is classified into following types:

  • Test mode: indicates the testing state.
  • Detecting: indicates the detection state.
  • Disabled: indicates that PoE is disabled on the interface.
  • Chip fault: indicates that the chip of the interface fails.
  • Power-deny: indicates that the reference power is greater than the maximum output power of an interface.
  • Classification overcurrent: indicates that the current of the PDs on the interface exceeds the threshold.
  • Unknown class: indicates that the class of the PD is unknown.
  • Power overcurrent: indicates that the current of the PD on the interface exceeds the maximum current of the interface.
  • Power-on failed: indicates that the interface fails to be powered on.
  • Power-ready: indicates that the interface is ready to be powered on.
  • Powering: indicates that the PSE starts to power on the interface.
  • Powered: indicates that the interface is powered on.
  • Over loaded: indicates that the power is overloaded.
  • Time-range power-off: indicates that the interface is in the power-off time range.
  • Legacy disable: indicates that compatibility detection for PDs is disabled. That is, the device cannot identify or provide power for the non-standard PD.
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