Wall + outdoor + Poe = fail

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Wall + outdoor + Poe = fail
Wall + outdoor + Poe = fail
2021-03-21 22:07:35 - last edited 2021-03-21 23:17:25
Model: EAP235-Wall  
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I have both an EAP235-wall and an EAP225-outdoor AP's, and a proper 802.3af/at injector (Tripp-lite NPOE-30W-1G). 

 

The wall plate works with the tripp-lite injector, but not the outdoor AP.  I tried both directly plugging the outdoor AP to the injector and to the PoE out port of the wall plate, the outdoor AP does not light up.  

 

I tested the outdoor AP plugged in it's 48V injector. That works, so the AP is good.

 

What's happening?  Both AP's are 802.3af compliant, and the wall is also 802.3at compliant.   I need to daisy-chain those AP's because of wiring constraints, and the specs lead me to think it works.

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2021-03-21 23:17:16 - last edited 2021-03-21 23:17:25
I found my solution: one has to enable the PoE passthrough in the wall AP's web administration portal. As for the direct connection to my Tripp-lite PoE injector, it seems I did not plug it right in my frustrated state.
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2021-03-21 23:17:16 - last edited 2021-03-21 23:17:25
I found my solution: one has to enable the PoE passthrough in the wall AP's web administration portal. As for the direct connection to my Tripp-lite PoE injector, it seems I did not plug it right in my frustrated state.
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