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==== currently running ====
 
==== currently running ====
  
* ap1 and ap2, both upstairs, need Gigabit! currently configures to 100Mbit/full due to auto-neg issues
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* ap1 and ap2, both upstairs, powered by the Phihong P370U
 
* Mainroomcam
 
* Mainroomcam
 
* classroomcam
 
* classroomcam
 
* [[perlman]] (backdorbot)
 
* [[perlman]] (backdorbot)
 
* [[booch]]
 
* [[booch]]
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* many ip phones around the space for [[Project:VOIP]]
  
 
==== not yet installed ====
 
==== not yet installed ====
  
 
* Arduino + DMX shield
 
* Arduino + DMX shield
* 2 x ip phones.
 
 
* acnodes x ?
 
* acnodes x ?

Revision as of 20:21, 12 November 2014

Power Over Ethernet

This page documents our usage of POE kit.

Producers

Name/type Gigabit? Ports Location Comments
PowerDsine 6012 No 12 downstairs kit pile Has a serial port, don't know how to manage it
Phihong P370U Yes! 16 Quiet room rack code to manage it here: https://github.com/londonhackspace/phihong
Cisco 3560 No 24 Basement Rack, hostname cisco-poe
Dlink P1012 No 12 downstairs kit pile Manageable with Ethernet, not setup.

Consumers

currently running

  • ap1 and ap2, both upstairs, powered by the Phihong P370U
  • Mainroomcam
  • classroomcam
  • perlman (backdorbot)
  • booch
  • many ip phones around the space for Project:VOIP

not yet installed

  • Arduino + DMX shield
  • acnodes x ?