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Does anyone have a favorite non-Cisco POE injector that they use with Cisco APs? Specifically for use with the 1042. Thanks, Nathan Nathan Hay Network Engineer | NOC WinWholesale Inc. ********************************************************************************************* This email message and any attachments is for use only by the named addressee(s) and may contain confidential, privileged and/or proprietary information. If you have received this message in error, please immediately notify the sender and delete and destroy the message and all copies. All unauthorized direct or indirect use or disclosure of this message is strictly prohibited. No right to confidentiality or privilege is waived or lost by any error in transmission. ********************************************************************************************* ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at


Dear Nathan We use PowerDsine (, and it can save lots of power injectors, and you can power cycle the Aps remotely. Linchuan Yang (Antony) Wireless Networking Analyst Network Assessment and Integration, IITS-Concordia University Tel: (514)848-2424 ext. 7664
We also use the PowerDsine injectors. They come in 6, 12, & 24-port models. -jcw ------------------------------------- John Watters    UA: OIT  205-348-3992
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Phihong POE20U Gigabit POE Injectors. Used these for years and not had a failure yet. Good value too (20GBP+VAT) Regards, Jen. Jennifer Wilson Senior Networks Officer University of Central Lancashire 01772 89 2116
PowerDsine definitely! One reminder: if you have old wiring where the cat5 is split into two circuits (2 pairs for each circuit...was popular in some places in the nineties), you cannot use a Midspan (power injector), but you can use an endpsan (powered switch). Philippe Univ. of TN
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We also use PowerDsine @ University of Pennsylvania