Why POE Interface board is not registered on S9300

Issue Description

FAQ-Why POE Interface board is not registered on S9300?

Alarm Information

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Handling Process

FAQ-Why POE Interface board is not registered on S9300?
A: There should be POE power on S9300 so that POE interface board can be registered. We can check elabel to confirm if board can support poe function or not. If one board can support POE function, the description should contain “POE Interface Card” like below:
Description=Quidway S9300,LE02G48VA,48-Port 10/100/1000BASE-T POE Interface Card(EA,RJ45,POE),32K MAC,1*1
Then you can confirm whether interface board is registered or not with command “display device”
There are four poe power slots on S9306 and S9312. But there is only one on S9303. There are some cautions:
1.Only AC power modules can be installed in PoE slots.
2.When inserted into a PoE slot, an AC power module is used as a PoE power module and provides power for powered devices (PDs) by using an Ethernet PoE electrical interface card. When inserted into slot PWR1 or PWR2, an AC power module provides power for the entire device.

Root Cause

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Suggestions

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