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Topic # 151767 4-Sep-2014 14:11
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I read about switches says 1000 speed but if it's sharing power on the same cable wouldn't it be 100 speed or are there something else about it?

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  Reply # 1121866 4-Sep-2014 14:17
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POE can certainly work over gigabit ethernet, you simply have data & power sharing a pair.




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rayonline: I read about switches says 1000 speed but if it's sharing power on the same cable wouldn't it be 100 speed or are there something else about it?


Depends if it's passive PoE or active PoE.

Active PoE will allow full Gigabit. Passive PoE can only do FE as 2 pairs are used for power.



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  Reply # 1121982 4-Sep-2014 16:27
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How does that work? Does it use a low pass filter or something?




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dcole13: How does that work? Does it use a low pass filter or something?


Yup - a little coil thingy that splits the power and data at each end




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