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On a network I am working on I have a Cisco 1231 WAP that is powered via POE. The Duplex is currently set as "Half", while the rest of the WIFI network (3 more 1230 series WAPs) is set as "Full". This is causing the device to throw an error once per second. All the WAPS, including the half duplex...
Our SearchNetworkingChannel.com expert says that it might be best to hold off recommending Power over Ethernet to networking clients until the 802.3an standard gets widely adopted. What do you think? Is there any benefit to going with Power over Ethernet now?