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Unlocking the Potential of PoE Technology

AIA CES program ID: GMGH.0006

Approved LUs: .25 LU|HSW

Prerequisites: None

Program level: Entry

Advance learner preparation: None

This episode of SPACES is conversation with Hannah Walker, RCDD, CCNA, Chief Operating Officer at Sinclair Digital discussing the advantages and implementation of Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology, benefits of PoE, the importance of properly selecting PoE-enabled devices and the need for a reliable power source, different types of PoE, and the need for careful planning and implementation to ensure that it is used effectively and safely in network environments.

Learning Objectives

  1. Analyze the key principles and components of the Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology, including the types of devices and cabling used to transmit power and data over the Ethernet network.
  2. Evaluate the advantages and limitations of using PoE technology in different network environments, such as large enterprises, small businesses, and home networks, and identify the factors that affect the performance and reliability of PoE systems.
  3. Apply the knowledge of PoE technology to design and configure a PoE-based network solution that meets the requirements of a specific business or home networking scenario, including selecting the appropriate PoE-enabled devices, calculating power budget and voltage drop, and troubleshooting common issues in PoE systems.

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