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How to Disable PoE Logging on a Port of a Cisco Catalyst Switch

Biagio Galati Cisco 13 June 2024

Prerequisites

  • Ensure you have administrative access to the Cisco Catalyst switch.
  • Familiarize yourself with basic Cisco IOS commands.
  • Identify the specific port on which you want to disable PoE logging.

Step-by-Step Guide Access the Switch

  • Connect to the switch using a console cable, SSH, or Telnet.
  • Open your terminal emulator or SSH client and connect to the switch.
  • Log in with your administrative credentials.

Enter Global Configuration Mode

After logging in, you will be in user EXEC mode. Enter privileged EXEC mode by typing:
     
      enable

Enter the global configuration mode by typing:

       conf t

Identify the Interface

Determine the interface on which you want to disable PoE logging. For example, if you want to disable PoE logging on GigabitEthernet 1/0/1, you would enter:

       interface GigabitEthernet1/0/1

Disable PoE Logging

Once in the interface configuration mode, disable PoE logging by using the following command:

       no logging event power-inline-status

Exit Configuration Mode

Exit the interface configuration mode by typing:

       exit

Exit the global configuration mode by typing:

       end

Save the Configuration  

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