[Noisebridge-discuss] Fwd: H. at .PinG @ N01538R!d63 POE wiring help needed

Adrian Chadd adrian.chadd at gmail.com
Mon Sep 23 16:06:14 UTC 2013


You should find out what voltage it wants on the POE jack. It may be
expecting 48VDC.

Do you have the user manual for it? It should tell you explicitly what it

(Note: if someone makes up antenna arrays like this, I can tell you how to
program the Atheros NIC to control them.)


On 23 September 2013 05:15, Robert Chu <robert.chu01 at gmail.com> wrote:

> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Robert Chu <robert.chu01 at gmail.com>
> Date: Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 5:12 AM
> Subject: H. at .PinG @ N01538R!d63 POE wiring help needed
> To: Robert Chu <robert.chu01 at gmail.com>
> Hacking @ccess Point ing @ N01538R!d63!!!
> Good Morning Noisebridge community,
> I am currently trying to hack a Ruckus ZoneFlex 2942 Wireless AP to a Dish
> networks antena dish that was donated.
> I made a custom mount out of wood and can easily connect the RZF 2942 to
> the center, facing the dish.
> 1.a) Optimaly what I want to do is negate the DC jack and connect directly
> to the 10/100 POE port via a 12V / 1.0A DC Jack (wall wart) hack. I've
> tried connecting the dc jack to the differernt color combinations of a
> spliced cat 5 cable, and got no success for it to light up. (Is the port
> disabled by default and switched on explisitly via a POE Router / the POE
> router sends a command to switch the POE port on?).
> 1.b) If so, then it would be awesome to run the dc jack straight to the
> POE port, so that both data and power go to the POE port, instead of wiring
> the DC jack on ap to the ethernet.
> 2. How can I figure out which two pairs are tramitting and receiving, so
> that I can use saulder a dc tip and wall wart, to each end of the pairs
> that are not being used.
> Cheers
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