Netonix Cable Diagnostics output for xyz Device

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Netonix Cable Diagnostics output for xyz Device

Mon May 16, 2022 12:41 pm

I discovered Netonix about 6 months ago, ive been deploying their switches anytime i need to add or replace a POE switch (generally). I love the Cable Diagnostic function, and noticed how different (good/working and POE failed) devices can give different output. So i made a rough reference chart on my test bench for when im deploying out in the field. I figured i would share it here (and will try to keep it updated as i add more devices over time).

I HAVE noticed that on longer cable runs (ie 150ft+) , the results MAY differ slightly. I also always use my fluke intellitone to check continuity on each of the 8x wires before plugging in. (great basic test tool)

I could attach it as a PDF, but i assume most would prefer images for security reasons so here they are:

note: the dark green text, will always be a copy/paste from the manufactures Spec Sheet for N device. Ruck = Ruckus (access points), MT = Mikrotik

Posted / as of: May 16 2022 (only 6x devices tested for now):

may 16 2022 - pg 1 of 2 .JPG


may 16 2022 - pg 2 of 2 .JPG
See my post with the Netonix "Cable Diagnostic" output of various (good and failed) POE devices :
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