PoE Injectors Forums IP Cameras not network access

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    I’ve recently purchased a WS-POE-8-ENC with WS-PS-24v60w. I have several cameras and they do power on. However, they cannot get an IP from the router.

    My setup is as follows:
    Router port 1 -> WS-POE-8-ENC LAN 1 -> WS-POE-8-ENC POE 1 -> Camera 1
    Router port 2 -> WS-POE-8-ENC LAN 2 -> WS-POE-8-ENC POE 1 -> Camera 1

    If I bypass the WS-POE-8-ENC, and use regular power supply with a cable from camera to router, everything is fine.

    Cameras that I have:
    1x Foscam FI8910E
    1x Foscam FI8910W
    1x iCamera 1000
    2x Midas-Link ML-203W

    Also, is the power supply I’ve purchased enough to power all 5 cameras?

    Thanks for the help



    Hi Dmitry –

    I think the network issue is actually with the power. You have a mix of cameras with different PoE needs, so I’m surprised that they’re powering up at all.

    We do have solutions to power the cameras with the 24v60w power supply you have.

    * Foscam FI8910E – needs 802.3af (48 volt) PoE. Use our 48v step up converter:


    * Foscam FI8910W – needs a 5 volt PoE splitter: https://find-a-poe.com/product/POE-5v10w/

    * iCamera 1000 – needs a 12 volt PoE splitter: https://find-a-poe.com/product/WS-POE-12v/

    * 2x Midas-Link ML-203W – is PoE capable, but I’m unable to find a datasheet that specifies if it needs standard PoE. If so, you can use the 48v step up converter, or you can switch to our 48 volt 60 watt power supply and use our PoE splitters for higher voltages:

    WS-PS-48v60w: https://find-a-poe.com/product/WS-PS-48v60w/
    WT-Af-5v: https://find-a-poe.com/product/WT-AF-5v/
    WT-AF-12v: https://find-a-poe.com/product/WT-AF-5v/

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