Useful information about power consumption over the PoE protocol can be found in this section.
The first table displays all devices that support PoE protocol, number of PoE interfaces, current power usage, number of ports that uses PoE and highest PoE class available on the device
PoE interface table lists all interfaces that support PoE protocol. Filters can be used to check PoE interface status on a particular device. “Admin status” shows the administrative status of an interface. It can be enabled/auto or admin-down, shutdown or disabled. Operation status lists status of every enabled PoE port. Type/PID of powered devices are available in the “Powered Device” column if available. The last three columns describe PoE class and power usage.
The last tab shows the PoE module statistics. This table is especially significant because it shows used power consumption in watts, percentage and how many watts are left.
Stacks menu contains information about stacks in your network - stack members, stack ports, their uptime, role in the stack, status and more.
Environment menu provides information about power supplies, power supplies fans, chassis fans and modules of network devices.
Logical Devices provides summary of all discovered logical firewalls (contexts, vsys, VDOM) and Cisco Nexus VDCs. For each logical device it provides its name and type and if available even its ID