Talk:RUT955 Powering Options

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RUT955 routers can be powered from a power socket or over an Ethernet port. Depending on your network architecture you can use the LAN1 port to power the device.

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RUT955 routers can also be powered from a power socket and over Ethernet simultaneously. The power socket has higher priority meaning that the device will draw power from the power socket as long as it is available.

When a RUT955 device is switching from one power source to another it loses power for a fraction of a second and may reboot. The device will function correctly after the reboot.

Pin Signal ID T568A Color T568B Color Pins on plug face (socket is reversed)
1 TX+ Poe white green stripe.png
white/green stripe
Poe white orange stripe.png
white/orange stripe
Poe rj45 connector.png
2 TX- Poe solid green.png
green solid
Poe solid orange.png
orange solid
3 RX+ Poe white orange stripe.png
white/orange stripe
Poe white green stripe.png
white/green stripe
4 Poe solid blue.png
blue solid
Poe solid blue.png
blue solid
5 7 - 30 VDC Poe white blue stripe.png
white/blue stripe
Poe white blue stripe.png
white/blue stripe
6 RX- Poe solid orange.png
orange solid
Poe solid green.png
green solid
7 GROUND Poe white brown stripe.png
white/brown stripe
Poe white brown stripe.png
white/brown stripe
8 GROUND Poe solid brown.png
brown solid
Poe solid brown.png
brown solid


Though the device can be powered over an Ethernet port it is not compliant with the IEEE 802.3af-2003 standard. Powering a RUT955 device from a IEEE 802.3af-2003 power supply will damage the device as it is not rated for input voltages of the PoE standard.

Connector type[edit source]

I think, this information belongs to the Power socket section:

The plug is of this type: https://www.molex.com/molex/products/part-detail/crimp_housings/0039013045. It is also used/known as a "ATX12V" or "(Intel) P4" power connector.