12 Responses

  1. Bram
    Bram 2014-09-03 at 20:15 |

    Interesting! I’m specifically looking into ways to cycle PoE-power on connected devices, under software control. This might offer a way to do so?

    1. Jaret
      Jaret 2014-11-17 at 07:09 |

      The easiest way to do this would be to admin down the port then bring it back up.

  2. Artem
    Artem 2014-12-19 at 18:32 |

    Hi! I’m trying to find any information about GS110TP boot time. Even support can’t help, they don’t have such information and haven’t this device in their lab. I want to know, how fast does it start? I mean time from power on to working (switching) state. Can you help me with this information?

  3. Chris Wilson
    Chris Wilson 2020-05-21 at 22:43 |

    This still works on the GS108Tv3, BUT port 60000 is closed by default. You need to use the web UI to enable Maintenance > Troubleshooting > Remote Diagnostics. Then you can login by telnet!

    I found this from https://blog.hansguthrie.com/2016/01/27/enable-ssh-on-netgear-gs728tp/, but unfortunately enabling SSH as described there does not work on this particular switch.

  4. Dobromir
    Dobromir 2024-03-12 at 17:21 |

    Thanks to what was written above, I experimented with the Netgear GS110TUP.
    Boot version version -the last one at the time of the test.

    Setup Maintenance ->Troubleshooting->Remote Diagnostics to Enable. This open port 60000.

    I logged in with Putty using Username: admin and password which is the same as for Web UI and this came out as a result:


    Using an question mark gives you the available options and their description.

    GS110TUP# ?
    clear Reset functions
    clock Manage the system clock
    configure Configuration Mode
    copy Copy from one file to another
    debug Debug Options
    delete Delete a file from the flash file system
    disable Turn off privileged mode command
    end End current mode and change to enable mode
    exit Exit current mode and down to previous mode
    no Negate command
    ping Send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to network hosts
    power Power Over Ethernet Configuration
    reboot Halt and perform a warm restart
    renew Renew functions
    restore-defaults Restore to default
    save Save running configuration to flash
    show Show running system information
    ssl Setup SSL host keys
    terminal Terminal configuration
    traceroute Trace route to network hosts

    To see the possible sub-commands put a space after the comma and then a question mark

    GS110TUP# power ? will show you :
    inline Configure the inline power
    GS110TUP# power
    which means you have an inline subcommand.

    Based on this I did a test and found that I can now start and stop the PoE power on each individual port


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