|Just so you guys know, you can use PoE injectors if you don't have a PoE switch.|
I'm sitting here at my desk looking at a D-Link DWL-2200 AP that is a PoE device. They come with their own injectors.
For the most part, when possible, we plug those into a PoE capable switch but there are a couple instances where it hasn't been possible and I've used the injectors. I've also used an injector from the D-Link WAP to provide electricity to another PoE capable device (a VoIP phone) from a different manufacturer.
You can also buy rack mountable PoE injectors. It's been a while since I looked at one but I believe they come various sizes (ie: 12, 24, 48 ijector ports)
I do not believe anybody makes PoE routers. Which is to say, routers that you can use PoE to provide electricity to them. At least, I've never seen one. But, you might be able to buy a PoE switch which would work in this case if combined wtih an injector at the other end of the line.
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