While learning for my CCNA exam, I was looking over Cisco's PoE guide. It explains how to configure PoE so that a port changes its behavior when a device draws too much power:
power inline police: Shuts down the PoE port, turns off power to it, and puts it in the error-disabled state.
power inline police action errdisable: Turns off power to the port if the real-time power consumption exceeds the maximum power allocation on the port.
It says below:
If you do not enter the
action logkeywords, the default action shuts down the port and puts the port in the error-disabled state.
So what is the difference between
power inline police and
power inline police action errdisable?