Upgraded firmware, restored default configuration. Still no POE. Chalking it up to power surge from overnight lightning storm.
Thank you for asking this question in the support community. I'm sorry for the environmental damage that damaged the unit. Environmental damage is not covered under warranty, but if you would like to send this unit in for out of warranty repair and return you can do so by following the instructions on the following page: https://www.adtran.com/web/page/portal/Adtran/wp_support_rma
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Out-of-Warranty repairs will be charged a $75.00 service fee for the evaluation and handling of the unit. If the unit is repaired, an additional charge in the amount of 10% of the unit's suggested retail price will be added to the repair cost. Please allow the following minimum amount of turnaround time, in good faith, for repaired items.
Out-of-Warranty - 60 days
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I have two 1238 POE switches, similar issue, storm blew through and some port stopped
providing power, others did not, updated firmware, and some port are still
providing power, but none display it. CLI and web show all ports auto,
and detecting, but I know there are a dozen devices on each that are getting
power. Is the non-display of statistics a firmware issue? Using
18-01-06. Switches says total power used 0 watts with 10 to 12 phones
running on each. Do you have devices getting power on some ports but not
others and the switches is just not reporting? Both of mine reported
proper power delivered until I upgraded firmware.