Cisco EnergyWise IOS Configuration Guide, EnergyWise Version 2.8
Configuring Cisco EnergyWise
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Configuring EnergyWise

Table Of Contents

Configuring EnergyWise

Configuration Guidelines

Enabling Cisco EnergyWise and Powering Devices

PoE and EnergyWise Interactions

CLI Compatibility

Manually Managing Power

Enabling Cisco EnergyWise

Configuring Domain Member or Endpoint Attributes

Powering the PoE Port

Configuring Port Attributes

Examples for Enabling Cisco EnergyWise and Powering Devices

Setting the Domain

Manually Managing Power

Automatically Managing Power

Recurrences

Time Format and Time Zone

Day of the Month and Day of the Week Recurrences

Configuring Recurrences

Queries

Information About Queries

Using Queries to Manage Power in the Domain

Examples for Using Queries

Querying to Analyze Domains

Querying with the Name Attribute

Querying with Keywords

Querying to Set Power Levels

Activity Check

Information About Activity Check

Prerequisites

Configuring Activity Check

Testing Activity Check

Examples for Activity Check

Wake on LAN

Information About Wake on LAN

WoL with Cisco EnergyWise

Prerequisites

Using WoL

Using WoL with a MAC Address

Using WoL Without a MAC Address

SNMP Endpoint Proxy

Information About SNMP

SNMP Endpoint Proxy with Cisco EnergyWise

Prerequisites

Configuring SNMP Endpoint Proxy

Example for Configuring SNMP Endpoint Proxy

Disabling EnergyWise


Configuring EnergyWise


Configuration Guidelines

Manually Managing Power

Recurrences

Queries

Activity Check

Wake on LAN

SNMP Endpoint Proxy

Disabling EnergyWise

Configuration Guidelines

Enabling Cisco EnergyWise and Powering Devices

PoE and EnergyWise Interactions

CLI Compatibility

Enabling Cisco EnergyWise and Powering Devices

By default, Cisco EnergyWise is disabled on the domain member.

If you enter the no energywise level interface configuration command, the domain member does not immediately change to the default power level. The power level changes when you restart the domain member or enter the energywise level level command.

For a domain member with PoE ports, such as, a PoE-capable switch:

When you add an endpoint to an EnergyWise domain, it becomes an EnergyWise domain member and EnergyWise is enabled on the new domain member and all the PoE ports.

When you use the energywise level 0 interface configuration command, the port does not provide power to connected endpoints.

You cannot use the energywise level 0 global configuration command to power off the domain member.

When you use the energywise level level global configuration command to set the power level for a parent entity, you can only configure power level 10. Configuring any other power level has no effect on the parent entity.

If a port is error-disabled:

It appears as an EnergyWise domain member or endpoint in the show command output and in the collect query results. The query results show that the port uses 0 watts.

It does not respond to a set query.

PoE and EnergyWise Interactions

You can configure EnergyWise on the port and configure the port power level.

Table 2-1 shows you how to find out if a domain member port participates in Cisco EnergyWise. For each combination of port and PoE mode check the matrix entry, if it is Yes, then the port participates in Cisco EnergyWise; if it is No, then the port does not participate in EnergyWise.

For example, if the port is PoE and the PoE mode is never, the table matrix entry is No; this means Cisco EnergyWise is not disabled even if the port power is off.

Table 2-1 Domain Member Port Participation in Cisco EnergyWise

Port
 
PoE Mode
 
auto
never
static

PoE

Yes

No

Yes

Non-PoE

No

No

No


When you change the port mode using the power inline auto or power inline static interface configuration commands, changes are effective immediately. You do not need to restart the domain member.

If Cisco EnergyWise is disabled, the domain member can use PoE to manage the port power usage.

When you configure a recurrence for PoE interfaces, EnergyWise functions the same way as when the power inline and no power inline interface configuration commands are executed. You might see messages that show the interface going up and down at time of the event.

CLI Compatibility

Follow these guidelines for EnergyWise to work properly:

All domain members must run Cisco EnergyWise Version 1 or Cisco EnergyWise Version 2.6 or later.

All domain members must have the same domain name and security mode.

If your switch is stacking-capable (for example a Catalyst 3750-X, 3750-E, or 3750 switch) and is a member of a switch stack, all the stack members must run the same Cisco EnergyWise version.

If your domain member is running Cisco EnergyWise Version 1, and you upgrade your software to a release supporting Cisco EnergyWise Version 2.6 or later:

The EnergyWise settings in the running configuration are updated. The domain member sets the management password as the same domain password in the energywise domain command.

Enter the copy running-config startup-config privileged EXEC command to save the EnergyWise settings in the configuration file.

If your domain member is running Cisco EnergyWise Version 2.6 or later and you need to downgrade to Cisco EnergyWise Version 1.0 due to domain member compatibility issues, enter the no energywise domain global configuration command to disable EnergyWise before downgrading your software to a release supporting EnergyWise Version 1.

To display the Cisco EnergyWise version running on your domain member, use the show energywise version privileged EXEC command. The Cisco EnergyWise version is referred to as the EnergyWise specification in the command output.

To display the software version running on your domain member, use the show version privileged EXEC command.

In Cisco EnergyWise Version 1, these commands were modified:

energywise domain domain-name secret [0 | 7] password global configuration command

We recommend that you reconfigure the EnergyWise domain with the energywise domain domain-name security {ntp-shared-secret | shared-secret} [0 | 7] shared-secret [protocol udp port udp-port-number [interface interface-id | ip ip-address]] global configuration command.

If you do not reconfigure the domain, the domain member synchronizes the management password with the domain password.

energywise management tcp-port-number global configuration command

We recommend that you reconfigure the management password for the domain with the energywise management security shared-secret [0 | 7] shared-secret port tcp-port-number global configuration command.

For Catalyst 4500-specific issues, "Cisco EnergyWise and Catalyst 4500 Switches."

For Catalyst 6500-specific issues, see "Cisco EnergyWise and Catalyst 6500 Switches."

Manually Managing Power

Enabling Cisco EnergyWise

Configuring Domain Member or Endpoint Attributes

Powering the PoE Port

Configuring Port Attributes

Examples for Enabling Cisco EnergyWise and Powering Devices

Enabling Cisco EnergyWise

Beginning in privileged EXEC mode:

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

configure terminal

Enters global configuration mode.

Step 2 

service password-encryption

(Optional) Enables password encryption.

If you set a hidden password in Step 3, enter this command.

Step 3 

energywise domain domain-name security {ntp-shared-secret | shared-secret} [0 | 7] domain-password [protocol udp port udp-port-number [interface interface-id | ip ip-address]]

Enables Cisco EnergyWise on the network device, assigns it to a domain with the specified domain-name, sets the domain security mode, and sets the domain password to authenticate all communication in the domain.

ntp-shared-secret—Sets a strong password with NTP. If the time between members varies ±30 seconds, the domain member drops events.

shared-secret—Sets a strong password without NTP.

(Optional) 0—Uses a plain-text password. This is the default.

(Optional) 7—Uses a hidden password.

If you do not enter 0 or 7, the default is 0.

(Optional) port udp-port-number—Specifies the UDP port that communicates with the domain.

The range is from 1 to 65000. The default is 43440.

(Optional) interface interface-id—Specifies the port that communicates with the domain if the IP address is dynamically assigned.We recommend that you specify the interface-id value.You should use this in a bridged network.

(Optional) ip ip-addressSpecifies the IP address that communicates with the domain if the interface is a switched virtual interface (SVI) and VLAN trunking protocol (VTP) pruning is enabled. You should use this in a routed network.

For the domain-name and domain-password

You can enter alphanumeric characters and symbols such as #, (, $, !, and &.

Do not enter an asterisk (*) or a space between the characters or symbols.

Step 4 

end

Returns to privileged EXEC mode.

Step 5 

show energywise

show energywise domain

Verifies your entries.

Step 6 

copy running-config startup-config

(Optional) Saves your entries in the configuration file.

Configuring Domain Member or Endpoint Attributes

Beginning in privileged EXEC mode:

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

configure terminal

Enters global configuration mode.

Step 2 

energywise importance importance

Sets the importance.

The range is from 1 to 100. The default is 1.

Step 3 

energywise keywords word,word,...

Assigns at least one keyword.

When assigning multiple keywords, separate the keywords with commas, and do not use spaces between keywords.

You can enter alphanumeric characters and symbols such as #, (, $, !, and &.

Do not enter an asterisk (*) or a space between the characters or symbols.

By default, keywords are not defined.

Step 4 

service password-encryption

Enables password encryption.

If you set a hidden password in Step 5 or Step 10, enter this command.

Step 5 

energywise management security shared-secret [0 | 7] mgmt-password [port tcp-port-number]

Sets the management password on the domain member that the management station uses to communicate with the domain.

(Optional) 0—Uses a plain-text password.

(Optional) 7—Uses a hidden password.

If you do not enter 0 or 7, the default is 0.

For the mgmt-password

You can enter alphanumeric characters and symbols such as #, (, $, !, and &.

Do not enter an asterisk (*) or a space between the characters or symbols.

(Optional) port tcp-port-numberSpecifies the TCP port for management access. The range is from 1025 to 65535. The default is 43440.

By default, the management password is not set.

Step 6 

energywise name name

Specifies the EnergyWise-specific name.

You can enter alphanumeric characters and symbols such as #, (, $, !, and &.

Do not enter an asterisk (*) or a space between the characters or symbols.

The default is the hostname.

Step 7 

energywise neighbor {hostname | ip-address} udp-port-number

Assigns a static neighbor.

Domain Name System (DNS) hostname (hostname) or IP address (ip-address).

UDP port (udp-port-number) that sends and receives queries. The range is from 1 to 65000.

By default, static neighbors are not assigned.

Step 8 

energywise role role

Specifies the role in the EnergyWise domain. For example, lobby.b20.

You can enter alphanumeric characters and symbols such as #, (, $, !, and &.

Do not enter an asterisk (*) or a space between the characters or symbols.

The default is the model number.

Step 9 

energywise allow query {save | set}

Configures the domain member to respond to queries from the management station or another domain member.

save—Responds to a query to save the running configuration.

set—Responds to a query to change the power level or the EnergyWise attributes.

By default, the domain member responds to the set query.

Step 10 

energywise endpoint security {none | shared-secret [0 | 7] shared-secret}

Sets the security mode for an endpoint.

none—Disables security.

shared-secret—Uses a password for secure communication with the domain member.

(Optional) 0—Uses a plain-text password.

(Optional) 7—Uses a hidden password.

If you do not enter 0 or 7, the default is 0.

For the shared-secret

You can enter alphanumeric characters and symbols such as #, (, $, !, and &.

Do not enter an asterisk (*) or a space between the characters or symbols.

By default, the password is not set.

Step 11 

end

Returns to privileged EXEC mode.

Step 12 

show energywise

show energywise domain

Verifies your entries.

Step 13 

copy running-config startup-config

(Optional) Saves your entries in the configuration file.

Powering the PoE Port

Beginning in privileged EXEC mode:

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

configure terminal

Enters global configuration mode.

Step 2 

interface interface-id

Specifies the port or the range of ports to be configured and enters interface configuration mode.

Step 3 

energywise level level

Manually powers on the port.

For a connected PoE endpoint, enter a power level of 10.

For an non-PoE-capable endpoint, enter a power level from 1 to 10. The endpoint determines the appropriate action.

Step 4 

end

Returns to privileged EXEC mode.

Step 5 

show energywise domain

show energywise children

Verifies your entries.

Step 6 

copy running-config startup-config

(Optional) Saves your entries in the configuration file.

Note The power level that you set in Step 3 is the default power level when the domain member restarts.

Configuring Port Attributes


Note See the "Activity Check" section for the switches that support the energywise activitycheck command.


Beginning in privileged EXEC mode:

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

configure terminal

Enters global configuration mode.

Step 2 

interface interface-id

Specifies the port or the range of ports to be configured, and enters interface configuration mode.

Step 3 

energywise importance importance

Sets the importance value of the port.

The range is from 1 to 100. The default is 1.

Step 4 

energywise keywords word,word,...

Assigns at least one keyword for the port.

When assigning multiple keywords, separate the keywords with commas, and do not use spaces between keywords.

You can enter alphanumeric characters and symbols such as #, (, $, !, and &.

Do not enter an asterisk (*) or a space between the characters or symbols

By default, keywords are not defined.

Step 5 

energywise name name

Specifies the EnergyWise-specific port name.

You can enter alphanumeric characters and symbols such as #, (, $, !, and &.

Do not enter an asterisk (*) or a space between the characters or symbols.

The default is a short version of the port name; for example, Gi1.0.2 for Gigabit Ethernet 1/0/2.

Step 6 

energywise role role

Specifies the role of the port in the domain, such as lobbyport.

You can enter alphanumeric characters and symbols such as #, (, $, !, and &.

Do not enter an asterisk (*) or a space between the characters or symbols.

By default, the role is interface.

Step 7 

Before entering the energywise activitycheck command

Verify that auto quality of service (auto-QoS) is enabled on the port and on the connected IP phone.

If the domain member is connected to the IP phones through multiple Cisco devices, verify that they trust the CoS value in incoming packets.

To configure auto-QoS, see the "Activity Check" section and the software documentation for your Cisco network device.

 

Step 8 

energywise activitycheck

Verifies that the connected IP phone is not sending or receiving traffic before the domain member powers off the port.

Note The domain member cannot determine if the IP phone is in the hold state.

Step 9 

energywise allow query set

If the interface receives a query from the management station or another domain member, configures the interface to respond to a query changing the power level and the EnergyWise attributes.

By default, the domain member responds to this query.

Step 10 

end

Returns to privileged EXEC mode.

Step 11 

show running-config

Verifies your entries.

Step 12 

copy running-config startup-config

(Optional) Saves your entries in the configuration file.

Examples for Enabling Cisco EnergyWise and Powering Devices

Setting the Domain

Manually Managing Power

Automatically Managing Power


Note In the examples, the interface-id is in this format: type slot-or-module-number/port-number, such as gigabitethernet 0/5. To specify an interface, see your device software documentation.


Setting the Domain

To set the domain:

DomainMember# show energywise
Interface   Role              Name                  Usage      Lvl   Imp  Type
---------   ----              ----                  -----      ---   ---  ----
            fanfare           jsmith                1009.0(W)  5     100  paren
DomainMember# configure terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
DomainMember(config)# energywise domain cisco security ntp-shared-secret cisco protocol 
udp port 43440 ip 2.2.4.30
DomainMember(config)# energywise importance 50
DomainMember(config)# energywise keywords lab1,devlab 
DomainMember(config)# energywise name LabSwitch
DomainMember(config)# energywise neighbor member1 43440
DomainMember(config)# energywise role role.labaccess
DomainMember(config)# energywise allow query save
DomainMember(config)# end
DomainMember# show energywise domain 
Name      : member1
Domain    : cisco
Protocol  : udp
IP        : 2.2.2.21
Port      : 43440
DomainMember# show energywise neighbors 
Capability Codes: R - Router, T - Trans Bridge, B - Source Route Bridge
                  S - Switch, H - Host, I - IGMP, r - Repeater, P - Phone
Id   Neighbor Name                 Ip:Port                 Prot   Capability
--   -------------                 -------                 ----   ----------
1    member-21                     2.2.2.21:43440          udp    S I
2    member-31                     2.2.4.31:43440          static S I
3    member-22                     2.2.2.22:43440          cdp    S I

Manually Managing Power

To power on the lab IP phones:

DomainMember# configure terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
DomainMember(config)# energywise domain cisco security shared-secret cisco protocol udp 
port 43440 ip 2.2.4.44
DomainMember(config)# interface gigabitethernet0/3
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise importance 65
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise name labphone.5
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise role role.labphone
DomainMember(config-if)# end
 
   

To power off an IP phone connected to a PoE port:

DomainMember# configure terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
DomainMember(config)# energywise domain cisco security shared-secret cisco protocol udp 
port 43440 ip 2.2.4.44
DomainMember(config)# interface gigabitethernet0/2
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise importance 65
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise name labphone.5
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise role role.labphone
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise level 0
DomainMember(config-if)# end
 
   

The domain member powers the IP phone whether Cisco EnergyWise is enabled or not.

Automatically Managing Power

To automatically power on the lab IP phones at 08:00 and power off at 20:00:

DomainMember# configure terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
DomainMember(config)# energywise domain cisco security shared-secret cisco protocol udp 
port 43440 ip 2.2.4.30
DomainMember(config)# interface gigabitethernet1/0/3
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise level 10 recurrence importance 90 at 0 8 * * *
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise level 0 recurrence importance 90 at 0 20 * * *
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise importance 50
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise name labInterface.3
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise role role.labphone
DomainMember(config-if)# end
 
   
DomainMember# show energywise recurrences 
Id     Addr       Class Action Lvl Cron
--     ----       ----- ------ --- ----
1      Gi0/3      QUERY SET    10  minutes: 0 hour: 8 day: * month: * weekday: *
2      Gi0/3      QUERY SET     0  minutes: 0 hour: 20 day: * month: * weekday: *
 
   
DomainMember# show running-config
<output truncated>
interface GigabitEthernet0/3
energywise level 10 recurrence at 0 8 * * *
 energywise level 0 recurrence at 0 20 *
 energywise importance 50
 energywise role role.labphone
 energywise name labInterface.3
end
<output truncated> 
 
   

To automatically power on the PCs on the first floor at 06:00 and power off at 20:00:

DomainMember# configure terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
DomainMember(config)# energywise domain cisco security shared-secret cisco protocol udp 
port 43440 ip 2.2.4.30
DomainMember(config)# time-range onfirstfloor
DomainMember(config-time-range)# absolute start 0:00 1 August 2009
DomainMember(config-time-range)# periodic weekdays 6:11 
DomainMember(config-time-range)# periodic weekend 9:37
DomainMember(config)# time-range offfirstfloor
DomainMember(config-time-range)# absolute start 0:00 1 August 2009
DomainMember(config-time-range)# periodic weekdays 20:19 
DomainMember(config-time-range)# periodic weekend 18:59
DomainMember(config)# interface gigabitethernet0/3
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise level 10 recurrence importance 70 time-range 
onfirstfloor
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise level 0 recurrence importance 70 time offfirstfloor
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise name floor.1
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise role pc-mgr
DomainMember(config-if)# end
 
   
DomainMember# show energywise recurrences 
Id     Addr       Class Action Lvl Cron
--     ----       ----- ------ --- ----
1      Gi0/3      QUERY SET    10  onfirstfloor
2      Gi0/3      QUERY SET     0  offfirstfloor
 
   
DomainMember# show running-config
<output truncated>
interface GigabitEthernet0/3
energywise level 10 recurrence importance 70 time-range onfirstfloor
 energywise level 0 recurrence importance 70 time-range offfirstfloor
energywise role pc-mgr
 energywise name floor.1
end
<output truncated> 
 
   

To set the time range for end times and days:

DomainMember(config)# time-range offfirstfloor
DomainMember(config-time-range)# absolute start 0:00 1 August 2009 23:58 31 December 
2011
DomainMember(config-time-range)# periodic monday 20:01 friday 23:55
DomainMember(config-time-range)# periodic saturday 18:05 sunday 23:30

Note Cisco EnergyWise uses only the start time in the time range. Cisco EnergyWise ignores any configured end time.


Recurrences

Time Format and Time Zone

Day of the Month and Day of the Week Recurrences

Configuring Recurrences

Time Format and Time Zone

For time format, use the 24-hour clock. The time zone is based on the domain member.

To set a recurrence at a specific time, enter the energywise level level recurrence importance importance at minute hour day_of_month month day_of_week interface configuration command.

For example, to configure a recurrence that occurs every day at 06:34, enter the energywise level level recurrence importance at 34 6 * * * command.

minute is 34.

hour is 6.

day_of_month is the wildcard (*) for every day in the month.

month is the wildcard (*) for every month.

day_of_week is the wildcard (*) for every day in the week.

To set 06:34 in a time range, enter the absolute 06:34 * * 2009 and the periodic 06:34 interface configuration commands.


Note When configuring recurrences, do not schedule multiple recurrence events to start at the same time. We recommend that you configure events at least 15 minutes apart.


Day of the Month and Day of the Week Recurrences

When you use the day_of_month and the day_of_week in the energywise level level recurrence importance importance at minute hour day_of_month month day_of_week interface configuration command.

The recurrence occurs when either the day_of_month or the day_of_week occurs first (in releases earlier than the Cisco EnergyWise Version 2.7 releases). See the Release Notes for Cisco EnergyWise, EnergyWise Version 2.7 on Cisco.com for software releases with Cisco EnergyWise Version 2.7.

If you specify both the day_of_month and the day_of_week, the event occurs when either the day_of_month or the day_of_week is first.

If you specify the day_of_month and use a wildcard (*) for the day_of_week, the event occurs on the day_of_month.

If you use a wildcard for the day_of_month and specify the day_of_week, the event occurs on the day_of_week.

If you use wildcards for both the day_of_month and the day_of_week, the event occurs on any day.

Configuring Recurrences

Beginning in privileged EXEC mode:

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

show energywise

Verifies that EnergyWise is enabled.

Step 2 

configure terminal

Enters global configuration mode.

Step 3 

time-range time-range-name

Assigns a name to the time range, and enter time-range configuration mode. If you do not configure a time range, go to Step 6.

The time range is based on the system clock.

If EnergyWise is not running on the endpoint (for example, a PoE endpoint), the specified times are based on the domain member time zone.

If an agent or client is running on the endpoint, the specified times are based on the endpoint time zone.

Use the absolute and the periodic time-range configuration commands to specify times and days for a recurrence. You can use one absolute condition and multiple periodic conditions.

If your absolute or periodic condition has an end time and day, the domain member ignores these values.

Step 4 

absolute start hh:mm day_of_month month year

Sets the start time and day for the recurrence.

hh:mm—Specifies the time (24-hour format) in hours and minutes.

day month year—Specifies the date.

day_of_month—The range is from 1 to 31. Use * for the wildcard.

month—The range is from January to December. Use * for the wildcard.

year—The minimum year is 1993.

Step 5 

periodic days_of_the_week hh:mm

Sets the weekly start time and day for the recurrence.

days_of_the_week—Valid values:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday—Enter a single day, a range of days with a dash between the starting and ending days, or multiple days separated by a comma.

daily—Enter if the recurrence starts from Monday to Sunday.

weekdays—Enter if the recurrence starts from Monday to Friday.

weekend—Enter if the event occurs on Saturday and Sunday.

hh:mm—Specifies the time (24-hour format) in hours and minutes.

Step 6 

interface interface-id

Specifies the port or a range of ports to be configured, and enters interface configuration mode.

Step 7 

energywise level level recurrence importance importance {at minute hour day_of_month month day_of_week | time-range time-range-name}

Schedules a power-on or power-off event.

level level —Specifies the power level.

To power off the endpoint, enter 0.

To power on the endpoint:

If it is a PoE endpoint, enter 10.

If it is another powered device, enter a power level from 1 to 10. The endpoint determines the appropriate action.

importance importance—The event occurs if the importance value of the endpoint is less than or equal to the importance value. The range is from 1 to 100.

at minute hour day_of_month month day_of_week—Specifies the time (24-hour format) in cron format for the recurrence.

minute—The range is from 0 to 59. Use * for the wildcard.

hour—The range is from 0 to 23. Use * for the wildcard.

day_of_month—The range is from 1 to 31. Use * for the wildcard.

month—The range is from 1 (January) to 12 (December). Use * for the wildcard.

day_of_week—The range is from 0 (Sunday) to 6 (Saturday). Use * for the wildcard.

time-range time-range-nameSpecifies the time range for the recurrence.

The event uses the domain member time.

Repeat this step to schedule another event.

Step 8 

end

Returns to privileged EXEC mode.

Step 9 

show energywise recurrence

Verifies your entries.

Step 10 

copy running-config startup-config

(Optional) Saves your entries in the configuration file.

Queries

Information About Queries

Using Queries to Manage Power in the Domain

Examples for Using Queries

Information About Queries

The management station sending a query receives all the power-usage responses from the EnergyWise domain. The domain members use neighbor relationships to forward the query.

For secure communication, the domain members use a shared secret and send only authenticated queries to the endpoints.

Figure 2-1 Query Requests and Replies

1

The management station sends queries and messages to the domain.

3

The domain member sends queries and messages to other domain members and endpoints.

2

The domain member replies to queries and messages from the management station.

4

The domain member replies to queries and messages from other domain members and endpoints.


EnergyWise supports the following query types:

Collect—Receives power-usage information in watts (W) from the domain members and endpoints.

Save—Saves the running configuration of a domain member. Use the energywise allow query save global configuration command.

Set—Changes the power level of a domain member or endpoint in the running configuration.

Sum—Summarizes the information from domain members and endpoints.

You can use these attributes to filter the results:

Importance—Rate your devices based on the business or deployment context. For example, a desk phone has a lower importance than a business-critical emergency phone. The range is from 1 (least important) to 100 (most important). The default is 1.

Keywords—Describes the device (other than the name or role).

Name—Identifies the device.

Role—Specifies the device function based on the business or deployment context.

Usage—Specifies the energy usage type of the Cisco EnergyWise device. The default is consumer.

All—Devices of all usage types.

Consumer—A device that consumes power, such as a switch.

Meter—A device that measures the pass-through power, such as a power distribution unit (PDU) that sends power from a source to a connected device.

Producer—A device that generates power, such as a solar panel.

The query results show domain members and endpoints with importance values less than or equal to the specified value in the query.

Using Queries to Manage Power in the Domain


Note If the timeout value in the energywise query importance privileged EXEC command is too short, the management station does not receive query results even if the domain members and endpoints respond to the query. For example, if you want to power off a specific phone but the timeout value in the energywise query importance command is too short, the phone is not powered off. When configuring the timeout, configure a minimum of 6 seconds to display correct output.


Beginning in privileged EXEC mode:

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

energywise query analyze domain domain-name

Runs a query to analyze and display information about the domain, including the domain size and the number of members and endpoints.

Step 2 

energywise query importance importance {keywords word,word,... | name name} collect {delta | usage} [all [timeout timeout] | consumer [timeout timeout] | meter [timeout timeout] | producer [timeout timeout] | timeout timeout]

or

energywise query importance importance {keywords word,word,... | name name} sum {delta | usage} [all [timeout timeout] | consumer [timeout timeout] | meter [timeout timeout] | producer [timeout timeout] | timeout timeout]

Runs a query to display power information for the domain members and endpoints. Runs a query to change the power level and to power on or off the domain members, PoE ports, or endpoints.

importance importance—Filters the results based on the importance value. Only domain members and endpoints with importance values less than or equal to the specified value respond to the query. The importance range is from 1 to 100.

keywords word,word—Filters the results based on one or more keywords.

Note Do not run a query with keywords *. No results are generated.

name name—Filters the results based on the name. For the wildcard, use * or name* with the asterisk at the end of the name phrase.

collect {delta | usage}—Displays power-usage information in watts (W) from the domain members and endpoints.

delta—Displays the delta vector with the difference between the actual power usage and the maximum power usage for each power level for what-if calculations.

usage—Displays the actual power usage.

sum {delta | usage}—Displays the summary of the power-usage information from domain members and endpoints.

delta—Displays the delta vector.

usage—Displays the actual power usage.

(Optional) all—Displays EnergyWise devices of all usage types.

(Optional) consumer—Filters the results to display devices that consume power, such as a switch. This is the default usage type.

(Optional) meter—Filters the results to display devices that measure the pass-through power, such as a PDU that sends power from a source to a connected device.

(Optional) producer—Filters the results to display devices that generate power, such as a solar panel.

(Optional) timeout timeout—Sets the time in seconds that the management station waits for query results. When configuring the timeout, configure a minimum of 6 seconds to display correct output.

The default timeout is 6 seconds. The range is from 1 to 180.

Repeat this step to run another query.

Step 3 

energywise query importance importance {keywords word,word,... | name name} set level level [all [timeout timeout] | consumer [timeout timeout] | meter [timeout timeout] | producer [timeout timeout] | timeout timeout]

(Optional) Runs a query to change the power level and to power on or off the domain members, PoE ports, or endpoints.


Caution Use this query with care. It affects both the domain member on which you enter the command and other domain members and endpoints that match the query criteria.

importance importance—Filters the results based on the importance value. Only domain members and endpoints with values less than or equal to the specified value appear. The importance range is from 1 to 100.

keywords word,word,...Filters the results based on one or more keywords.

Note Do not run a query with keywords *. No results are generated.

name name—Filters the results based on the name. For the wildcard, use * or name* with the asterisk at the end of the name phrase.

set level level—Sets the power level of the domain members, endpoints, or PoE ports. The range is from 0 to 10.

(Optional) all—Displays EnergyWise devices of all usage types.

(Optional) consumer—Filters the results to display devices that consume power, such as a switch. This is the default usage type.

(Optional) meter—Filters the results to display devices that measure the pass-through power, such as a PDU that sends power from a source to a connected device.

(Optional) producer—Filters the results to display devices that generate power, such as a solar panel.

(Optional) timeout timeout—Sets the time in seconds that the management station waits for query results. When configuring the timeout, configure a minimum of 6 seconds to display correct output.

The default is 6 seconds. The range is from 1 to 180.

Repeat this step to run another query.

Examples for Using Queries

Querying to Analyze Domains

Querying with the Name Attribute

Querying with Keywords

Querying to Set Power Levels

Querying to Analyze Domains

This example shows how to display information about the domain, such as the number of members, endpoints and the domain size:

DomainMember# energywise query analyze domain   
EnergyWise is currently analyzing the domain, please wait...   
EnergyWise Domain Statistics
----------------------------
Querying from HW Model: WS-C3560G-48PS
Number of Domain Members:   3
Number of Endpoints:  1 
 
   

Querying with the Name Attribute

In this example, Switch 1 and Switch 2 are in the same domain. shipping.1 is a PoE port on Switch 1, and shipping.2 is a PoE port on Switch 2.

The example shows the power usage of the domain members and endpoints with names beginning with shipping and with importance values less than or equal to 80. Run this query on Switch 1:

DomainMember# energywise query importance 80 name shipping.* collect usage
EnergyWise query, timeout is 6 seconds:
 
   
Host              Name                        Usage       Level   Imp
----              ----                        -----       -----   ---
192.168.20.1      shipping.1                  6.3   (W)   10      1
192.168.20.2      shipping.2                  8.5   (W)   10      1
 
   
Queried:  2    Responded:  2      Time:  0.4 seconds
 
   

The first row (shipping.1) is from Switch 1. The second row (shipping.2) is from Switch 2, a neighbor of Switch 1.

Querying with Keywords

In this example, Switch 1 and Switch 2 are in the same domain. shipping.1 is a PoE port on Switch 1, and shipping.2 is a PoE port on Switch 2.

The example shows the power usage of IP phones with different names, different roles, and importance values less than or equal to 80, but all that have the Admin keyword. Run this query on Switch 1:

DomainMember# energywise query importance 80 keyword Admin collect usage
EnergyWise query, timeout is 6 seconds:
 
   
Host              Name                        Usage       Level   Imp
----              ----                        -----       -----   ---
192.168.40.2      shipping.1                  6.3   (W)   10      1
192.168.50.2      orders.1                   10.3   (W)   10      1
192.168.60.3      pc.1                      200.0   (W)    8     75 
 
   
Queried:  3    Responded:  3      Time:  0.5 seconds
 
   

Switch 1 reports two phones connected to Switch 2, a neighbor of Switch 1.


Note Do not run a query with keywords *. No results are generated.


Querying to Set Power Levels

Run these queries on Switch 1:

Set the power level of shipping.2 to 0:

DomainMember# energywise query importance 80 name shipping.2 set level 0
 
   

Manually set the power level of shipping.1 and shipping.2 to 0:

DomainMember# energywise query importance 90 name shipping.* set level 0
 
   

Set the power level of devices that have the keyword Admin to 10:

DomainMember# energywise query importance 60 keyword Admin set level 10
EnergyWise query, timeout is 6 seconds:
!!!!
Success rate is (2/2) setting entities
 
   
Queried:  2    Responded:  2      Time:  0.15 seconds
 
   

To show the power usage of EnergyWise devices with usage type all:

DomainMember# energywise query importance 100 name * collect usage all 
EnergyWise query, timeout is 6 seconds:
Host              Name                        Usage       Level   Imp
----              ----                        -----       -----   ---
10.1.2.83         SEP5475d0db0dcb             3.8   (W)   10      5
10.1.2.71         SEP1C17D340834E             8.8   (W)   10      1
10.1.2.68         SEP3037A61748E2             8.8   (W)   10      1
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet1       0.0   (W)   0       50
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet2       0.0   (W)   0       50
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet3       0.0   (W)   0       50
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet4       0.0   (W)   0       50
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet5       0.0   (W)   0       50
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet6       34.0  (W)   0       50
 
   

To show the power usage of an IP phone with usage type consumer:

DomainMember# energywise query importance 100 name * collect usage consumer 
EnergyWise query, timeout is 6 seconds:
Host              Name                        Usage       Level   Imp
----              ----                        -----       -----   ---
10.1.2.83         SEP5475d0db0dcb             3.8   (W)   10      5
10.1.2.71         SEP1C17D340834E             8.8   (W)   10      1
10.1.2.68         SEP3037A61748E2             8.8   (W)   10      1
 
   

To show the power usage of a PDU outlet with usage type meter:

Switch# energywise query importance 100 name * collect usage meter
EnergyWise query, timeout is 6 seconds:
Host              Name                        Usage       Level   Imp
----              ----                        -----       -----   ---
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet1       0.0   (W)   0       50
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet2       0.0   (W)   0       50
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet3       0.0   (W)   0       50
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet4       0.0   (W)   0       50
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet5       0.0   (W)   0       50
10.1.2.211        Local_InfeedA_Outlet6       34.0  (W)   0       50
 
   

Activity Check

Information About Activity Check

Prerequisites

Configuring Activity Check

Testing Activity Check

Examples for Activity Check

Information About Activity Check

You can use this feature to ensure that the switch does not power off a phone that is in use. For example, if you have a Cisco IP phone connected to a PoE port and activity check is enabled, the switch does not power off the phone if it is sending or receiving voice traffic. If the phone is not in use, it powers off within approximately 1 minute. If a PC is connected to the switch port of the phone, the PC loses network connectivity when the phone is powered off.

You can configure activity check on these Cisco devices:

Catalyst 6500 series switches (see the Cisco IOS Release Notes for Cisco EnergyWise, EnergyWise Phase 2 for the specific devices).

Catalyst 4500 series switches.


Note Before powering off a PoE port, Catalyst 6500 series switches and Catalyst 4500 series switches use interface statistics to determine whether a Cisco IP phone connected to the PoE port is not sending or receiving traffic.


Catalyst 3750-X, 3750-E, 3750, 3560-X, 3650-E, 3560, and 2960 switches.

Cisco EtherSwitch service modules (NME-16ES-1G, NME-16ES-1G-P, NME-X-23ES-1G, NME-X-23ES-1G-P, NME-XD-24ES-1S-P, NME-XD-48ES-2S-P).

Cisco enhanced EtherSwitch service modules (SM-D-ES2-48, SM-D-ES3-48-P, SM-D-ES3G-48-P, SM-ES2-16-P, SM-ES2-24, SM-ES2-24-P, SM-ES3-16-P, SM-ES3-24-P, SM-ES3G-16-P, SM-ES3G-24-P).

Prerequisites


Note These prerequisites do not apply to Catalyst 6500 series switches.


You have made the following settings:

All packets from the IP phone have the class of service (CoS) value 5. Use the show mls qos maps cos-output-q privileged EXEC command to display the CoS output queue threshold map.

Auto quality of service (auto-QoS) for VoIP is enabled on the PoE port. Use the auto qos voip interface configuration command.

Auto-QoS is enabled on the IP phone. The switch does not change the CoS value in the packet that comes from the IP phone. Use the auto qos voip cisco-phone interface configuration command.

If the switch is connected to the IP phone through multiple Cisco devices, be sure that they trust the CoS value in incoming packets and do not change it. Use the auto qos voip trust interface configuration command.

Configuring Activity Check

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

energywise activity check

Configures the domain member to wait until a Cisco IP phone connected to a PoE port is not sending or receiving traffic before the domain member powers off the port.

Note The domain member cannot determine if the IP phone is in the hold state.

Testing Activity Check

After you have enabled activity check, test it to make sure that the switch powers off the port only when a connected Cisco IP phone is not sending or receiving voice traffic. While making a phone call:

Set the port power level to 0. The switch should not power off the IP phone. To set the power level, you can:

Run a query (using the CLI or the management application programming interface [MAPI]): The switch performs an activity check before powering off.

Use a recurrenceThe switch performs an activity check before powering off.

Use the CLIThe switch does not perform an activity check and powers off the PoE port immediately.

For information about setting the power level and using recurrences, see the "Querying to Set Power Levels" section and the "Configuring Recurrences" section.

Use the show mls qos interface statistics privileged EXEC command to display the port QoS statistics, including the number of packets in queue 1.

This command does not apply to Catalyst 6500 switches.

Examples for Activity Check

This example shows you CoS values mapped to queue and threshold values. Here CoS value 5 is mapped to queue 1 and threshold 3 on the Gigabit Ethernet 0/1 port:

Cos-outputq-threshold map:
	cos:  				 0   	1   2   3   4   5   6   7  
	-------------------------------------------------------------
	queue-threshold: 4-3 4-2 3-3 2-3 3-3 1-3 2-3 2-3
 
   

This is the configuration for the PoE port:

<output truncated>
interface GigabitEthernet0/1
 srr-queue bandwidth share 10 10 60 20
 queue-set 2
 priority-queue out 
 mls qos trust device cisco-phone
 mls qos trust cos
 auto qos voip cisco-phone 
 service-policy input AutoQoS-Police-CiscoPhone
<output truncated>
 
   

This example shows you how to test activity check. The example uses the show mls qos maps cos-output-q privileged EXEC command to show which output queue and threshold is mapped to CoS 5 for voice traffic. The example then uses the show mls qos interface statistics privileged EXEC command to display the number of packets in the output queue to determine if the domain member (an IP phone in this case) is sending out packets:

DomainMember# show mls qos maps cos-output-q
                Cos-outputq-threshold map:
             cos: 	0 	 1 			 	 2	 	3 	4 	5 	6 	7
             ----------------------------------------------------
queue-threshold: 	2-1 2-1 3-1 	3-1 4-1 	1-1 4-1 4-1 
<output truncated>
 
   

CoS 5 is mapped to queue-threshold: 1-1 (queue 1 and threshold 1).

DomainMember# show mls qos interface statistics
 
   
output queues enqueued:
 queue:    threshold1   threshold2   threshold3
-----------------------------------------------
 queue 0:    				0 			0 			0
 queue 1: 				0 			0 			0
 queue 2: 				0 			0 			0
 queue 3: 				0 			0 			0
<output truncated>
 
   

The output queue for queue 1 and threshold 1 is 0, which means that the phone is not sending out packets and the switch can power off the phone. If a phone conversation were in progress, the output queue would have non-zero packets in the output queue.

Wake on LAN

Information About Wake on LAN

WoL with Cisco EnergyWise

Prerequisites

Using WoL

Information About Wake on LAN

Wake on LAN (WoL) is an Ethernet computer networking standard that uses a network message called a magic packet to wake up an endpoint device. The magic packet contains the MAC address of the destination endpoint device (typically a PC). For example, you can send a WoL magic packet to a PC. The listening PC waits for a magic packet addressed to it and then initiates system to wake up.

WoL is implemented on the motherboard (BIOS) and the network interface. It is operating-system independent. WoL could be disabled by default on some PCs.

WoL with Cisco EnergyWise

You can configure the EnergyWise domain member to send a WoL magic packet to a specific endpoint device or all endpoint devices in the EnergyWise network. When a WoL-enabled PC is connected to the domain member, it receives the WoL magic packet and the power level of the PC changes from nonoperational to operational.

Some network interface cards (NICs) have a SecureOn feature with which you can store a hexadecimal password within the NIC. When you send WoL packets to NICs with SecureOn, the NICs store this password as part of the packet, making the wake-up process secure. If the PC you are trying to wake-up has an NIC that supports SecureOn, the domain member must send a magic packet with the hexadecimal password to power on the PC.

Prerequisites

Check that you have enabled WoL in the BIOS and the NIC of the PC you want to wake up. Refer to your PC documentation for instructions on how to enable WoL in the BIOS and NIC of your PC.

WoL packets are sent as Layer 2 broadcast packets. To prevent broadcast storms, remove loops by using the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP).

Check that an EnergyWise WoL query always has a name or keyword attribute associated with it. The importance, name, and keyword fields in the WoL query packet refer to attributes set on the interface that the PC connects to. WoL packets are sent only from interfaces where the name or key word attribute is set, which prevents broadcast storms. For example, enter this command:

DomainMember# configure terminal
DomainMember(config)# interface gigabitethernet 0/1
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise name PC-1
DomainMember(config-if)# end
DomainMember(config)# end
DomainMember# energywise query importance 100 name PC-1 wol mac <mac-address>
 
   

Using WoL

Using WoL with a MAC Address

Using WoL Without a MAC Address

Using WoL with a MAC Address

Beginning in the privileged EXEC mode:

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

energywise query importance importance {keywords word,word,... | name name} wol mac mac-address [password password | port tcp-port-number [password password]]

Sends a WoL magic packet to a specific device or to all devices in the EnergyWise network.

importance importance—Only domain members and endpoints with importance values less than or equal to the specified value respond to the query. The range is from 1 to 100.

keywords word,word...Filters the results based on one or more keywords.

Note If you know that the PC that you want to power on is connected to an interface with the keyword PC, use the energywise query importance 100 keyword PC wol mac mac-address command. You can also use a name qualifier.

name name—Filters the results based on the name. For the wildcard, use * or name* with the asterisk at the end of the name phrase.

wol mac mac-address—Filters the results based on the MAC address and powers on only the device with the matching MAC address.

Note If you do not know where the device is located, use the energywise query importance 100 name * wol mac mac-address command to send the WoL packet to all the domain members.

(Optional) password password—Sets the password for the WoL-enabled endpoint.

(Optional) port port-number—Specifies a port number to communicate with the EnergyWise domain.

The default is 7.

Using WoL Without a MAC Address

To use WoL without entering a MAC address, first configure the EnergyWise endpoint device to include off-state caching and WoL. To wake up the device and set its power level, use the the energywise query privileged EXEC command For example, enter this command:

DomainMember# energywise query importance 100 keywords pc set level 10
 
   

Device MAC addresses are cached along with their keywords or names. The domain member matches the keywords or name you enter with the cached keywords, names, and MAC addresses and sends the WoL packet to the matching device.

The WoL packet is sent only if the device is powered off.

SNMP Endpoint Proxy

Information About SNMP

SNMP Endpoint Proxy with Cisco EnergyWise

Prerequisites

Configuring SNMP Endpoint Proxy

Example for Configuring SNMP Endpoint Proxy

Information About SNMP

SNMP is an application-layer protocol that provides a message format for communication between managers and agents. SNMP provides a standardized framework and a common language used for the monitoring and management of devices in a network.

SNMP Endpoint Proxy with Cisco EnergyWise

You can monitor, control, and report the energy usage of endpoint devices that are connected to a Cisco network even if a Cisco EnergyWise agent is not installed on these devices. An EnergyWise domain member can use SNMP to communicate with these endpoint devices.

To use SNMP, you have to configure an EnergyWise SNMP proxy on the domain member that the endpoint device is connected to. When you send a query from the domain member (where EnergyWise SNMP proxy is configured) to the SNMP device, the query is translated to an SNMP request and the SNMP response is translated back to an EnergyWise response. Figure 2-2

EnergyWise translates queries with the help of an XML file that is stored in the flash drive of the domain member. The number of XML files you need depends on the number and type of devices that you use. For example, if you have one or more printers using SNMP, you need to load one XML file for each printer type and model. You have to configure one EnergyWise SNMP proxy for each printer.

Figure 2-2 shows how a domain member running EnergyWise SNMP Proxy enables an SNMP-capable printer to join the EnergyWise domain.

Figure 2-2 An SNMP-Capable Printer Joining the EnergyWise Domain

To display all the devices for which you have configured an SNMP proxy, use the show energywise proxies privileged EXEC command.

For EnergyWise proxy-related debugging, use the debug energywise endpoint and debug energywise query privileged EXEC commands.


Note An EnergyWise query using this command cannot be translated to an SNMP request: energywise query importance importance {keywords word,word,... | name name} collect delta privileged EXEC command. You can use all other EnergyWise query commands. For more information about all of the EnergyWise queries, see the "EnergyWise CLI Commands" section.


Prerequisites

If your device is part of a stack configuration, then you have installed the same XML file on all the devices within the stack.

This ensures that any stack member that is elected as the master (in case of a master failover) has the XML file that the EnergyWise SNMP proxy uses for translation.

You cannot delete an XML file that is in use. Before deleting an XML file, check that none of the proxies are using that file. To display all the XML files on your flash directory, use the dir privileged EXEC command.

The community string that you configure for an SNMP proxy should match the community string that is configured on the SNMP device. Check with your system administrator about the SNMP device community string.

Configuring SNMP Endpoint Proxy

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

Save the XML file on the TFTP server.

Enables you to load the XML file in the next step.

For information about how to create an XML file, see "XML Schema for SNMP Endpoint Proxy," or check with your device manufacturer.

Step 2 

copy tftp://IP address/XML file

Uses TFTP to load the XML files on to the domain member.

IP addressIP address of the TFTP server.

XML filePath to the XML file.

Step 3 

configure terminal

Enters global configuration mode.

Step 4 

snmp-server manager

Enables the SNMP server manager.

This allows the domain member to serve as an SNMP manager. Acting as an SNMP manager, the domain member can send SNMP requests to agents and receive SNMP responses and notifications from agents.

By default the SNMP manager is disabled.

Step 5 

energywise proxy mapping map_name word

Sets an alias for the XML file.

mapping map_nameSets an alias for the XML file.

wordDenotes the exact XML file name that is stored on the flash directory of the switch.

Step 6 

interface interface-id

Specifies the port or the range of ports to be configured and enters the interface configuration mode.

Step 7 

energywise proxy mapping map_name protocol protocol host host discovery-interval interval port port

Sets up the XML file and configures credentials.

mapping map_nameRefers to the alias that you configure for the XML file in Step 5.

protocol protocol Specifies the translation protocol for the device. For SNMP devices, the protocol is SNMP.

host hostSpecifies the IP address of the SNMP device.

discovery-intervalConfigures the interval for discovery updates from the SNMP device specified by the host and port, in seconds.

The default interval is 180 seconds.

port portSpecifies the TCP or UDP port number for the SNMP device.

Step 8 

energywise proxy protocol protocol version version

Configures an SNMP proxy on one or more interfaces.

protocol protocolSpecifies the translation protocol for the device. For SNMP devices, the protocol is SNMP.

version versionSpecifies the SNMP version. Use version SNMPv2c.

Example for Configuring SNMP Endpoint Proxy

DomainMember# copy tftp://2.2.2.201/xyz/example1.xml
DomainMember# configure terminal
DomainMember# snmp-server manager
DomainMember(config)# energywise proxy mapping Xerox1 flash:/example1.xml
DomainMember(config)# interface gigabitethernet0/3
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise proxy mapping Xerox1 protocol snmp host 2.2.2.11 port 
161
DomainMember(config-if)# energywise proxy snmp v2c community-string private
 
   

Disabling EnergyWise

To disable EnergyWise, enter the interface configuration commands followed by the global configuration commands. Table 2-2 and Table 2-3 describe the commands.

Table 2-2 Interface Configuration Commands for Disabling EnergyWise 

Command
Purpose

no energywise

Disables EnergyWise on the PoE port or on the endpoint.

no energywise activitycheck

Configures the domain member not to wait until a Cisco IP phone connected to a PoE port is not sending or receiving voice traffic before the domain member powers off the port.

no energywise allow query set

Configures the interface to drop all set queries for the interface and children. If configured, you cannot change the power level or EnergyWise attributes of connected devices on the interface. To prevent power levels on all interfaces from being changed, apply the command to all interfaces.

no energywise [importance | keywords [word,word,... ] | level | name [name] | role [role]]

Removes the EnergyWise configuration on a domain member port.

If you enter the no energywise level command, the domain member changes the power level to the default only when you restart the domain member or you enter the energywise level level command.

no energywise level level recurrence importance importance {at minute hour day_of_month month day_of_week | timerange timerange-name}

Removes the recurrence configuration on a domain member port.

Table 2-3 Global Configuration Commands for Disabling EnergyWise 

Command
Purpose

no energywise allow query save

Configures the domain member not to respond to a query that saves the running configuration.

no energywise allow query set

Configures the domain member to drop all set queries for the parent entity. If configured, you cannot change the power level or EnergyWise attributes of the domain member. This configuration does not apply to the interfaces or endpoints connected to any interfaces.

no energywise domain

Disables EnergyWise on the domain member.

no energywise endpoint

Configures the domain member not to establish parent-child relationships with connected EnergyWise-compatible endpoints. The endpoints cannot receive queries or messages from the domain member.

no energywise {importance | keywords [word,word,...] | name | neighbor [hostname | ip-address] udp-port-number | role}

Removes the EnergyWise configuration on the domain member.

no energywise management

Configures the domain member to not communicate with a connected management station that sends queries.