XV2-2 - a lot of problems

Hello All, based on a similiar post by Justin on another thread and just to let people know this issue was resolved. The issue was the AP was seeing LLDP packets from the PoE switch, through the mid-span PoE injector and the switch was advertising very low power allocation via LLDP to the XV AP. This was causing the AP to think it had very little PoE power allocated to it so the AP, in order to prevent itself from going into a PoE power boot loop disables the radios, Bluetooth and USB. Disabling LLDP on the AP resolved this issue. LLDP Request Power (aka LLDP power negotiation) being disabled while LLDP still being enabled also could have been a resolution for this issue.