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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 198364 6-Jul-2016 08:26
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As per the title, I scored a barebones kit for $150. I've recessed it into a wall which has it pretty much against the backing paper of the exterior cladding with only a few mm of clearance.


So I haven't loaded anything into it yet as I'm waiting for an ONT and phone thingamy (Sparks integrated wiring) to go in first before squeezing in a standard patch panel.


Are there certain screws I need to get to mount things in here or should I just find whatever fits, preferably not self tapping I'm guessing! Are the precut holes sufficent width for mounting devices or will I have to drill additional holes?

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  Reply # 1589927 11-Jul-2016 20:25
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I have a Dynamix cabinet, and you can get mounting brackets that fit the holes. I have a couple of those, and otherwise I've just used zip ties and velcro straps to secure equipment.





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