sphester wrote:I had tried this link but i guess it only works from the chapel connection. I seem to remember visiting a site from home that showed me the options for activation but must be dreaming this as never found it since perhaps I was at the chapel at the time.
[B]Note:[/B] http://firewall.lds.org is not a public website and is only used when activating the firewall.
sphester wrote:Also is there a need to activate the unit or is this done as part of the install by the contractors?
sphester wrote:Also does anyone have any good suggestions regarding the following issue. The new 881W have all been installed inside metal comms cabinets. This presents a small problem in that the metal cabinet reduces the range significantly.
Can the unit be moved outside to so it sits on the top or is this a big no no?
Are there cables we can buy to extend the antenna's so they reach outside the cabinet?
What have other people done if anything?
bradhokanson wrote:Getting small legnth pigtails to extend the antennas outside the box has been the common recommendation.
sphester wrote:I guess this sort of thing will work http://www.wifi-antennas.co.uk/rp-tnc-antenna-base-with-1-metre-cable-.html
There magnetic too so will attach to the side of the cab easily and can be moved when required.
jonahhex wrote:The best method is to order 1041n WAP to cover areas that are not providing wireless connectivity. Pigtails in theory would be fine but I have not had much luck using them.
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