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Old 18-03-2012, 18:51   #16
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Re: Wall Mount Superhub Remove Base Stand

I have a 15 dB attenuator on the service here and it's at the wall plate end ie physically connected 'backwards' , however it still attenuates the downstream power by 15 dB and leave upstream alone.
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Old 18-03-2012, 20:57   #17
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Re: Wall Mount Superhub Remove Base Stand

I'm confused.

If you fitted it at the wall on the beginning of the cable going to the shub
(so wall plate feed > attenuator > cable > shub) why would that be different to fitting it on the same cable but at the shub end (wall plate feed > cable > attenuator > shub)?

Or am I reading this wrong?
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Old 18-03-2012, 21:04   #18
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Re: Wall Mount Superhub Remove Base Stand

cos the threads about wall mounting the SH
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Old 18-03-2012, 21:34   #19
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Re: Wall Mount Superhub Remove Base Stand

What? I'm talking about the placement of the attenuator on the same cable?
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Old 18-03-2012, 21:46   #20
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Re: Wall Mount Superhub Remove Base Stand

the SH wouldnt sit on a wall mount properly with an attenuator fitted to the SHs coaxial input unless you allow to stick out
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Re: Wall Mount Superhub Remove Base Stand

Can you leave this to one of the others to answer mate.
I'm talking about the path and the attenuator being in reverse, not the physical placement.


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Old 18-03-2012, 21:52   #22
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Re: Wall Mount Superhub Remove Base Stand

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I'm confused.

If you fitted it at the wall on the beginning of the cable going to the shub
(so wall plate feed > attenuator > cable > shub) why would that be different to fitting it on the same cable but at the shub end (wall plate feed > cable > attenuator > shub)?

Or am I reading this wrong?
Well the question was would fitting it the 'other way round' make a difference to how it works. So having the male end of the FPA fitted to the wall plate means the female end of the FPA faces the superhub. When fitted to the back of the superhub the male end faces it, so yes it is the other way round.
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Re: Wall Mount Superhub Remove Base Stand

This was my original answer:

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But don't they only go one way round?
The cable from the wall to the shub is male/male?
I had to physically go and get one and look at why it would be facing the other way around!

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Re: Wall Mount Superhub Remove Base Stand

I can't understand how it would be the wrong way round, if you plug it into the isolator it will be female sticking out.

If you plug it in place of the isolator, something you shouldn't do (this means the network and your connection is open to interference) then it would be the wrong way round. Pointless as you would have to use barrel to attatch a piece of co-ax to the connection which could have been done before the isolator anyway?

It doesn't matter where the attenuator is, attenuation is attenuation
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I can't understand how it would be the wrong way round, if you plug it into the isolator it will be female sticking out.
Right, so in that case that would be the signal coming out through the female, right?
If you have it on the back of the superhub the signal will be going IN through the female, wouldn't it? So the jelly is inverted isn't it?

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Re: Wall Mount Superhub Remove Base Stand

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The shiny new superhub is wall bracket mounted, very nice. But the base stand now looks rather silly with the thing placed half way up the wall. The Superhub's Business Broadband manual has a nice photoshot with the stand removed. Any idea how to do this?
Have you got any pictures of the wall mount?

Does anyone know how to obtain the wall mount as a home customer? Looking at the slots at the back of the Superhub I'm wondering whether they are in a generic place and there would be a generic wall mount available.
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The shiny new superhub is wall bracket mounted, very nice. But the base stand now looks rather silly with the thing placed half way up the wall. The Superhub's Business Broadband manual has a nice photoshot with the stand removed. Any idea how to do this?
Hi, if this wall bracket is for real, please can you tell me where you got it from?

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Old 11-03-2013, 14:55   #28
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for those mentioned attenuation just use one of these http://compare.ebay.co.uk/like/31029...ype=pla&crdt=0 I know the thread is a year old but some of you guys really like to make life complicated for yourselves
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Hi, if this wall bracket is for real, please can you tell me where you got it from?

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It was supplied with the superhub as part of the business broadband package
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Re: Wall Mount Superhub Remove Base Stand

Must admit I didn't get a bracket with my Business Superhub. but then they didn't even give me a PSU - just used one from the old Cisco EPC2100 it replaced!
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