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MA-MNT-MR-H3 Installation Guide

Overview

The MA-MNT-MR-H3 is a wall mount accessory designed to be used with the MR30H Access Point. The accessory is meant to be used in installations where physical cable security is needed to prevent individuals from attempting to connect or disconnect wired devices to/from the MR30H LAN Access Ports. This allows for organizations to securely implement wired guest services with ease of mind knowing that the physical cabling infrastructure will not be tampered with.

Package Contents

MA-MNT-MR-H3 includes the following equipment in its packaging:


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MA-MNT-MR-H3                                     1x 12mm phillips    2x 12mm torx           1x 25mm torx               1x L-wrench

Understanding the MA-MNT-MR-H3

The port security mount accessory is designed to be used with MR30H. Other Meraki Access Points are not compatible.

Pre-Install Preparation

You should complete the following steps before going on-site to perform an installation.

Collect Additional Hardware for Installation

You will need the following tools to perform an installation:

  • Cables with appropriate connectors long enough for your particular mounting location

  • Philips head screwdriver

Installation Instructions

Choose Your Mounting Location

Keep the following in mind when installing the port security mount accessory:

  1. A junction box is available at the mounting location. If not, make sure there is a cabling available at the installation location.

  2. All cabling that needs to be physically secured is available at the mounting location.

Install the MA-MNT-MR-H3

The MA-MNT-MR-H3 provides a quick and simple means of securing the Ethernet cables connected to the 4x MR30H LAN Access Ports. Please follow the steps provided below for installation:

1. Assemble MA-MNT-MR-H3

The MA-MNT-MR-H3 will come packaged as two separate pieces: A backplate and an attachable, sliding frontplate. Attach the frontplate onto the backplate using the side notches at the bottom of the backplate.

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2. Attach Mount Cradle to MA-MNT-MR-H3

Lay the MR30H Mount Cradle over the MA-MNT-MR-H3 so that the holes properly align. Use the screws included in the MR30H Mount Kit to attach the MA-MNT-MR-H3 to the wall or junction box.

 

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3. Attach MR30H to the Mount Cradle

Line up the top edge of the MR30H with the top tab of the mount cradle. Since the cradle is already mounted, guide the MR30H towards the top tab and insert the top tabs into the MR30H's slot.


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4. Connect Ethernet Cables to the MR30H LAN Access Ports

Run Ethernet cabling purposed for the MR30H LAN Access ports underneath the frontplate and connect into the appropriate MR30H LAN Access ports. 

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5. Secure the MR30H LAN Access Ports

Once the necessary Ethernet cabling has been connected into the MR30H LAN Access ports, slide the frontplate upwards to connect it to the bottom of the MR30H. Using the L-wrench, screw the 12mm torx screw into the bottom-left hole on the MA-MNT-MR-H3 (the 12mm phillips screw can also be used for this). Then, use the L-wrench to screw the 25mm torx screw into the bottom-right hole on the MA-MNT-MR-H3.

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