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Userlevel 6
Hello, all!

Can't find any information about Mounting brackets for IdentiFi APs.
WS-MBI-DCU01
WS-MBI-WALL02

In "ExtremeWireless™️ AP3805 Installation Guide" there is no information.
In "Wireless Access Point Universal Adapter Bracket" there is only for older APs.

Thank you!

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Userlevel 4
Alex,

The DCU01 is a universal drop ceiling mounting bracket for the AP3825. You can find information for it in the Installation Guide for the AP3825.

http://documentation.extremenetworks.com/wireless/AP_Guides/AP3825/downloads/ExtremeWireless_AP3825_...

The WALL02 is a mounting bracket for the AP380X that allows you to install the AP on a J-box. I don't think that we ever updated the documentation; it is a low runner that was made for a few specific deployments. I can get dig up some pictures if you need it.

Thanks,

Will
Userlevel 6
Aguilar, William wrote:

Alex,

The DCU01 is a universal drop ceiling mounting bracket for the AP3825. You can find information for it in the Installation Guide for the AP3825.

http://documentation.extremenetworks.com/wireless/AP_Guides/AP3825/downloads/ExtremeWireless_AP3825_...

The WALL02 is a mounting bracket for the AP380X that allows you to install the AP on a J-box. I don't think that we ever updated the documentation; it is a low runner that was made for a few specific deployments. I can get dig up some pictures if you need it.

Thanks,

Will

Hello, Will!

This information actually not for me, but for the Customers.
Because we have a lot of requests - how teoretically mount AP's and how is look like this mounting brackets (desirable with pictures).

Is it possible to make some actual Guide for mounting brackets for 38xx and 39xx AP's?

Thank you!
Userlevel 4
Aguilar, William wrote:

Alex,

The DCU01 is a universal drop ceiling mounting bracket for the AP3825. You can find information for it in the Installation Guide for the AP3825.

http://documentation.extremenetworks.com/wireless/AP_Guides/AP3825/downloads/ExtremeWireless_AP3825_...

The WALL02 is a mounting bracket for the AP380X that allows you to install the AP on a J-box. I don't think that we ever updated the documentation; it is a low runner that was made for a few specific deployments. I can get dig up some pictures if you need it.

Thanks,

Will

With the exception of the WALL02 that you alluded to earlier, the Installation Guides have instructions and pictures of the brackets. Take a look at the AP3825 or 3935 installation guides and you'll see what I mean. If you find one that we are missing, we will work with Tech Pubs to incorporate them into a future doc update. Adding yet another place for customers to go find information is not the most efficient IMHO.

Thanks for your feedback!

Will
Userlevel 6
Aguilar, William wrote:

Alex,

The DCU01 is a universal drop ceiling mounting bracket for the AP3825. You can find information for it in the Installation Guide for the AP3825.

http://documentation.extremenetworks.com/wireless/AP_Guides/AP3825/downloads/ExtremeWireless_AP3825_...

The WALL02 is a mounting bracket for the AP380X that allows you to install the AP on a J-box. I don't think that we ever updated the documentation; it is a low runner that was made for a few specific deployments. I can get dig up some pictures if you need it.

Thanks,

Will

I saw it.
But it's look some strange, that I have to find Accessories for 3805 in guide for 3825 )))
I mean, that to find DCU01 I make post here and you give me advice.
But this method is difficult for the Customers.

I think it's better to have different Guide for all brackets.
(As it present for older Enterasys AP's)

For example,
if I take Data Sheet for Aruba AP
http://www.arubanetworks.com/assets/ds/DS_AP200Series.pdf
->
Mounting Spares
AP-220-MNT-C1
Aruba Access Point Mount Kit
->
Type "AP-220-MNT-C1" in Google and first Link is Data Sheet for this bracket.

It is much easier.

Thank you!
Userlevel 2
Just an FYI... we looked for alternative brackets for a while and finally found these folks. Not used too many but they work great and have Extreme specific models. http://oberoninc.com/. No, I don't work there but would love a hat.

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