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Mounting the LN2600 Router on the Wall


You can mount the LN2600 router on the wall with the help of a wall-mounting kit. The wall-mounting kit comes with heat sink unit that provides enhanced cooling to the LN2600 router.


The wall on which you want to install the LN2600 router along with the wall-mounting unit must have the following:

  • The thickness of the wall must be a minimum of 1 meter to allow easy access to the connectors.

    If you are installing the LN2600 router wall-mounting unit on a plywood wall, the thickness of the plywood wall must be a minimum of 3/4 inch.

  • The concrete wall must be a minimum of 800 PSI (5.5 MPA) strength.

Ensure that you have the following parts and tools available:

  • Phillips (+) screwdriver with a minimum shaft length of 6 inches (150 mm)

  • 3/8 inches ratchet driver set

  • An electrostatic discharge (ESD) grounding strap

  • Wall-mounting unit along with the mounting screws and chassis mounting screws provided with the wall-mounting kit

  • Ground label and ground lug provided with the wall-mounting kit

  • Marker pen

  • Drilling machine

To mount the LN2600 router on the wall:

  1. Attach an electrostatic discharge (ESD) grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.
  2. Prepare the LN2600 router for wall-mounting by removing the two screws and the respective nuts located on the top and bottom center of the LN2600 router, and keep the two screws for using it later. You may discard the two nuts. They are not required for wall-mounting the LN2600 router.
    Figure 1: LN2600 Router Screw Removal
    LN2600 Router Screw Removal
    Router screws
    Router nuts
  3. Place the wall-mounting drill hole template on the wall (concrete or plywood wall as required) and drill four holes on the exact pre-drill locations marked on the template. Ensure that the drill hole template is leveled properly.

    The wall-mounting drill hole template is a paper template that comes with the wall-mounting unit. The template has exact mount hole locations marked.


    Ensure that you have a minimum of 355 mm (14 in) space to the left and that of 250 mm (10 in) to the right of the wall-mounting drill hole template.

    For installing the LN2600 router on a wall:

    • If you are using Tapcon® concrete screws, drill the screw holes of 3/16 inch to a depth of 2.25 inch.

    • If you are using Hilty® anchors, drill the anchor holes of 1/4 inch to a depth of 1.5 inch.

    For installing the LN2600 router on a plywood surface, drill the pilot screw holes of 1/8 inch.

  4. Install the respective screws (or anchors as required) to the drill holes till you have 1/4 inch of the screw left.
  5. Place the wall-mount unit on top of the screws (or anchors) through the key holes present on the wall-mount unit, and tighten the screws to secure the wall-mount unit in place..
  6. Place the LN2600 router on top of the wall-mount unit aligning the center mounting posts with the rear screw holes present on the bottom of the LN2600 router.
  7. Secure the LN2600 router using the two screws removed in step 2.
    Figure 2: LN2600 Router on the Wall-Mounting Unit
    LN2600 Router on the Wall-Mounting Unit
    Wall-mount screws
    LN2600 router
    Wall-mounting unit
  8. Secure the LN2600 router with the wall-mounting unit by attaching two wall-mount clamps each to the top and bottom of the wall-mounting unit. Secure the clamps with screws.
  9. On the right side of the wall-mount unit, secure the LN2600 router with eight heat sink screws.
  10. Install the grounding cable lug over the grounding points on the right of the wall-mounting unit, and secure them with grounding screws and washers.
    Figure 3: Grounding Points on the LN2600 Router
    Grounding Points on the LN2600 Router
    Grounding cable lug
    Grounding cable screws

The LN2600 router is now ready for use. Connect the power supply and cabling as required.