Identify the location where you will install the
firewall and ensure there are no building services (water, gas,
or wiring) behind the wall.
Attach the wall-mount bracket to the bottom of the firewall
using four 6-32 x 1/4” Phillips-head screws and torque each screw
to 9 in-lbs.
Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to install the appropriate
hardware to mount the firewall to the wall based on the wall type:
To ensure proper heat dissipation, install the firewall
so that the front panel (with ports and LEDs) faces either left
—First hold the firewall up to the wall
where you will install it and use a sharp object to mark the wall
behind the center of each of the four wall-mount bracket holes.
Remove the firewall and press a drywall anchor into the center of
each of the four locations you marked and use your screwdriver to
apply pressure while turning the anchor clockwise until the surface
of the anchor is flush with the wall. Mount the firewall to the
wall using four anchor screws.
—Hold the firewall up to the wall where you will
install it and then use a Phillips-head screwdriver to mount the
bracket to the wall using four 3/4” plywood screws.