There are two antennas, one internal (the soldered lead, a small separate board) and one external. There are three screws hidden under the silver trim ring, the ring simply pulls off with a bit of prying. Here are the first 3 images to aid in disassembly.
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I too won an ebay auction but have not yet received any information from the seller regarding how to pay them. Been sitting for two weeks now, 3 messages sent with no response. Bleh. Was hoping to have gotten my hands on it and get it redirected to DE by now.
At this point I am trying for another one. I hope none of us are bidding against each other! :D
Off topic but POW is that a bathroom ventilation fan in your closet? You venting your network and router farts so you don't have to smell them or something? _________________ Netgear R7000 w/r31780M <KONG> build
Netgear R6700 (Un-opened with stock. My backup/emergency router if the R7000 takes a dump...)
2x Buffalo WHR-HP-GN 28493 (Used for 2.4 Ghz bridge when needed.)
Asus WL-500g Premium (1x v1 & 1x v2) (Still have, but retired for now.)
1x Linksys WRT54G v8 >>DD-WRT v24SP1 (The other routers needed something to point at and make fun of.)
The routers don't smell, but when the family cats use the litterbox in the next room I think about relocating the vent fan!
Right now I only have the one computer (Dell desktop visible under the UPS and LCD) and a few switches/routers running. Not a whole lot of processing happening on the Dell right now, which is mainly used as a fileserver. Earlier when I had a process running that had the CPU pegged 100% (a stupidly inefficient piece of software) the closet was getting pretty warm. I installed the vent fan to push the heat outside, drawing in the naturally cooler air from the basement this resides in. Right now I have the fan turned off and the doors open to instead let the heat warm up the basement. It's pretty cool down there right now... should fire up that process again or do some folding or something.