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Old 12-04-2023, 01:55 PM   #1
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Starlink Modem Cable

I am trying to figure out the best way to route my indoor Starlink modem cable to satellite dish outdoors. Would anyone be able to give advice on this?
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Old 12-04-2023, 02:43 PM   #2
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Not sure which Type & Model RV you have, so it would be hard to give advice. Please list the Type (Class C, 5th Wheel, etc.) & model so the members can help.


I can tell you that this Item helped me tremendously while routing cable. It lets you remove Cable when you are moving then reinstall when parked. It does seal Opening when moving.


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I have a 2022 North Point 310RLTS.
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I routed ours from the outside through the snap cover into the pass-through then followed the wire bundle that comes up under the dresser in the bedroom. I drilled a hole near the bottom of the dresser and put the router on top of the dresser. When traveling, just unplug from the dish and pull the cable up into the pass-thru
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Old 12-20-2023, 12:34 PM   #5
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look for existing paths EX low point drains/ refrigerator vents, etc.

also google / amazon for cable Glands

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Old 01-07-2024, 11:25 AM   #6
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Quick and Easy Temporary Cable Access from the Outside

If you have a slideout, you can bring the cable in by pushing it underneath the slide. Slideouts have rubber seals around all sides and the one on the bottom makes a quick, temporary way to bring in a cable from the outside.


As an amateur radio operator, I frequently use this method to setup my station.
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