We're installing AP1130 APs at some of our schools and we're using outdoor rated CAT6a patch cables to connect them from the AP to the data connection just inside the building (and CAT6a back to the wiring closet). Aerohive's instructions for the AP1130 mention using an outdoor rated CAT5 cable but makes no mention of the thicker CAT6a cable. Because the CAT6a cable is thicker, we cannot put on the included slotted cable grip and waterproof plug inside the threaded housing. With just the CAT6a patch cable in the threaded housing with the threaded nut, it's possible to pull on the patch cable and have it become disconnected from the AP as the patch cable does not "click" securely to the AP using the threaded housing. If I remove the threaded housing altogether and just just plug in the CAT6a patch cable to the AP, the patch cable "clicks" into the AP and is secure. I was just wondering if anyone else has run into this situation and if you did anything differently with the threaded housing. Also, if I don't use the threaded housing at all, does Aerohive still standby the warranty?