3) I decided to use one large drawer and because I wanted to route some cabling I decided to use the back plate of a small drawer.
Just put the drawer together as normal but when doing the backing plate re-drill the hole attaching the sides to the back plate.
4) Snap or saw one of the spare drawer bottoms in half to create a platform on top of the drawer for a router or other equipment.
5) Use small long screws to hang any light equipment (wifi access-points etc) from the sides, and I found that attatching a power strip to the inside can be done with zipties and drilling a hole in the side for the ziptie to go trough.
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