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I need to replace a call pilot 150

I need to replace a call pilot 150

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I need to replace a call pilot 150 system do to a faulty RJ45 jack. Can the sys id be changed on the new system so that I can use the old pcmcia card and not have to reprogram the whole system.

RE: I need to replace a call pilot 150

You cannot change the system id on any product.
You can swap the card to keep programming.
You must put in a ticket with Ayaya to migrated the key codes form one to the other.

If they no longer support that then wsome of us can do other options for you.

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RE: I need to replace a call pilot 150

As curly stated.. just swap over the PCMCIA card and the programming will hold. If you need additional mailboxes, you can find them cheap on eBay. Much easier route than opening a ticket with Avaya.

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