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Call Manager to Call Pilot intergration

Call Manager to Call Pilot intergration

Call Manager to Call Pilot intergration

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We've implemented Qsig between a Qption 81 Nortel and Call Manager 4.1.  We've got everything working except getting Call Pilot to accept the digits from CNA.  From our understanding Call Pilot is looking for and Access Code + Location Code + Extension.  And I guess the Location code is flagged via the NMS protocol.  Has anyone gotten this working and can offer any advice?  I'm new to this forum so excuse me if this may already be out there somewhere.  I did a search and came up with nothing.

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RE: Call Manager to Call Pilot intergration

ESN Access Codes and LOC Codes are used if you are networking Nortel to Nortel.  I don't think it would be used on a different platform.  NMS is basically used to light the MWI across the network.  Sorry, not much help, but I would think the Call Pilot would be looking for the mailbox number to send it to.  

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