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TAT and CallPilot update

TAT and CallPilot update

TAT and CallPilot update

I have finally got TAT to work with my CallPilot after ONLY 6 MONTHS of dealing with Nortel.

It took several PEPs applied to the Call Pilot system to get it to work properly.

I remember someone on here was wanting to know when I got it to work, they were trying also. Check with your contact to get the latest and greatest.....
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RE: TAT and CallPilot update

What is tat?

RE: TAT and CallPilot update

Trunk Anti-Tromponing, used when tieing 2 systems together...

RE: TAT and CallPilot update

ok, thanks.

RE: TAT and CallPilot update

I do not think these were standard issue PEPs but made for our configuration to allow TAT to work when sending calls from CP to phones in my other succession system and forwarding call back to CP which is located at main succesion switch..

You may need to check with your vendor about them being able to go on your system if needed.....

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