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Remote access to PBX from mobile handset

Remote access to PBX from mobile handset

Remote access to PBX from mobile handset

I regularly dial directly into over 100 Realitis PBXs using my Nokia 9500 communicator and NewDialIn software which creates a 'Hyperterminal' type session so that I can carry out remote moves and changes without using a PC whilst I'm travelling, etc.

I am looking to see if there is a comparable system using a Nokia E97 but can't find anything under Symbian 60 that will simply dial a PBX and leave me at the OSL login prompt.

I've tried many programs on the handset but, once connected, they all attempt to create an IP session rather than a terminal screen that displays the header and OSL promt. I've tried forcing GSM and CSD connection but without any success.

Is anyone familiar with using the Nokia Communicator or something similar, such as a TYTN II or HTC handset?



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