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Call pilot 150 failing to listen on port 2223

Call pilot 150 failing to listen on port 2223

Call pilot 150 failing to listen on port 2223

Hi everyone, i have a Windows XP Professional SP2 running as a Windows Virtual Machine on a Windows 7 laptop.
I have installed RCC Version: CPL_CC_31.10.28c.22_10_31_2007
The laptop's Network card is bridged and the virtual machine has a separate IP address.
My Call Pilot 150 version is

When running the connection test i can see that ports 8088 and base port 2222 are passing, however, port 2223 isn't. I believe the issue can be with missmatch of software versions between Call Pilot and RCC or possibly this port 2223 is blocked on CP150 version.
would there be anything else to look for? I hired a telcom company but they keep running me around by first saying that first i had to downgrade from SP3 to SP2 which i did and now they are telling me that i should not run this on a virtual machine. i am really stuck here and need to finish this project ASAP.

Thank you in advanced.

RE: Call pilot 150 failing to listen on port 2223

I would tend to agree, it is designed to run on it's OWN PC with XP running SP2 ONLY.
Even installing IE8 will result in issues and a complete reinstall.

If you want to try and cheat (which is fine to try) and use XP mode then your on your own unfortunately as vendors and Nortel/Avaya will not support anything but.

Always check compatibility before doing any upgrades on software's.


Toronto Canada

RE: Call pilot 150 failing to listen on port 2223

The vendor provided his own pc today and the issue persisted on a stand alone pc as well. The next step will be to reinstall the CP S/W or possibly replace the call pilot. I hope i wont have to do this due to its cost.

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