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Is there a test simulator for call pilot?

Is there a test simulator for call pilot?

Is there a test simulator for call pilot?

I am fairly new to telephony and Call Pilot but am wondering if there is any kind of Callpilot test simulator or testing environment. Specifically, we would like some way to test time of day controllers without doing it in a production environment and just hoping everything works. Just wondering if there were any 3rd party products to help with testing menus outside a production environment.

RE: Is there a test simulator for call pilot?

Have never heard of one


RE: Is there a test simulator for call pilot?

What about programming another Tree and use Analog ports and Trunks to test.
Or program a spare trunk and call in to test.
Strange request.

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RE: Is there a test simulator for call pilot?

Just build some test applications with extensions that aren't in use. And instead of tweaking the time on the call pilot,adjust the time for the test application.

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