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Call Pilot 100/150 backup

Call Pilot 100/150 backup

Call Pilot 100/150 backup

I am having trouble doing a backup on a Call Pilot 100 2.0. I can log into the Call Pilot at with my ip address of I go to operations, backup and exit out of the browser. I get into the BRU and set up a place for the backup to save. When I give it the Call Pilot address of it tells me that it cannot connect to this site. I have tried using the BRU from a disk, going through a switch and even different Call Pilot machines.

I just appears that I am doing something wrong. Any Ideas?

RE: Call Pilot 100/150 backup

I am guessing it's because it is 2.0....still!?
2.0 was buggy version.

Upgrade to 3.1
Buy 3.1 card
Power down CP
Put new 3.1 in the front slot beside the existing one
Power up and wait 15 minutes
You have just upgraded the current 2.0 card to a 3.1
Power down and remove the new 3.1 card and keep it, or sell it or use it to upgrade another CP

Or view process with the laptop: https://www.tek-tips.com/faqs.cfm?fid=4797


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RE: Call Pilot 100/150 backup

Thank you Curly Cord. I'll see if I can get a 3.1 and try that.

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