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Adding CallPilot manager to a computer

Adding CallPilot manager to a computer

Adding CallPilot manager to a computer

Hello all
Can I get some assistance on how to add the CallPiolt manager to a client computer.
Want to allow them access to changing the announcements on the AA as the seasons change I the clients business.
In advance I want to thank anyone who has suggestions
As well, for my Canadian friends, Happy Thanksgiving.
To all stay safe and health

RE: Adding CallPilot manager to a computer

HT back at you.

On the clients PC all you need is a web browser.
On the Callpilot 100/150 the default IP is so connect your laptop change your IP to then connect to the CP.
In Configuration at the bottom is where you can change the IP for the clients network range.
If the IP is unknown/not default then see the FAQ's how to connect via the serial cable where you will reboot the CP then watch for the section to change the IP.

For the clients PC in the browsers address field enter the following:
Callpilot 100/150: https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Callpilot BCM: https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/CallPilotManager


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