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Posted By: jmics Call Pilot 100 3.1 Attendant DN - 11/04/08 01:49 PM
For this unit the Quick Startup Wizard asks for the Attendant DN, among other parameters. Is that the same as the Call Pilot DN ? Is it the CICS Attendant DN ? Do I assign that number ? Does it default ? If so, to what ? If I leave it out of the Quick Wizard, do bad things happen ? Is there a place to fill it in afterward ?
Posted By: sentrex1 Re: Call Pilot 100 3.1 Attendant DN - 11/04/08 02:36 PM
i think its the operator ie 221 the call pilot dn is just for the path like if you do f 984 it goes to the call pilot dn
Posted By: Yanick Re: Call Pilot 100 3.1 Attendant DN - 11/04/08 04:05 PM
The CP DN is assigned by your CICS/MICS on port A; attendant DN is the "0" that people dial.

you can skip that step and put it in later or leave it blank
Posted By: jmics Re: Call Pilot 100 3.1 Attendant DN - 11/04/08 09:26 PM
How do I determine what DN in the CICS is assigned to the "0" Operator ?
Posted By: vad60 Re: Call Pilot 100 3.1 Attendant DN - 11/05/08 02:09 AM
By default its a first ext.21, 221 or 2221 depends on numbering plan.If different you can find that in System programming > Direct dial. The easiest way is to dial 0 from any phone and see which one is ringing.
Posted By: telemarv Re: Call Pilot 100 3.1 Attendant DN - 11/05/08 01:54 PM
jmic,
The Mods have been reviewing your posts and questions.

You have repeatedly shown very limited knowledge of Nortel products. I think it's time to open the books/take a course. Tech Talk is not here to teach you to be a Nortel technician. This is an end user and basic installer forum only.

I hope you are not charging for the services you are providing. If you are, it very unprofessional to call yourself a Nortel telephone technician.
Posted By: vad60 Re: Call Pilot 100 3.1 Attendant DN - 11/05/08 06:43 PM
I agree with Marv.
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