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Posted on 2009-04-10
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I have an Avaya system I want to put in an ATM machine in place of a Pay Phone that I have.  What do I need to do on my system to make this work. My system is a Lucent/Guestworks 125
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I'll make the following assumptions and correct me if they're wrong:  the pay phone service is being provided via an analog service from your Avaya; the ATM you are putting in place need an analog line for it's modem (its not IP based)...
The pay phone and the ATM should both be analog, so there really is nothing else you need to do as the line provided should be sufficient.
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mycroftx earned 500 total points
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You will need to set the feature on the line to Dial3k from Dial, assuming its like the ATM installs we used to do before tehey moved the hardware to frame or ethernet.
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