Craft access system

Craft access system

The Craft Access System was a system developed by AT&T in the late 1980s that allowed telephone employees to access a given work order system (e.g., LMOS) by means of various pocket-PC like devices (Craft Access Terminals) which connected to the landline telephone system. Various spoofs still exist today, although they have developed considerably.

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