Want to dial into an Step By Step Switch?
Posted 26 November 2003 - 08:32 PM
a guy on a yahoo forum said he had an old step by step switch actually setup at his house and he would provide the access number if you emailed him! so i emailed him and he emailed me back with this!
217-234-6890 is the access number
#2 will disconnect and return new dial tone
#7 will gracefully disconnect, (or simply hang-up)
Office NXX is 682, connector group is 4XXX (TPL)
682-4499 connector test
682-4102 1000 cy. tone, (a motor driven unit)
These two numbers typically interfere with the access device's ability
to recognize #2 and #7 due to volume level.
682-4121, -4171 permanent busy
-4785, -4445, -4723 -4945, -4952, -4980, -4930 some working numbers
Attached is the connector record sheets showing all the working
terminal numbers in the office.
375-xxxx routes to an EAS trunk that loops back into the same switch
via repeaters, DX signaling, and incoming selectors. One trunk has a
intentional ground to create a "distant" sound simulating many miles of
The access number is also used for dial-up access to my ISP and may be
busy a large portion of the time.
he actually also included an excel file attachment that lists the equipment used and what numbers are what. i exported it to html and uploaded it HERE for everyone to check out. yes lines do connect into his house apparently so please do not mess with him and make him shut this down!!
i thought this was really cool so i just wanted to share it with everyone else!! Enjoy!
Posted 26 November 2003 - 09:49 PM
Posted 26 November 2003 - 10:24 PM
You know that posting the number in a public forum like this will increase the chances of it going down, don't you? I do appreciate the info though.
yeah i know but ive played around with it a bit and i think everyone else should have a chance to as well!
Posted 26 November 2003 - 10:57 PM
everyone here is pretty cool, but there have been one or two cases.. maybe that guy's email instead?
Posted 26 November 2003 - 11:43 PM
Thanks for posting the number, this is very interesting.
Posted 27 November 2003 - 03:36 AM
Posted 27 November 2003 - 04:14 PM
Posted 28 November 2003 - 12:52 PM
xx99 is never never never assigned to a step customer, so you'll likely find the same test in every single connector group at xx99.
682-4499 connector test
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