Weird # I found while scanning. When calling it it reads back a bunch of letters then a line #. Then it prompts you to enter a test ANI, DNIS, & II digits. After that it prompts for a date format and time. Then says some thing about gerenic option 1. Then forwards to Bank of America!? Weird shit! The # is 800-555-1170. Check it out..
This seems to be a test line for VoIP gateway, maybe a Mediant 2000.
When called, it responds with "next name:" (male voice) "BNKCA18" (female voice) "system:" (male voice) "141" (female voice) "line #:" (male voice) "x" (female voice), where x=is increased by 1 with each call.
You are then prompted for a test DNIS, II, date, time, and "generic option 1"
I think that this # tests the termination to a california call center for Bank of America credit cards.
This is speculation, but I think that the next name: BNKCA18 stands for: Bank, California, #18), and the system 141 refers to the gateway for the credit card center. The "generic option" is a 16 digit pin that if correctly entered, sends the call to customer service, and pulls up the customer's account information on the service associate's terminal. Otherwise it drops to the automated system to sign up for a credit card.
Edited by 10nix, 24 July 2005 - 12:53 PM.