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#1101 Lord 0xf

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Posted 15 August 2010 - 08:29 PM

Yeah what's up with numbers that pick up and DTMF their #s out then disconnect? What's this used for? There's a lot of them around me in the 212 NPA.

I recently decided, based on a joke from a friend that someone's number should be 800-EAT-SHIT, to see if there was a number like that.

I scanned a few prefixes in 303 area code and got this one :

303-EAT-SHIT
DTMF decoded, that's :
303-328-7448

This number just rings about 4 times, then disconnects itself. I've called it several times, on different days, at different hours but it only does this and nothing else.

An internet search on this phone # turns up nothing. Neither did 411.



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Posted 15 August 2010 - 09:15 PM

Yeah what's up with numbers that pick up and DTMF their #s out then disconnect? What's this used for? There's a lot of them around me in the 212 NPA.


I recently decided, based on a joke from a friend that someone's number should be 800-EAT-SHIT, to see if there was a number like that.

I scanned a few prefixes in 303 area code and got this one :

303-EAT-SHIT
DTMF decoded, that's :
303-328-7448

This number just rings about 4 times, then disconnects itself. I've called it several times, on different days, at different hours but it only does this and nothing else.

An internet search on this phone # turns up nothing. Neither did 411.

have you back spoofed the number since nothing came up with a reverse look up?

i found a # that reads back DMTF today, but have not decoded the tones yet... 718-890-1210 (890 is an exchange for verizon numbers only, not subscribers)

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Posted 16 August 2010 - 10:51 PM

646.48.13370

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 06:35 AM

641-269-1248 - Scratchy sampled voice thingie. 98 will make it dump all phrases. Monitoring equipment of some sort? If you don't press # when it answers, a modem will connect you to what looks like a completely different machine.

641-269-1222 - Feature IVR, voice samples from the DMS' EDRAM. Anybody have any idea what a pilot number is?

303-EAT-SHIT



Maybe it's just going offhook really silently and waiting for touchtones, or some other form of authentication. Also, could it be cellular black route? No, really, they exist. Once I got a MetroPCS non-payment recording trying to call Iowa from a DodgyFon. For those who aren't familiar with a black route, the idea is someone can re-originate a call over something without paying USFs. People will sell minutes on whatever they can get their hands on - cell phones, POTS lines, cable phones, T1s, whatever. If it costs significantly more to make a legitimate call somewhere, odds are there's someone who wants to make a "special carrier arrangement" to bypass those fees. The machines that run POTS black routes will force the line into a permanent signal condition when they're not in use (if you'd like to make a call, please hang up, etc), but with a cell phone, you can't do that. This could be their way of dealing with people who call it back. 

EDIT: Almost forgot about this.

515-859-1206 - Is this some sort of class of service readback machine? If you've got a second, tell me what it gives you from whatever you've got handy. This could be an awesome tool if we figure out what it's trying to read back. 

Edited by ThoughtPhreaker, 28 August 2010 - 05:21 AM.


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Posted 26 August 2010 - 09:32 AM

hmm-I called that 515 number from two cellys , with different providers and got an ANAC read-back on both phones (sort of). The first two numbers of my NPA were cut off , and so was the last digit of the number..

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Posted 28 August 2010 - 05:23 AM

Wow, erm, my face may or may not be red. Anywho,

541-669-4987 - Sprint Directory Assistance



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Posted 17 September 2010 - 04:45 PM

1-708-588-3913

metro water rec dist

I could have pulled their address with ease earlier but was not thinking, still can but that's besides the point.. I've never heard a number do this before. answers with dtmf. 1 through 0 seems to answer with two dtmf tones unless you hit * first, and # will disco.

anyone know what this is, or know any similar numbers before I start working on it???

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Posted 28 September 2010 - 07:40 PM

a bunch of contact numbers i found on the NANPA site at this planning letter http://www.nanpa.com/pdf/PL_402.pdf email addresses are also listed on the PDF file...

George Guerra AT&T 408-493-8507

Penny Compton CommPartners Connect 702-478-1717

Lynne Powers Global Crossing 585-255-1206

Ed Fox MetTel 212-607-2014

Jennifer Pyn Metro PCS 214-570-4897

Jim Weed One Communications 585-530-2609

Sal Spagnola Cablevision Lightpath 516-803-6267

Kathy Michaud Level 3 Communications 720-888-2392

Bea McKoy PAETEC 704-319-1351

Dan Meldazis Peerless Network 312-506-0933

Bruce Bennett Qwest Corporation 303-707-7013

Dana Brinnich Qwest Corporation 303-707-6810

Debbie Cumbo RCN 570-270-1843

Christina Cochrane-McKay RNK Communications 781-613-6246

Shaunna Forshee Sprint Nextel 913-827-0327

Natalie McNamer T-Mobile 630-960-8155

Maudie Gonzales Time Warner Telecom 303-542-4415

Yun Lee Verizon 516-832-2691

Gwen Zahn Verizon Wireless 412-496-6228

Donna Cassanite WVT Communications 845-986-2414

Bev Forfar YMAX Communications 732-598-1997

oh... edit to say W00T an actual telephone number for magic jack (YMAX)

Edited by nyphonejacks, 28 September 2010 - 07:42 PM.


#1109 JmanA9

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Posted 06 October 2010 - 06:25 PM

800-855-0000: You have reached the generic relay id number for at&t relay services. calls to this number cannot be completed. please hang up and call 711 or your state relay service for assistance.

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 03:54 PM

757-336-9980 - Just a normal not in service number in Verizon territory. This switch is...different, though. One out of six times, you'll get this;

http://thoughtphreak.../ais_xtalk.flac

Kind of odd to hear such a recent arrangement in that context.



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Posted 07 November 2010 - 06:43 PM

212-613-8900, xt. 3100 - Nortel PBX test announcement. Anybody know much about Application Builder?
206-782-0010 - Dear Qwest, please have your voice artists reach puberty before recording them for the whole world to hear.
904-653-2663 - Innovative Systems AP conference (accepts any 5 digit access code)

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 06:12 PM

212-613-8900, xt. 3100 - Nortel PBX test announcement. Anybody know much about Application Builder?
206-782-0010 - Dear Qwest, please have your voice artists reach puberty before recording them for the whole world to hear.
904-653-2663 - Innovative Systems AP conference (accepts any 5 digit access code)


Perhaps these Nortel manuals will help (see attachments) :

Attached File  Reference Guide for Nortel Mail.pdf   37.75KB   2 downloads
Attached File  Release Note for Nortel CallPilot-Mail.pdf   15KB   2 downloads
Attached File  Supplementary Guide for Nortel CallPilot-Mail.pdf   2.99MB   1 downloads
Attached File  User Guide for Nortel Mail.pdf   282.12KB   2 downloads
Attached File  Users Guide for Nortel Mail.pdf   1.81MB   1 downloads

Application Builder is part of CallPilot. It's used to build mailboxes, templates, mailbox classes, RPLs, & SDLs-maybe more.

Ext. 3100 is no doubt the guy testing the mailbox he just built, hence his wording.

Edited by resistor X, 19 November 2010 - 06:25 PM.


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Posted 11 December 2010 - 04:22 PM

I found this number a few years ago when I found out about the CBS Feed at 3408, and I always used to play around with it.

800-711-3407 - Flight Test Airplane Status System Main Menu

Call in, and it gives you options for a variety of planes somewhere. Selecting a plane or option will give you a recorded message about the status and location of that plane, and make references to various codes about these planes.

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Posted 28 December 2010 - 09:12 PM

Here's some BT goodness, courtesy of one of their rare DMS-100s
+44-20-7707-
9999 - rec, "You have reached a BT test announcement on London Jupiter ASU at B-nod(?) house"
9997 - Equipment Engaged tone
9996 - rec, "Sorry, your call cannot be connected at present. Please try again."

9992 - rec, supe, "We're sorry, but this department is now closed..."
9991 - MOH, no supe
9990 - Vivaldi MOH, no supe
9988 - rec, "The number you have dialed has not been recognized. Please check and try again."
9972 - Reorder tone?

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Posted 09 January 2011 - 02:29 AM

317-736-0003 - Unsettlingly cheery Sprint wakeup call recording
570-674-0086 - Very strange sounding ANAC
570-674-0098 - EDRAM voice, "Please enter a code to remote access a feature"

888-907-6638 - Global Crossing SONET NOC
706-632-0000 - TDS Telecom NOC
503-748-0080 - Siemens elevator
712-432-8823 - Shady horoscope line

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Posted 13 January 2011 - 03:37 PM

540-231-9999 - Biscuit order line? I guess this is something where employees can call to order a biscuit for the next morning. I thought it was kind of funny.

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Posted 17 January 2011 - 01:44 AM

9999 - rec, "You have reached a BT test announcement on London Jupiter ASU at B-nod(?) house"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baynard_House

I just saw "The King's Speech," so I can decipher Proper English.

Edited by JmanA9, 17 January 2011 - 01:45 AM.


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Posted 22 January 2011 - 06:17 PM

540-231-9999 - Biscuit order line? I guess this is something where employees can call to order a biscuit for the next morning. I thought it was kind of funny.



VM was full on Saturday...anyone know if it's chronically full like an abandoned mailbox, or are biscuits very popular at this company....


EDIT- a little googling leads me to believe that this phone number may belong to virginia tech... could it be a special cafeteria service for profs ?

Edited by cvzero, 22 January 2011 - 06:21 PM.


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Posted 22 January 2011 - 09:14 PM

Was going through some of my asterisk recordings from last June and ran across this interesting number. Confirmed it is still giving the same response tonight.

907 372 9999 in Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska

When you call it, you hear what sounds like a bunch of unrelated recording segments pasted together.

"SIT 3 2 1 hang up now. Please hang up. The number you are trying to reach is off. It will remain off - is now on - is now off. Please read the instruction card. For emergencies, please hang up and try again later - at midnight."

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Posted 26 January 2011 - 07:16 AM

540-231-9999 - Biscuit order line? I guess this is something where employees can call to order a biscuit for the next morning. I thought it was kind of funny.


It's full! Damn, those must be some good biscuits.

So someone reposted this from an 80's textfile back in 2007;

212-799-5017 ABC NEW YORK FEED LINE



I think this is some kind of hub that distributes TV content to the local ABC channels. Try listening whenever ABC does their news stuff in the morning. The same segment repeats multiple times. Also, you'll hear gems like this;

http://thoughtphreak...io/livein60.wav


Also, Qwest has a new AIS - 801-255-0017

Here's some interesting messages from the old one;
218-935-9992
218-935-9993

Edited by ThoughtPhreaker, 26 January 2011 - 07:18 AM.





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