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#1141 ThoughtPhreaker

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Posted 16 March 2011 - 05:28 AM

Feed line of some sort - 216-781-9310

Beware, it's a bit loud ;) .

Here's it's German counterpart;

+49-81-61-42-062

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 08:27 AM

Here's a couple of odd numbers -
541-459-0000 - Strange buzzing noise (CNAM: QWEST CORP)
718-517-9800 - Loud, raucous noise
970-369-0099 - Otis elevator in tiny, isolated resort town, on odd sounding PBX

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Posted 12 April 2011 - 09:09 PM

Interesting payphone on EWCD switch (non digital, no dtmf and CID), this line is VLF with SSB so sounds very nice


What mean VLF and SSB?. HF link?
Thanks in advance!!!

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Posted 12 April 2011 - 09:26 PM


Interesting payphone on EWCD switch (non digital, no dtmf and CID), this line is VLF with SSB so sounds very nice


What mean VLF and SSB?. HF link?
Thanks in advance!!!

just a guess... could be wrong... VLF - very low frequency SSB - single side band HF - high frequency

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Posted 09 May 2011 - 12:25 AM

310-347-3277

"id number 1 all channels are normal..(tone) channel 1 normal channel 2 normal channel 3 normal channel 4 normal... (tone) -(repeats 3x).... goodbye"

it appears that it is from some bakery... possibly some type of monitoring system?
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Posted 12 May 2011 - 06:56 PM

710-982-2303

Takes a long time (over 30 seconds) to go through. When it finally goes through, a standard dial tone comes on. If you dial anything, it asks for a PIN. If you do not dial within about 5 seconds it hangs up.

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Posted 12 May 2011 - 10:05 PM

710-NCS-GETS is supposedly the only number in the 710 area code... although i would assume that there are plenty others hidden in there...

with that said - i get a reorder from my voip provider, and a "hmm.. that does not appear to be a valid number" with google voice for 710-982-2303

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Posted 12 May 2011 - 10:27 PM

710-NCS-GETS is supposedly the only number in the 710 area code... although i would assume that there are plenty others hidden in there...

with that said - i get a reorder from my voip provider, and a "hmm.. that does not appear to be a valid number" with google voice for 710-982-2303


Perhaps I'd call that government NPA if I beige boxed and called it from the # I boxed into.

I have to wonder what's on the other side if you put in the correct PIN.

P.S. There are other numbers, I had once called a few. I recall trying 710-000-0000 for the heck of it but it failed.

Edited by resistor X, 12 May 2011 - 10:29 PM.


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Posted 13 May 2011 - 07:24 PM

710-NCS-GETS is supposedly the only number in the 710 area code... although i would assume that there are plenty others hidden in there...

with that said - i get a reorder from my voip provider, and a "hmm.. that does not appear to be a valid number" with google voice for 710-982-2303


From my IPhone, 710-982-2303 gets a different tone (sounds somewhat like low tone) after just a few seconds, then the same request to enter a PIN when dialing something.

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Posted 14 May 2011 - 01:35 PM

As far as I'm aware, there's three different GETS networks - or at least three different ways onto it. 101-0288, 101-0222, and 101-0333 (AT&T, MCI, and Sprint) all run separate gateways that process calls. While AT&T and Sprint use independent platforms, MCI has a DMS process calls, possibly even the very same one used for normal long distance calls.

So GETS as it stands is essentially like a toll-free number, but without the screwy SMS-800 routings, or dependency on a single carrier. Even if you don't have long distance service, a 1+ call to the 710 NPA will route perfectly fine; it's designed to be free from everything. There was even a message on Protel's site a few years back encouraging COCOT owners to make 710 calls free.

In other news, 710-555-xxxx will get you an error recording instead of the typical GETS platform on one of these carriers.

202-651-9911 - This recording is funny in a bureaucratic, phone company sort of way.

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Posted 14 May 2011 - 02:37 PM

Maybe this is a good place to get help identifying different numbers.

15098846923 MARK weird beepy thing
15098842710 MARK weird beepy thing

Both numbers do the same thing: ring normally a few times, then start making what I think is supposed to sound like a ring, but really just sounds like some beeping. Then there are some high-pitched tones, then it hangs up. I see these all the time, I have no idea what they are.

15098844752 MARK "This is the district autodialer, kit key 1 for alarms * to acknowledge # to exit"

Sounds like it might be interesting. Recording is low-quality and hard to understand, I might not have transcribed it right. Sounds like some hacked-together thing.

I also find a lot of modems that answer with "REMOTE nnnnn" with the n's being some digit. I would love to know what these are, I see them all the time. They stay connected for about sixty seconds, and then disconnect. Sometimes just before the call is ended it sends "AT" like it's not waiting long enough before sending the modem commands, and also strongly suggesting is a modem that takes AT commands rather than some embedded thing. Here's a log of one:

ATDT 15098840697
CONNECT 9600/ARQ/V34/LAPM
REMOTE 45941
AT
NO CARRIER

I know it's probably not anything terribly interesting, but it's been gnawing at me.

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Posted 19 May 2011 - 01:21 PM

15098846923 MARK weird beepy thing
15098842710 MARK weird beepy thing




Believe it or not, faxes. You know that tone faxes make when they dial out? Try generating that, they'll magically turn into a fax carrier. There's loads of these out there for some reason.

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Posted 21 May 2011 - 12:15 PM

15098846923 MARK weird beepy thing
15098842710 MARK weird beepy thing




Believe it or not, faxes. You know that tone faxes make when they dial out? Try generating that, they'll magically turn into a fax carrier. There's loads of these out there for some reason.


Huh, interesting. Is that ancient faxes, or reasonably-modern-but-unusual faxes?

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Posted 29 May 2011 - 08:39 PM

Huh, interesting. Is that ancient faxes, or reasonably-modern-but-unusual faxes?




They support reasonably modern modulation standards, so I'd think so. It could be one or two manufacturers just has a different idea of how to answer calls.


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979-847-9185
979-847-9186
979-847-9187
979-847-9188
979-847-9189
979-847-9190
360-832-0034
308-726-2663 - Any five digit conference number works, maximum of four participants



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Posted 11 June 2011 - 09:03 PM

timewarner
pac-877-866-8833/noc-877-777-2263/ rochesternydisbatch-315-362-3995


frontier/noc-866-474-7662


comcast
noc-888-662-6386
survalence-301-456-8846/headquarters-215-665-1700/maitnence-888-662-6386


att
repair-800-515-7272


rcmac southeast-816-275-1401


midwest pots-800-842-5259


kentucky wmc-502-363-6034




ca dms survalence-916-977-7583


ca automated transfer mlac/rcmac-800-980-0272


national mlac/rcmac-888-509-9399


ca provisioning-800-211-9494 screw adam/max =)










verizon


rcmac-800-932-2230


mid atlantic center-877-327-2662


de frame-302-856-0034


switching-972-615-8228


nj ncc-973-408-9980


nortin va frame-276-679-9993


ny manhatton rcmac-212-681-5222


ny garden city noc-516-832-8722


va assignments-800-339-6459


directory-866-489-3932


helpdesk-800-569-8799


mass lowell noc-978-446-8400


mass tortan noc-508-884-1300/1400


ca rcmac-800-483-7265/800-941-1700/800-286-6625


ca ncc-866-483-4100


ohio ndc-888-868-1848


michigan ndc-877-570-2673


new york city ny rcmac-888-414-7994


pembroke va ntc-888-466-9209


payroll-866-489-7297


909-382 frame-909-382-0000/909-307-9202


verizonwireless


nrb-8668998998


nocw-8666130794


noce-8772646620


it-8778031958


etni-8668994872


san bernardino california frame-909-888-0000/0009/0005


tmobile


noc-888-218-6664


dealer call in-888-310-8369


cricket noc-505-872-7741


metropcs
cs-888-863-8768
noc-866-672-6727


sprint
lnp-877-727-1100
noc-866-400-6040
ipservices-412-622-6007
provisioning-888-612-9934


att Puerto Rico noc-787-620-3049


charter noc-866-chtr-noc
cavalier telephone noc-888-662-5700
broadwing noc-877-946-4777




qwest
helpdesk-877-828-4357
employee locator-800-879-4357
lrac-888-896-3549
assignments-800-513-5558
noc-877-886-6515
security-888-879-7328
unicall security-866-864-2255


millawatt-905-290-0102
millawatt-647-430-0102 n
millawatt-416-916-8102
cpn-888-902-9998
millawatt-516-378-9932
comcast test number-501-374-0453
millawatt-317-614-9960/9975
dms500 msg-317-614-9901
elvis-718-238-9901
mci anac tells cpn ani 8004377950

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Posted 19 June 2011 - 06:07 PM

speaking of 710's I recently heard about a couple that call this company - evolve ip - If memory serves me right..
665 3600 is one of them

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Posted 21 June 2011 - 03:59 PM

What carrier are you trying this on? I just get the usual prompt for a PIN number.

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Posted 21 June 2011 - 08:37 PM

What carrier are you trying this on? I just get the usual prompt for a PIN number.


ooma gets me a reorder, boost mobile CDMA (sprint) gets me *tone* "please reenter your pin now"

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Posted 22 June 2011 - 09:01 PM

I get a CBCAD Magic Jack. Tone + please enter your pin on AT&T.

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Posted 29 June 2011 - 12:17 AM

ya tp-gives me tone when using celly-though i thought it was unique cuz i only found a few-didnt think to try from regular phone-the dialers are in the computer i did a 700 xxx xxxx and got the carrier name bt i forget,, I'll be back in a week or so and post more when I find out




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