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#1241 ramsaso

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Posted 23 April 2014 - 07:33 PM

I don't think so because I found that number in a business where I had access to their phone room. They were served by a Panasonic KX-TD1232 with a TVS200 and had 6 C.O trunks with hunt capabilities. It was listed next to their 66 block. I can't take photos though if you need some proof because it involves sensitive materials.

 

EDIT: I managed to snag a photo. 18 May 2014 at 00:49 CDT.

Please keep in mind that their PBX system was installed in late 1993... about 6 years before mandatory 10 digit dialing.


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#1242 smpl

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Posted 25 April 2014 - 08:26 PM

 

ANYWAY, i have a number for testing switchboards. You should know what my original area code is if you live in houston.

977-5100 ("Phone System. This is  XXXXX.")

 

Assuming I'm getting the area code right, I'm getting some guy's cell phone :| .

 

Area code 713... rings a lot then gets me to "Hello and thank you for calling <can't tell the name> service. All of our lines are busy at this time..."



#1243 ThoughtPhreaker

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Posted 19 May 2014 - 12:06 AM

319-854-9999 - Room monitor of some kind. It sounds like it's in an air duct.

405-382-9152 - Strange sounding tone with milliwatt timing. For some reason, AXE-10s always have lots of weird tones in them, and this is no exception.



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Posted 19 May 2014 - 11:03 AM

Thoughtphreaker : Very interesting stuff their.. I listened to 3198549999 for a few mins.. I wonder if it is either a unmanned central office or some type of smaller telephone building that someone an dial into and listen to see what a particular tech is doing? That number above is owned by Springville Co-Op Telephone..

 

I also must say that 405-382-9152 is a much more pleasant milliwatt tone than the normal milliwat tone!



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Posted 19 May 2014 - 06:01 PM

405-382-9152 - Strange sounding tone with milliwatt timing. For some reason, AXE-10s always have lots of weird tones in them, and this is no exception.

 

I've got one of those at my local AXE10. 959-1050.

 

Milliwatt is at 959-1020, (102 type test) so would that make that a 105 type test?



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Posted 23 May 2014 - 04:18 PM

800-263-8071 - "This pant live toll free number is not active." followed by 10 digit DNID and then 10 digit ANI



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Posted 31 May 2014 - 12:08 AM

All numbers here are in 608-282.

 

0000 - <click> "Thank you for using Midplains"

0005 - click + warbly continuous 0 in DTMF

0087 - Deep voice, "Due to heavy calling, all our operators are busy. If your call is an emergency, please hang up and dial 0 for assistance."

0079 - Real, actual spoofing, courtesy of AT&T! A recording similar to 0087 will play twice, and then send you to an operator. The call will come to her with an ANI fail, and she'll manually identify with whatever number (within reason; it should probably be an ex-Ameritech number in the 608 or a nearby NPA) she gives you. The usual special needs/operator privileges/etc jig will suffice to have a toll-free call connected. Charge ANI will be sent as 608, and CPN will get sent as whatever you tell her.

 

EDIT: I almost forgot to mention,the reason this spoofing trick works is because AT&T issued a fix to their TOPS tandems to stop operator assisted calls from producing ANI fails. The irony of it is beautifiul. None of the other LECs (to my knowledge) use this fix.


Edited by ThoughtPhreaker, 31 May 2014 - 12:29 AM.


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Posted 01 June 2014 - 12:53 AM

I tried to use the ANI fail and got the following results:

 

call #1: operator looked at her terminal for a minute then forwarded my call to directory assistance.

call #2: told op I was trying to make a person to person call, she transfered me to a supervisor who asked for the number I was calling from and calling to, which LD carrier I wanted to use, then my call d/c'd.

 

Anyone else have a better experience?



#1249 ThoughtPhreaker

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Posted 01 June 2014 - 10:42 AM

I think most LD carriers won't let calls through, even 0+, without charge ANI being sent forward. I could be wrong though, some of the carriers complain about losing a lot of money to phantom traffic.

 

If there's anything out of the ordinary you'd like to ask them to do, I happen to have the TOPS operator manual right here. Their training - if not straight from the book is probably pretty similar. The console they're at certainly is. http://thoughtphreak...ator_Manual.pdf


Edited by ThoughtPhreaker, 01 June 2014 - 11:27 AM.


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Posted 29 June 2014 - 05:51 PM

http://www.faa.gov/a...er/asos/?state=

 

Automated Weather Observation System, for airports. Here's a few interesting ones;

 

406-375-9149 - This one is served by an AXE-10. And has some weird pseudo-PBX arrangement with an off the shelf answering machine.

760-767-3308 - Really old model in the middle of nowhere

773-601-8921 - TTS model



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Posted 19 July 2014 - 09:28 AM

This is an AWOS number that is located at the Houston Executive Airport.

I don't know if this is using magnetic drum or digital.

 

713-WEATHER(932-8437) and 281-945-5451

"Houston Executive Airport Automated Weather Observation - 1407Z (ulu) ......."

Attached File  7139328437.mp3   1004.63KB   3 downloads

 

The number was listed on this PDF: http://weatherscout....3_10JAN2013.pdf


Edited by ramsaso, 19 July 2014 - 09:31 AM.


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Posted 20 July 2014 - 12:32 AM

 now the AM transmitter number says "AM transmitter. Please enter access code, asshole"

This technically isn't a PSTN number, but I thought I'd share it anyway since it made me laugh. 317-3999 on the MCI Vnet network will get you a recording from a German call center. The music bed on there is so eighties it hurts.

 

312-924-9925 - "Your intra-LATA toll provider is SBC Local Exchange Carrier or a reseller of the SBC Local Exchange Carrier's network."

503-654-9900 - Synthesized voice, "AM transmitter. Please enter access code"



#1253 ThoughtPhreaker

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Posted 06 August 2014 - 12:15 AM

Hahahahahaha, that's so weird! Must be a software defect xD . Seriously though, I know that's the sort of risk you take when you post numbers publicly, but to be honest, I'm a little impressed. I wasn't expecting anyone to do that.

 

618-939-1209 - This is an error message from an Innovative Systems Applications Peripheral sitting on a GTD-5. One of the few GTD-5s that isn't run by a GTE descendant, actually. For some reason, whenever (and only when) it rings the AP, it plays a really quiet ring.


Edited by ThoughtPhreaker, 06 August 2014 - 12:17 AM.


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Posted 10 August 2014 - 02:33 AM

803-894-9000-9004, 9006,9007 - A gaggle, murder, flock, and possibly even a posse of Sensaphones. 9002, 9004, 9006 are older models. All the numbers near these are subscribers, unfortunately.



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Posted 09 October 2014 - 07:03 PM

(503) 532-1234 Here's a dialtone from Nike's Avaya PBX. *76 will make it act as if you're sending an incoming call.



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Posted 12 October 2014 - 01:28 AM

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(503) 532-1234 Here's a dialtone from Nike's Avaya PBX. *76 will make it act as if you're sending an incoming call.

​I'll see you and raise you one ;) - 815-256-9000

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​If you press zero (or 0#; it doesn't seem to really listen for # signs as an end digit) , you'll get that Avaya warble tone, but it sounds like it might be made by someone else.

 

815-256-9999 is also a conference on that switch.






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