Posted 02 December 2012 - 03:41 PM
So more to the point, why'd they stick one in? Your guess is as good as mine, maybe they're planning a rollout of APs, or the Cognotronics machine just blew into a million pieces. They could've bought a CS-1500 and stuck one in, it's really hard to tell the difference between the two (the CS-1500 is like a closet softswitch, it's basically a new hardware revision for the DMS-10 with different name).
Either way, all these recordings are really, really new, it's almost a little surreal hearing it from a DMS-10. Even if announcements don't interest you, this is kind of a unique scan to begin with. Enjoy!
0000 - Reorder via SS7
0001 - PIC restriction rec
0002 - Ringout
0003 - rec, "The number you are calling is not working at this time due to temporary routing problems. Please try your call again later." (ACB equivalent?)
0005 - 105-type test? Doesn't respond to digits
0008 - Busy signal via DMS-10
0009 - 102-type milliwatt
0010 - 102-type milliwatt
0012 - AP lady, coin deposit recording
0015 - CBCAD
0020 - Long burst of high tone. Expecting digits?
0021 - Ringout
0022 - Ringout
0027 - CBCAD w/access code dialed
0029 - rec, "Your call has been completed. However the party you are calling is not receiving calls at this time."
0030 - Reorder via SS7
0031 - AIS report, number in service
0035 - Dial tone (several seconds w/o listening for digits)
0039 - Several seconds of off-hook tone
0041 - Ringout
0042 - Double ring, hangs up after one cycle
0043 - Solid ringback tone, hangs up after ~8 seconds
0044 - Reorder via DMS-10
0048 - Reorder, hangs up after several seconds
0055 - Dial 1/0 first rec
0057 - 105-type test
0062 - *57 temporarily unavailable rec
0063 - AP lady, "We're sorry, you are not a subscriber to this service. If you wish to subscribe, please call the business office"
0064 - CBCAD
0066 - Dial 1/0 first rec
0067 - Dial 1 first rec
0068 - 100-type test
0069 - Dialing 0 not necessary rec
0070 - NIS recording
0072 - Reorder via DMS-10
0075 - Subscriber, ported to CLEC
0077 - CBCAD/check your instruction manual
0080 - Long, solid low tone
0081 - Permanent signal rec
0082 - YCDNGT
0083 - Same as 0001
0084 - Long silence, no supe
0087 - LD network difficulties rec
0088 - Dialing PIC not necessary rec
0089 - Blocked calls not accepted rec
0090 - ACB rec
0091 - *57 fail rec
0098 - Reorder via SS7
0099 - Busy via SS7
Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:05 PM
Posted 10 December 2012 - 09:32 PM
If it's distinct you like, though, you might want to take a look at Metaswitch VP3500 prompts. 218-699-0001 is a good example of this. Particularly with their ANAC samples (one down), they have a lot of really glaring problems with both the voiceover talent and the way they engineered the recording session.
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