rbcp

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About rbcp

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  • Birthday 11/07/1972

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  1. Looks like Callcentric is offering free numbers now which includes 3 incoming trunks. As far as I could tell, IPKall had unlimited trunks, but I rarely have more than 2 or 3 people on my system at a time. I'm going to try setting one up and see how it goes. http://www.callcentric.com/dids/free_phone_number
  2. I'm using them for my public Asterisk number. I'll miss how free they are. Anyone know of any good replacements? Maybe I'll just hook 3 or 4 Google Voice numbers into it since I'm a cheapskate.
  3. Nope, the only way to call in is by the telephone number.
  4. Those are some sexy beeps and clickings. And when you press 3305 the NSA shows up at your house.
  5. Hopefully I didn't post about this already here, but I'm old and decrepit so I may have. A couple months ago I set up an Asterisk / FreePBX system that's mostly designed for callers to hack into old answering machines. So far I've hooked 7 answering machines into the system and they all have remote access capabilities. I only have one tape-based machine and I think it's from the 1990's. I'm hoping to find some older tape models soon to add to the system, but I never seem to find those in thrift stores, so most of the machines are late 90's and early 2000's. My plan is to have a total of 10 answering machines available for hacking. The number to reach the machines is 206-424-8422. More information about the setup and the machines can be found here. There's also a "choose your own adventure" story that you can navigate through, a conference bridge, and some Autovon options if you're the type to have extra touch tones available. And most importantly is the option that connects you directly to a weird guy in The Netherlands who will talk to you if he's around. I've been meaning to put up a collection of old phone message systems from the 70's and 80's, like dial-a-prayer and dial-a-joke and things like that, but so far I've only put one recording up. One thing that I'd really like to get set up on it is a "voice BBS" like the old Defcon voice bridge used to have. It was a bunch of public voice messages left by callers that you could scroll through, and you could append your own message onto it for other people to hear. I've looked around for an Asterisk script that will do that, but haven't been able to find anything, so I'm probably going to have to create my own. It shouldn't be too hard, aside from finding some spare time to do it. If anyone knows of a script available for that kind of thing, please let me know. So yeah, enjoy the system, hack some machines, let me know what you think, and be nice when you find gaping security holes in my system because I'm new to all this Asterisk stuff.
  6. Hey, quit trying to take credit for what that girl was writing in her notebook.
  7. You weirdos into old phone stuff might enjoy this song and video. The song is about phreaking in the 80's/90's, but never having a good partner in crime for it. The video footage was submitted by about 20 different people and edited together by me. I command you to enjoy it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ieT4VkL-n4
  8. I put it in myself. Come on, law enforcement doesn't suck THAT bad.
  9. Hah, that's a picture of the TNI on my old house with a line-in tap inside of it. I posted that somewhere online about 10 years ago, but I can't remember why.
  10. http://www.engadget.com/2013/03/20/att-wireless-home-phone-goes-prepaid/ Here's a new $100 device that will give your home phones prepaid cell service through AT&T. Only $20/month for unlimited U.S. calls. And if they offer all the other AT&T wireless prepaid plans, you can use their plan that I use for my cell phone which comes out to about $8/month.
  11. When cell phones really started getting popular, a few companies made these dock interfaces for certain brands of cell phones. You'd stick your cell phone into a dock and that would connect it to all of your home phones so you could make and receive cell phone calls from any handset in the house. Probably gave them a fake dial tone and everything. If you can find those products, you could probably use them to make your rotary car phone.
  12. Thanks, Mr. Dawg! This is much nicer.
  13. Three years later this "temporary clutter" is still rendering this board unusable. All the real posts are scrolled away by HPR. I don't mean to sound like a dick and maybe I'm the only person this annoys, but it seems like this board should be renamed to "HPR Episodes" I'm trying to search for an old post in here right now, but it's impossible to find it when it's buried in 3 years of HPR posts.
  14. Sometimes tnid will give you the name too. It currently gives the name on one of my own numbers. But it doesn't seem like it's as good as it used to be.
  15. My favorite right now is http://www.tnid.us . I think it uses the CNAM database and sometimes it tells you if the number has been ported to a different carrier.