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  1. On behalf of Penguin and ClientX, I would like to cordially invite BinRev to co-link with ClientX. We are a small, but rapidly growing community of extremely active individuals gather from around the world to share lots and lots of ideas and activities in VOIP PBXes, programming, hacking, amateur radio, Linux/Unix and of course, phone phreaking. We are the type of community where everyone is invited and everyone is encouraged to participate and lend ideas, as they they choose to participate, in order to build our community from the ground up. We are a by-user, for-user community, and most of our members stay active on our web site and PBX voice conference. As Penguin mentioned, Our web site features a message board, instant messaging and private messaging. Our voice bridge features voice mail, toll-free dial-out, a 'shout out' wall and of course, our two voice conference rooms -- one public, and one private. Our site founder, Penguin, has lots and lots of skills with Asterisk PBXes and AGS scripting for Asterisk PBX. He custom designed the conference from scratch, including the hardware, software and system menus. He's great with that sort of thing. Our current web site address is http://clientx.webs.com and the phone number is (425) 606-3377 I am currently leading an expedition to locate and utilize Blue Box-able Alaskan phone system trunks, as well as writing an Internet Zine and, in my miscellaneous, "more spare" time, writing voice mail system/PBX brute forcing software called SASQUATCH (the Semi-Automatic Sequential Attack Chain). It's a full-time hobby. We hope you decide will co-link with our web site, and even if not, feel free to drop in on our web site and voice bridge to say hello, and to see what we are all about! The
  2. File Name: (Audacity .AUP Project File) Dial Tone - 350 and 440 Hz @ -13dB File Submitter: rez File Submitted: 08 Mar 2011 File Category: Miscellaneous A Dial Tone made in Audacity 1.2.6 for Windows (Windows XP 32-bit). This is the Audacity project file (.AUP). It may be exported to a .WAV, .MP3 or some other format in Audacity. The tone consists of a 350 Hz tone and a 440 Hz at -13dB, playing continuously for 30 seconds. I lowered the gain to -12dB as per the dial tone WAV at http://www.telephonetribute.com/signal_and_circuit_conditions.htm I found that it does sound much more like a real, modern dial tone than if I were to have left the gain at its default of 0dB. Screen Shot: Click here to download this file
  3. Interestingly, I have gotten confirmation calls for GoogleVoice....from guess where? Straight outta Compton! Weird. I wonder if that number was spoofed by Google. I can't imagine Google having an office of any sort out in Compton, CA.
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    A Dial Tone made in Audacity 1.2.6 for Windows (Windows XP 32-bit). This is the Audacity project file (.AUP). It may be exported to a .WAV, .MP3 or some other format in Audacity. The tone consists of a 350 Hz tone and a 440 Hz at -13dB, playing continuously for 30 seconds. I lowered the gain to -12dB as per the dial tone WAV at http://www.telephonetribute.com/signal_and_circuit_conditions.htm I found that it does sound much more like a real, modern dial tone than if I were to have left the gain at its default of 0dB. Screen Shot:
  5. Thanks for your responses, the mention of a Google search and the expired domain. I shall take these tricks into consideration. I have tried calling some COCOT phones with a regular terminal program (Hyperterminal in Win2K, to be exact) in various terminal emulation modes, and I received no output from the payphone. I am considering the possibility of using an answering machine to attempt to capture various tones and such. Perhaps with a combination of audio recordings, three-way, a cell phone and a couple of COCOT phones, I can contrive some method of capturing set-up and tear down noises and things like that, and figure out what sort of things these COCOT payphones do when they perform their functions. Interesting having RBCP respond to my post. I shall consider this an honor and a gerbil
  6. A friend of mine told me the other day that if you call certain COCOT phones and wait for the modem sound to dissipate, you can punch in a phone number and hear a "Please deposit [rate amount]". I tried it, and this did happen. So I had this idea that maybe I could red box a COCOT phone by calling one from a land line phone and playing red box tones into the phone. Well, supposedly this won't work, as COCOTs tend to have their own internal coin register. So I'm looking for software to try and mess with a local (not the same) COCOT phone. The phones seems to be one of the first couple on this page: http://www.phworld.org/payphone/cocot.htm#examples If I can accurately recall from off the top of my head, it looks more like a Protel COCOT than a QuorTech (formerly Elcotel) COCOT phone. Interestingly enough, the Millennium Phone, which is well-noted amongst phone phreaks, especially for the price of it's software and how difficult it is to acquire the software. Might anyone have any leads for any management software for the Protel or Quortech COCOT phones?