JmanA9

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  1. Cool, I haven't heard them called that before. Thanks!
  2. What's high-low mean?
  3. I guess it's worth noting that even with the rebrand, they kept 483 (GTE) as the code you need to dial to order service.
  4. From what I understand, some places do, some don't. I haven't encountered this in my area. Around here I usually find more pairs with battery but no dialtone than pairs that lack battery.
  5. Also, it sounds like this took a lot of work. Was this that big of a problem for the ambulance company? Or is Verizon trying to use this case to somehow gain something?
  6. Interesting! Seems legitimate, but I wonder why people are calling an ambulance company instead of 911.
  7. I would try asking in the SingingWires Yahoo Group.
  8. I don't think XY equipment is very rare so that price seems high. The seller is clear about the fact he doesn't know what he's got. Xhausted mentioned that control circuitry is required. That is true but at the 2014 Lancaster TCI show, somebody had one XY switch (not sure if it was a universal switch) in a demo unit. I could find out some specifics. If the requisite equipment to make it work by some means fit into a demo, XY seems small-scale-friendly. I'm putting together a small SxS system. I got most of the equipment at a TCI show. This stuff is out there, but only a minuscule amount is sold on eBay. You can place & receive calls with just a connector switch; small scale is possible.
  9. I couldn't reproduce the bug on a different DMS line this morning. This is cool though, I'll be sure to try it on every DMS I encounter from now on!
  10. I had someone call me from their DMS line, then I had them flash, dial 1-800-223-1*** and flash back. I heard the CBCAD recording, then silence. The call stayed up. Edit: I just realized what I did is not what you described in case 3. I'll try this on a different DMS tomorrow.
  11. Did you hear this recording of all, I think, of the verification recordings in 212 that I made a few (6!) years ago? I tried to only include one verification recording per CLLI, so if I got one on the first NXX in that CLLI, I moved on to the next switch and didn't dial the other codes. FWIW, the EQ is probably messed up on both. I may have been stupid enough back then to record it through a phono input (what's an RIAA equalization curve?) but I don't remember. http://jmana9.com/audio/212_Verification.mp3 Also: http://jmana9.com/audio/718%20Verification.mp3
  12. People actually use payphones in Frontier territory: https://www.google.com/maps/@40.0666479,-80.722401,3a,19y,15.59h,83.01t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1saWLdYBrKkx_e40l9aAlFCQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!6m1!1e1 Frontier doesn't seem to be in any rush to rip out their payphones. Further up the street there are two phones side-by-side. Now that's a rare sight!
  13. Too bad. It was good while it lasted. ipcomms.net has been good to me with their Free DID.
  14. All I hear on 562 is bit-robbed T-carrier.  Are you able to make a recording of this trunk in question?