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  1. I tried giving 518-234-9624 a 300 baud modem handshake on one call and DTMF on another, but it didn't seem to really care for either. As for 9960, keep in mind DMS-10s have an implementation of loops in software (one of the few I've seen, actually. The vast majority of loops I've found are on them) that gives you reorder on the high end by default when nobody is on. In this case, the reorder distinguishes itself by actually being played by the DMS-10; usually when you hear a reorder, the switch you're calling from is generating it based on an SS7 cause code the one you're calling pushes back. The reorder thing is pretty common, but I've also seen one send back a busy cause code in that case. There's a loop on the scan I put below if you want to get a hands on experience with one. Finally, 9811 is sending a cause code back. AT&T's 4ESS tandems have a habit of playing back their own recording instead of passing the message on, so that was probably the one you were getting. If you're homing directly on a 4E for toll calls on their network, you'll probably get the same recording every time you call it. If not though, you'll get a bunch of different tandems during the day. To figure out how your calls are routing, give 800-466-3728 a call. If you get a message from a 4E (usually xxxT, or occasionally just a reorder when the recording stops working), well, that's what's you're homing on. Anyway, nice! One thing you've got to keep in mind though, are the Bell Atlantic DMS-10s are sort of a mixed bunch. On some, most things sit around in 99xx. Though for some reason, there's others (like this one) where they stick things elsewhere. For all I know, they've lumped everything together with all the other super secret CO stuff elsewhere. Here's one of the more successful 99xx DMS-10 ranges: 716-257 9999 - Ringout 9997 - Ringout 9992 - Ringout 9991 - Switchroom phone? # not accepting calls w/privacy bits 9990 - Ringout 9984 - Ringout 9983 - Ringout 9982 - Ringout 9981 - Ringout 9980 - No supe, faint noise 9972 - Reorder via distant end 9970 - Busy signal via distand end 9967 - Coin deposit rec 9966 - Ringout 9965 - Busy via SS7 9960 - Pat Fleet CBCAD rec 9959 - Weird noises. Broken trunk? 9958 - Cornbreath CBCAD rec 9957 - Cornbreath dial 1 first rec 9956 - 100-type test 9955 - Ringout. Picks up when 9954 is offhook? 9954 - Thingie, picks up silently 9953 - Permanent signal rec 9952 - Weird noises. Broken trunk? 9951 - Switch tech CBCAD rec 9949 - Ringout 9948 - Ringout 9947 - Ringout 9946 - Ringout 9945 - Ringout 9944 - Ringout 9943 - Ringout 9942 - Ringout 9941 - Ringout 9939 - Forward to 5ESS? 5E ring + 15A CAC required rec 9936 - Line with nasty hum, 300 baud modem? 9935 - Ringout 9934 - Ringout 9933 - Ringout 9932 - Ringout 9931 - Ringout 9930 - Ringout 9921 - Ringout 9920 - Ringout 9917 - Broken trunk? 9916 - Reorder via distant end 9915 - CBCAD via SS7 9914 - Broken trunk? 9912 - Reorder via distant end\ 9911 - 102-type test / Loop! Mutes conversation after ~1 minute, though 9910 - 102-type test 9902 - Reorder via distant end 9901 - Reorder via distant end
  2. I don't think it'll make much of a difference, but here's my options file if you want it; http://thoughtphreaker.omghax.ca/files/optfile1 . Interestingly, there's a program used by sell_chans; /vs/bin/.cras that claims to attach channels so they're recognized by the system. I assume the Dialogic card has to be running for this to work, but what does '.cras card 0' give you back?
  3. Talk about winning the hax0r lottery. Do you remember any details about it? Like, did it have a fancy UI with the switch's CLLI code in the upper left corner? Did it return annoyingly unintuitive, numeric error codes and only accept four character commands? According to someone I talked to who worked at a phone company, a lot of the user interfaces for these things are shockingly distinct; the last thing you can expect from most of them is a normal login prompt.
  4. Not really, no. Though against my better judgement, I scraped up another several hundred numbers. If I ever go through them, I'll post it here. If you're thinking of doing some of the range, anything above 2000 should be safe. Anyway, here's a few recordings from an ancient AIS in New York. I dunno why, but I've always loved these. The voice is just too strange. There seems to be quite a few of these in the ex-Citizens parts of the state. 607-336 9928 - rec, "The number you have dialed is on your party line. Please hang up and wait a sufficient amount of time for them to answer." 9927 - Coin deposit rec 9926 - rec, "We're sorry, this out of zone WATS call cannot be completed on this WATS trunk. Thank you." 845-876 9995 - DMS-100 remote call forwarding prompt, 7d 9990 - Yet another DMS-100 DISA 9979 - DMS-100 remote call forwarding prompt, 7d
  5. Since you mention it, I've noticed a lot of that too. Along with sun-bleached kids toys, dressers, and all that. The TVs here look like they're in pretty good condition though. Would there be any practical way to modify them to take 15 KHz RGB signals? Or as practical as you can get for opening up a machine with capacitors that can kill you, anyway.
  6. So for a while, I've been experimenting with the concept of a semi-automatic scan. So last week, I just set a modem down on a toll-free range, and woke up several hours later to a recording with a thousand (or so) numbers in it. So far, I've got to say - this has just been tedious and exhausting. Probably not something I'll repeat unless I'm going on a long plane trip or something, but it definitely got results. 800-860 0000 - Call center 0001 - Ad 0002 - ex-Embarq VMB, full 0003 - Ringout 0004 - NIS via SS7 0005 - Ad 0006 - DMS-100 ringout 0007 - Ad 0008 - Ringout 0009 - Ad 0010 - Worldcom DMS-250 NIS 0011 - Ad 0012 - Cannot be reached from calling area 0013 - Business w/Avaya PBX. IP Office? On analog line. (Frontier TF) 0014 - Shitty sounding call center 0015 - Ad 0016 - Ad 0017 - PBX ringout (Excel TF, eventually times out to no answer rec from 156T) 0018 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD 0019 - Ad 0020 - Ad 0021 - Beyond Human Testosterone order line, no IVR 0022 - PBX NIS rec, responds to DTMF 0023 - Weird NIS (Interactive Tel/JNL01/888-290-0038 TF) 0024 - NIS rec via really weird IVR, spits out DTMF error code (Sprint TF) 0025 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0026 - Wrbly business w/PBX. *9 makes it return "This is Callbridge. Please enter extension number and #" (Ringcentral TF) 0027 - Ad 0028 - Ad 0029 - Ad 0030 - PBX ringout (Excel TF, eventually times out to no answer rec from 156T) 0031 - Fax? 0032 - Ad 0033 - Centurylink LD customer care IVR 0034 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF. Ad?) 0035 - Fax 0036 - Fax 0037 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0038 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0039 - Ad 0040 - Bank IVR, info line (Global Crossing TF) 0041 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0042 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0043 - Cannot be reached from calling area 0044 - Business w/unknown PBX (Excel TF) 0045 - Cannot be reached from calling area 0046 - Cannot be reached from calling area 0047 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0048 - Ringout (Comcast TF) 0049 - Cannot be reached from calling area 0050 - Ring x1 to SS7 cause code 0051 - Reorder 0052 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0053 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0054 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0055 - Reorder 0056 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0057 - MCI CBCAD rec 0058 - Ring x1 to reorder 0059 - Ringout to shitty sounding Cisco VMB 0060 - KT (South Korean) network error rec (Sprint TF) 0061 - Reorder 0062 - CBCAD via SS7 0063 - Business w/Freedomvoice account 0064 - Ad 0065 - Ad 0066 - Ad 0067 - Ad 0068 - NIS via SS7 0069 - NIS via SS7 0070 - Weird platform, forwards to cell phone 0071 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0072 - Same as 0024 0073 - 0074 - Ad 0075 - Shitty sounding call center 0076 - Ad 0077 - Ad 0078 - Ad 0079 - Ad 0080 - Cannot be reached from calling area 0081 - Ad 0082 - Business w/DMS-100 line?, Avaya Partner system (AT&T TF) 0083 - Call center 0084 - McLeodUSA DMS-500 CBCAD 0085 - Government agency w/Nortel PBX (AT&T TF) 0086 - Hipath Xpressions VMS 0087 - Reorder via SS7 0088 - Ad 0089 - Ad 0090 - Business w/wrbly Shortel PBX 0091 - Business w/Cisco Callmanager (TDS TF) 0092 - Busy signal 0093 - Call center w/stock Asterisk MOH 0094 - Reorder 0095 - Business w/unknown PBX 0096 - Silence? 0097 - Shitty sounding VMB 0098 - Ad 0099 - Ad 0100 - Ad 0101 - Really old sounding answering service? (MCI TF) 0102 - Ad 0103 - Same as 0024 0104 - Ad 0105 - Ad 0106 - Fax 0107 - Ad 0108 - Skytel VMS 0109 - Weird VMB 0110 - Ad 0111 - Ad 0112 - Business w/hosted PBX? (ANI Networks TF) 0113 - NIS via SS7 0114 - EDRAM stock CBCAD (Worldcom TF) 0115 - Business w/NEC PBX (XO TF) 0116 - BUsy signal 0117 - Ad 0118 - Ad 0119 - Call center 0120 - Ad 0121 - Ad 0122 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD 0123 - Call center 0124 - Ad 0125 - EDRAM stock ACB rec (Broadview TF) 0126 - Reorder 0127 - Business w/unknown PBX (Integra TF) 0128 - McLeodUSA DMS-500 CBCAD rec 0129 - Ad 0130 - Same as 0024 0131 - Ad 0132 - Business (Verizon/Bell Atlantic TF) 0133 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback 0134 - Ring x1 to busy signal 0135 - Busy signal 0136 - Business w/Shoretel PBX 0137 - McLeodUSA DMS-500 CBCAD rec 0138 - Order line, pulls last name/street address number 0139 - 711 number 0140 - Call center 0141 - Fax on DMS-100 line 0142 - Business w/Asterisk 0143 - DMS-10 line, ringout to ex-Embarq Centurylink VMB (Qwest TF) 0144 - 5ESS line, ringout to newer Panasonic VMB 0145 - 5ESS line, ringout to AT&T UM VMB (Qwest TF) 0146 - Ad 0147 - Business w/AM, Meatswitch line 0148 - Business w/Avaya Partner system, 5ESS line? (Qwest TF) 0149 - Business w/Avaya Definity PBX, Audix (Qwest TF) 0150 - Ad 0151 - Call center 0152 - Ringout 0153 - Ad 0154 - Reorder via SS7 0155 - Reorder via SS7 0156 - Fax 0157 - Ad 0158 - Business w/IVR (bandwidth.com TF) 0159 - Busy signal 0160 - Ad 0161 - Busy signal 0162 - Ad 0163 - Same as 0158 0164 - Same as 0158 0165 - Fax 0166 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely 0167 - Ad 0168 - Skytel VMS 0169 - (Crunchy, 6 khz sampled prompt) "This is the West Interactive Audio System. Enter your access code now." (Intercall TF) 0170 - Paetec DMS-250 call not allowed rec 0171 - (disconnects immediately) 0172 - Ad 0173 - Reorder 0174 - Same as 0158 0175 - Cannot be reached from calling area 0176 - Reorder 0177 - Reorder 0178 - Ad 0179 - Custom Asterisk NIS 0180 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec 0181 - 711 number 0182 - Same as 0158 0183 - Business w/PBX 0184 - NIS via SS7 0185 - Cognitronics NIS rec 0186 - Cognitronics NIS rec 0187 - Same as 0158 0188 - Business w/answering service (Frontier TF) 0189 - Ad 0190 - Ringout 0191 - Ad 0192 - AT&T 4ESS CBCAD rec 0193 - Callsource NIS rec 0194 - Business w/hosted PBX (Ringcentral TF) 0195 - Weird NIS rec, "This number is no longer in service. Message 10114. Goodbye." 0196 - Ringout 0197 - Callsource NIS rec 0198 - Skytel VMS 0199 - Reorder 0200 - Ad 0201 - Ad 0202 - Fax 0203 - Shitty sounding call center 0204 - Fax 0205 - Busy signal via distant end 0206 - Ad 0207 - Ring x1 to busy signal 0208 - Fax 0209 - Nortel Meridian ringout (Qwest TF) 0210 - Ring x1 to busy signal 0211 - Ad 0212 - LD CBCAD rec from Telica Plexus 9000/Lucent Compact Switch 0213 - Business w/hosted PBX 0214 - Ad 0215 - Order line, pulls docs 0216 - Business (Nuvox TF) 0217 - 711 number 0218 - Business w/Mitel Intertel VMS 0219 - Ad 0220 - Ad 0221 - Centurylink internal VMS (Cisco) 0222 - Ad 0223 - Busy signal 0224 - Call center 0225 - Ad 0226 - Business w/NEC PBX (AT&T TF) 0227 - Ad 0228 - Ad 0229 - Business w/hosted PBX? 0230 - Ring x1 to busy signal 0231 - Ad 0232 - Business w/Centigram/Mitel VMS 0233 - Ringout 0234 - Business w/PBX 0235 - Ad 0236 - 711 number 0237 - Fax 0238 - Ringout 0239 - Ad 0240 - PBX rec?, "This number is not in service." 0241 - Busy signal 0242 - Ad 0243 - Satellite NIS rec 0244 - NIS via SS7 0245 - Ad 0246 - Ringout 0247 - Satellite NIS rec 0248 - Call center 0249 - NIS via SS7 0250 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0251 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD 0252 - AT&T 4ESS toll-free disco rec 0253 - Call center 0254 - Comcast line, ringout (Ringcentral TF) 0255 - Business w/DMS-100 line 0256 - NIS via SS7 0257 - ACB via SS7 0258 - NIS via SS7 0259 - Ad 0260 - NIS via SS7 0261 - Ad 0262 - Ad 0263 - NIS via SS7 0264 - Ad 0265 - Order line 0266 - NIS via SS7 0267 - 5ESS NIS rec 0268 - 5ESS NIS rec 0269 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec 0270 - Same as 0265 0271 - Satellite NIS rec 0272 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0273 - Fax 0274 - Ringout 0275 - Fax 0276 - Dialogic NIS rec? (0222/MCI toll-free) 0277 - Ad 0278 - Satellite NIS rec 0279 - Reorder 0280 - NIS via SS7 0281 - Ad 0282 - Business w/unknown PBX 0283 - British ringout (0222/MCI toll-free) 0284 - Fax 0285 - Shitty sounding call center 0286 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0287 - Business (AT&T TF) 0288 - Ad 0289 - Business w/newer Panasonic AM (AT&T TF) 0290 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0291 - NIS via SS7 0292 - AT&T 4E toll-free DISCO rec 0293 - Business w/hosted PBX (Grasshopper PBX) 0294 - Fax 0295 - Business w/DMS-100 line (Verizon/Bell Atlantic TF) 0296 - Cannot be reached from calling area rec 0297 - Reorder via SS7 0298 - Ad 0299 - Fax 0300 - Business w/Mitel Intertel VMS 0301 - Ad 0302 - NIS via SS7 0303 - Sonus stock rec, "No routes found", sends SS7 cause code 0304 - Business w/PBX 0305 - Call center 0306 - Reorder 0307 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0308 - 711 number 0309 - Ameritech NIS rec? 0310 - Ad 0311 - Ad 0312 - Ad 0313 - Ad 0314 - Sex line 0315 - Weird NIS rec 0316 - Sprint DMS-250 CBCAD 0317 - Fax 0318 - Ring x1 to busy signal 0319 - Fax 0320 - Sex line 0321 - Weird rings, forwards to business w/DMS-100 line 0322 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0323 - NIS via SS7 0324 - NIS via SS7 0325 - 711 number 0326 - Fax 0327 - Fax 0328 - Busy signal 0329 - AT&T Easyreach 800 0330 - Business w/PBX 0331 - Shitty ringout 0332 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD rec 0333 - Ad 0334 - Ad 0335 - Ad 0336 - AT&T 4E toll-free DISCO rec 0337 - Ad 0338 - Business w/hosted PBX (Ringcentral TF) 0339 - Reorder 0340 - Ad 0341 - Ad 0342 - AT&T 4E toll-free DISCO rec 0343 - Avaya Aura VMB (TW Telecom TF) *0344 - IVR, federal employee program 0345 - Reorder via SS7 0346 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0347 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0348 - Shitty sounding PBX 0349 - Reorder 0350 - Cell phone 0351 - Fax 0352 - Service suspended rec, TTS, plus weird, really slowed down message (Level 3 TF) 0353 - Ad 0354 - Ad 0355 - Reorder 0356 - Call center IVR 0357 - Business w/Comcast "phone" 0358 - AT&T 5E toll rec, "The toll-free number you have dialed has been changed. Please review our recent mailings to you for our updated telephone number listings." 0359 - Order line 0360 - NIS via SS7 0361 - Ad 0362 - Ad 0363 - Ad 0364 - IDT calling card 0365 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0366 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0367 - Fax 0368 - TTS recording, NIS 0369 - Ad 0370 - CBCAD via SS7 0371 - Ring x1 to busy signal 0372 - Ad 0373 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0374 - Ad 0375 - Business w/ridiculous music bed, hosted PBX? (Ringcentral TF) 0376 - Ad 0377 - Ad 0378 - Ad 0379 - Ad 0380 - Call center 0381 - Ad 0382 - Ad 0383 - Ad 0384 - Ad 0385 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0386 - AT&T wireless subscriber 0387 - Reorder via SS7 0388 - Ad 0389 - Call center 0390 - Reorder via SS7 0391 - Shitty sounding jazz MOH. Call center? 0392 - McLeodUSA DMS-500 CBCAD rec 0393 - Ad 0394 - Sprint DMS-250 CBCAE 0395 - Order line 0396 - Ad 0397 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0398 - AT&T toll 5E rec, # cannot be reached from calling area 0399 - Reorder 0400 - Ad 0401 - Ad 0402 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD 0403 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0404 - Ad 0405 - Ad 0406 - Business w/Toshiba PBX 0407 - Ad 0408 - Freedomvoice account 0409 - Cell phone 0410 - Ad 0411 - Ad 0412 - Reorder 0413 - Shitty sounding forward to German VMB? 0414 - rec, "You do not have any credit. Goodbye." 0415 - Fax 0416 - Reorder 0417 - Call center 0418 - Ad 0419 - Ad 0420 - Ad 0421 - McLeodUSA DMS-500 CBCAD rec 0422 - Call center (Ringcentral TF) 0423 - Call center 0424 - Ad 0425 - Ad 0426 - Really shady ad 0427 - # changed rec via PBX? Refers to 800-234-1690, allows you to enter extension anyway after recording 0428 - Same as 0358 0429 - Call center 0430 - Ringout 0431 - Same as 0358 0432 - Ad 0433 - Ad 0434 - Ad 0435 - Same as 0358 0436 - TTS NIS rec 0437 - Disconnects immediately 0438 - Same as 0358 0439 - Call center 0440 - Ad 0441 - Shitty sounding PBX 0442 - Business w/PBX 0443 - 4E CBCAD rec 0444 - Singles line, prompts for personal ID 0445 - Ad 0446 - Skytel VMS 0447 - Ad 0448 - Ring x1 to reorder 0449 - Ad 0450 - Ad 0451 - Call center 0452 - CBCAD via SS7 0453 - 5ESS ringout (Qwest TF) 0454 - Ad 0455 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0456 - Ad 0457 - Ad 0458 - Reorder 0459 - Reorder 0460 - Reorder 0461 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0462 - Ad 0463 - Business w/Cisco Unity VMS 0464 - Southwestern Bell DMS-100 NIS rec 0465 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0466 - Ad 0467 - Ad 0468 - Reorder via SS7 0469 - Ad 0470 - Ad 0471 - Ad 0472 - Reorder 0473 - Business w/ESI PBX? 0474 - Reorder via SS7 0475 - 711 number 0476 - Burst of wrbly ring + NIS via SS7 0477 - Ad 0478 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0479 - Business w/shitty sounding PBX 0480 - Ad 0481 - NIS via SS7 0482 - AT&T Easyreach 800 0483 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD rec 0484 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD rec 0485 - Reorder via SS7 0486 - Ad 0487 - Ad 0488 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0489 - Conference call service 0490 - Asterisk NIS rec 0491 - NIS via SS7 0492 - Loud ringout 0493 - Fax 0494 - NIS via SS7 0495 - Shitty sounding IVR 0496 - CBCAD via SS7 0497 - NIS via SS7 0498 - Asterisk NIS 0499 - Call center IVR 0500 - Business w/PBX 0501 - Several generations of shittier sounding rings, eventually business answers 0502 - AT&T 5E toll CBCAD 0503 - Ad 0504 - Ad 0505 - Ad 0506 - Fax 0507 - CBCAD via SS7 0508 - Busy signal 0509 - Same as 0358 0510 - Business 0511 - GTD-5 Ringout to Glenayre/GTE VMB (Frontier TF) 0512 - Busy signal 0513 - Busy signal 0514 - Busy signal 0515 - GTD-5 Ringout (Frontier TF) 0516 - Call center 0517 - CBCAD via SS7 0518 - Reorder via SS7 0519 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD 0520 - Ad 0521 - Subscriber 0522 - Fax 0523 - Ring x1 + TTS "End of call" 0524 - Ad 0525 - Ad 0526 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0527 - Business w/Shoretel PBX 0528 - NIS via SS7 0529 - Weird sounding ring, ringout (AT&T TF) 0530 - Weird NIS rec or NIS via SS7, depending on calling location (Intelemedia TF, call terminates using Sonus switch) 0531 - Business w/PBX 0532 - Ringout 0533 - NIS via SS7 0534 - Ad 0535 - Business w/ESI PBX (MCI TF) 0536 - Ringout 0537 - Shitty sounding rec, "Thank you for calling. Goodbye." 0538 - Fax 0539 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD rec 0540 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely 0541 - Business w/Norstar key system, softswitch ring (CIMCO TF) 0542 - Ad 0543 - NIS via Easyreach 800 platform, 203-01SG 0544 - Call center 0545 - Ad 0546 - Call center 0547 - Ringout 0548 - 800 # changed rec 0549 - Business w/PBX 0550 - Calling card platform, Encompass/whatever made Phonehog work 0551 - ACB via 4ESS 0552 - Ad 0553 - Asterisk NIS 0554 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD 0555 - Ad 0556 - Ad 0557 - Bellsouth DMS-100 NIS rec (Level 3 TF) 0558 - Ad 0559 - Ad 0560 - Ad 0561 - Ad 0562 - Business w/answering service 0563 - Ad 0564 - Business w/PBX 0565 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD 0566 - Ring x1 to busy signal 0567 - NIS via SS7 0568 - Call center 0569 - CBCAD via SS7 0570 - Busy signal 0571 - Call center, UK? 0572 - Fax 0573 - Reorder via SS7 0574 - Busy signal 0575 - Call center 0576 - Ad 0577 - Fax 0578 - Reorder via SS7 0579 - Ad 0580 - Reorder via SS7 0581 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely 0582 - Call center IVR 0583 - NIS via Spanish speaking country (AT&T TF) 0584 - UK ringout (AT&T TF) 0585 - Call center 0586 - 4ESS Int'l CBCAD rec 0587 - Ad 0588 - NIS via SS7 0589 - Skytel VMS 0590 - Fax 0591 - Busy signal 0592 - Ad 0593 - KDDI IVR, prompts for PIN number (AT&T TF) 0594 - "Please hold while I try to connect you" + MOH, eventually forwards to VMB (Ringcentral TF) 0595 - rec, "The number you are calling is temporarily unavailable. Thank you for calling. Goodbye." + busy signal (Ringcentral TF) 0596 - TellMe IVR, order line (AT&T TF) 0597 - VMB, fraud hotline, Cisco VMB (AT&T TF) 0598 - Skytel VMS 0599 - Business w/Norstar key system (Nuvox TF) 0600 - Ad 0601 - Ad 0602 - Asterisk call center 0603 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely 0604 - Reorder via SS7 0605 - After hours rec 0606 - Ad 0607 - Asterisk call center 0608 - Ad 0609 - Order line, pulls last name/street address number 0610 - Call center 0611 - Ringout to AM. 0612 - Busy signal 0613 - Ringout, forward to other ringout 0614 - Ad 0615 - Call center IVR 0616 - NIS via SS7 0617 - Ad 0618 - Fax 0619 - Business 0620 - PBX rec, "You've reached a non-working number" (Qwest TF) 0621 - IVR, addiction treatment hotline 0622 - Ad 0623 - Ignite Media Solutions NIS rec 0624 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD rec 0625 - Fax 0626 - Ringout 0627 - 711 number 0628 - Answering service 0629 - rec, "The party you called cannot be reached. Goodbye." <plays in Spanish> 0630 - Busy signal 0631 - Crackly trunk, call center 0632 - Ad 0633 - Busy signal 0634 - Ad 0635 - NIS via SS7 0636 - Same as 0358 0637 - Reorder via SS7 0638 - Call center IVR 0639 - Reorder via MCI tandem? 0640 - Busy signal 0641 - rec, "I'm sorry, the application you're trying to reach is not available at this time." 0642 - Ad 0643 - Ring x1 to busy signal 0644 - Call center 0645 - Ad 0646 - Ad 0647 - Call center 0648 - Shitty sounding call center 0649 - Ad 0650 - VMB in UK? (Timeshift TF) 0651 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD 0652 - NIS via SS7 0653 - CBCAD via SS7 0654 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0655 - Ad 0656 - Ad 0657 - AT&T Easyreach 800 0658 - Ad 0659 - Ameritech NIS rec 0660 - Ad 0661 - AT&T toll 5E # cannot be reached from calling area rec 0662 - Ad 0663 - Call center 0664 - Ad 0665 - CBCAD via SS7 0666 - Ad 0667 - Answering service 0668 - Ad 0669 - Shitty souding NEC PBX 0670 - NIS via SS7 0671 - CBCAD via SS7 0672 - NIS via SS7 0673 - Call center IVR 0674 - NIS via SS7 0675 - Ring x1 + TTS voice, "End of call" 0676 - Call center 0677 - Fax 0678 - Reorder 0679 - Cell phone 0680 - Ad 0681 - Business w/AM 0682 - Ad 0683 - Ad 0684 - Call center 0685 - Busy signal 0686 - Business w/ESI PBX (Qwest TF) 0687 - Ad 0688 - AT&T AIS report, 214-824-7351 DISCO 0689 - Fax 0690 - Ad 0691 - Ad 0692 - Weird proprietary modem thingie 0693 - Ad 0694 - Fax 0695 - AT&T Easyreach 800 0696 - Weird order line 0697 - Ad 0698 - Call center IVR 0699 - Shitty sounding ringout 0700 - Business 0701 - Ad 0702 - Ad 0703 - Business w/Mitel Intertel VMS 0704 - Fax 0705 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0706 - Ad 0707 - Ringout (Deltacom TF, times out to DEX reorder in some places) 0708 - Worldcom DMS-250 NIS rec 0709 - Ad 0710 - Reorder via SS7 0711 - Fax. When in use, redirects to Verizon VMS 0712 - Call center 0713 - Ringout to VMB on Toshiba PBX, dials 9121 before VMB answers 0714 - Ringout to newer Panasonic AM, softswitch ring 0715 - Ad 0716 - # cannot be reached from calling area rec via SS7 0717 - Reorder via SS7 0718 - Comcast VMB, 770-591-5733 0719 - Ad 0720 - Qwest AIS report, 602-253-1527 DISCO (Sprint TF) 0721 - Ad 0722 - # cannot be reached from calling area rec via SS7 0723 - Spanish call center 0724 - Reorder via SS7 0725 - Ad 0726 - Southwestern Bell DMS-100 CBCAD rec 0727 - Reorder 0728 - NIS via SS7 0729 - IVR, national telemarketing company 0730 - Shitty sounding PBX Ringout 0731 - Ad 0732 - Reorder via SS7 0733 - NIS via SS7 0734 - Ad 0735 - Reorder via SS7 0736 - Ad 0737 - Really old IVR, # changed rec 0738 - Ad, had Cisco Callmanager default MOH 0739 - Call center IVR 0740 - Ringout, forward to other ringout 0741 - Call center IVR 0742 - Ad 0743 - Call center IVR 0744 - Ad 0745 - PBX DISCO rec 0746 - Ad 0747 - Ad 0748 - Ad 0749 - Ad 0750 - Ad 0751 - Brief MOH, hangs up (Bell Canada TF) 0752 - Business w/PBX, older, weird VMS (Bell Canada TF). Custom? Mentions "EYCom ID" 0753 - Call center 0754 - Callsource NIS 0755 - Ad 0756 - Ad 0757 - GTD-5 ringout (Frontier TF) 0758 - ACB via SS7 0759 - Worldcom DMS-250 NIS rec 0760 - Ad 0761 - Ad? 0762 - Ad 0763 - Shitty sounding call center 0764 - CBCAD via SS7 0765 - Call center? 0766 - Business w/PBX 0767 - Silence, eventual reorder 0768 - Busy signal 0769 - Reorder via SS7 0770 - rec, "We're sorry, you're only allowed one entry per telephone number. Goodbye." 0771 - Ad 0772 - Ad 0773 - Sprint cell phone 0774 - Reorder 0775 - Ad 0776 - rec, "D241. Test successful." 0777 - Wrbly Callmanager vacant code rec 0778 - Reorder via SS7 0779 - Reorder via SS7 0780 - Ad 0781 - Ad 0782 - 5ESS ringout 0783 - Ad 0784 - Asterisk rec, "That service is not implemented" 0785 - Asterisk rec, "That service is not implemented" 0786 - IVR 0787 - Ringout 0788 - Busy signal 0789 - Reorder 0790 - Business (Birch TF) 0791 - Busy signal 0792 - AT&T 5E toll CBCAD rec 0793 - Business w/DMS-100 line, newer Panasonic AM (AT&T TF) 0794 - Calling card platform 0795 - Asterisk rec, "That service is not implemented" 0796 - Business w/PBX 0797 - NIS via SS7 0798 - Same as 0358 0799 - Ad 0800 - Sprint DMS-250 CBCAD rec 0801 - Ad 0802 - Ad 0803 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely 0804 - Fax 0805 - Loud ring x1 + NIS via SS7 0806 - Uverse line, ringout to AT&T UM VMB 0807 - Ad 0808 - Ad 0809 - Busy signal 0810 - ACB via SS7 0811 - Reorder via SS7 0812 - Ad 0813 - Ad 0814 - # not yet in service rec, via Glenayre VMS? 0815 - Call center 0816 - Global Crossing invalid rec 0817 - 4E YCDNGT 0818 - Reorder via SS7 0819 - Ad 0820 - Ad 0821 - Ad 0822 - Ad 0823 - Ad 0824 - Ad 0825 - Ad 0826 - Ad 0827 - Ad 0828 - Ad 0829 - Ad 0830 - Busy signal 0831 - Cannot be reached from calling area 0832 - Call center 0833 - Call center 0834 - PBX non-working number rec, refers to 800-821-2797, 800-822-2200, 877-979-8498, 888-339-7887, 800-275-9376 0835 - IVR, Xerox test application 0836 - Ring x1 to busy signal 0837 - Shitty ringout 0838 - # not yet in service rec, via Glenayre VMS? 0839 - Reorder 0840 - Call center IVR 0841 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely 0842 - Skytel VMS 0843 - Ad 0844 - Call center 0845 - Shitty sounding business w/PBX 0846 - NIS via SS7 0847 - Ad 0848 - Fax 0849 - Ad 0850 - AT&T toll 5ESS cannot be completed from calling area rec 0851 - Ad 0852 - Business w/unknown PBX 0853 - Ad 0854 - Business w/Nortel Meridian PBX 0855 - Ad 0856 - CBCAD via SS7 0857 - CBCAD via SS7 0858 - Ringout 0859 - Ad 0860 - Ad 0861 - Ad 0862 - Asterisk NIS 0863 - Business w/analog line 0864 - Business w/PBX on cable line (Cox TF) 0865 - Reorder via SS7 0866 - MCI tandem CBCAD rec 0867 - (Crunchy, 6 khz sampled prompt) "This is the West Interactive Audio System. Enter your access code now." 0868 - Reorder 0869 - Disconnects immediately 0870 - Business w/shitty sounding, unknown PBX? 0871 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec 0872 - Ad 0873 - Call center w/Cisco switch 0874 - Weird proprietary modem thingie 0875 - ACB via SS7 0876 - Reorder via SS7 0877 - Ad 0878 - Ad 0879 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec 0880 - Cell phone 0881 - Ringout, forward to other ringouts 0882 - Ad 0883 - Call center 0884 - VMB w/really shady sales pitch 0885 - Business w/Mitel PBX on analog line 0886 - Ad 0887 - Ad 0888 - Business w/cable line 0889 - Shitty sounding call center 0890 - Ad 0891 - Shitty sounding call center 0892 - Ad 0893 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0894 - Disconnects immediately 0895 - Shitty sounding call center 0896 - Order line 0897 - NIS via SS7 0898 - Wal-Mart pharmacy 0899 - Ad 0900 - Ad 0901 - NIS via SS7 0902 - Find me/follow me IVR, using Dialogic hardware, lets you set ANI w/fail 0903 - Ad 0904 - Ad 0905 - Call center 0906 - Call center 0907 - Business w/PBX 0908 - Ad 0909 - Ad 0910 - Ad 0911 - Business 0912 - Business w/analog line 0913 - Reorder via SS7 0914 - Southwestern Bell NIS rec 0915 - Cannot be reached from calling area 0916 - Shitty sounding business w/PBX 0917 - Sales IVR 0918 - NIS via SS7 0919 - Reorder 0920 - Business w/AM, GTD-5 line 0921 - Shitty sounding call center 0922 - Business w/DMS-100 line, ringout to Anypath VMB (Rogers TF) 0923 - Ring x1 to reorder 0924 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec 0925 - Shitty sounding call center 0926 - Ad 0927 - Ad 0928 - Asterisk VMB 0929 - Ad 0930 - Business w/PBX 0931 - Ad 0932 - Reorder via SS7 0933 - Reorder 0934 - Business w/analog line (Integra TF) 0935 - Ad 0936 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0937 - Ad 0938 - Silence 0939 - Ad 0940 - Busy signal 0941 - Shitty sounding call center 0942 - Ringout 0943 - Ad 0944 - Shitty sounding call center 0945 - Reorder via SS7 0946 - Ad 0947 - Ad 0948 - Ad 0949 - Ad 0950 - Business w/Broadsoft auto-attendant 0951 - Ad 0952 - Ad 0953 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec 0954 - Weird proprietary modem thingie 0955 - Business w/cable phone 0956 - Asterisk VMB 0957 - Ad 0958 - Business w/hosted PBX 0959 - Modem Connecting to 10.15.0.215 ... Escape character is '^]' Connected Connection closed. 0960 - Ad 0961 - Skytel VMS 0962 - 4E CBCAD 0963 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 0964 - Shitty sounding business 0965 - Cannot be reached from calling area 0966 - Ad 0967 - Reorder via SS7 0968 - 4E CBCAD 0969 - Business w/Asterisk 0970 - Ad 0971 - Call center 0972 - Cannot be reached from calling area 0973 - Ad 0974 - Ringout to cellular VMB (Ringcentral TF) 0975 - Shitty sounding ringout to VMB 0976 - Ad 0977 - Unassigned rec, via Glenayre VMS? 0978 - Ring x1 to busy signal 0979 - 5ESS NIS rec 0980 - Reorder via SS7 0981 - Reorder via SS7 0982 - 4E CBCAD 0983 - AT&T Easyreach 800 0984 - Business w/hosted PBX 0985 - 4E CBCAD 0986 - Callsource NIS 0987 - Reorder via SS7 0988 - Custom Asterisk NIS rec 0989 - Ad 0990 - Call center 0991 - Ad 0992 - Ad 0993 - Fax 0994 - 4E CBCAD 0995 - Reorder 0996 - 4E CBCAD 0997 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Who's Calling TF) 0998 - Older Panasonic AM on 5E line (Qwest TF) 0999 - Ad 1000 - IVR, "Please enter your six-digit PIN now" 1001 - Ad 1002 - Business w/Cisco Callmanager, Unity VMS 1003 - 4E YCDNGT 1004 - Asterisk rec, "The user you are trying to reach is unavailable." 1005 - Ad 1006 - NIS via SS7 1007 - Shitty sounding call center 1008 - Ad 1009 - Paetec DMS-250 rec, "Your call is not allowed" 1010 - Business w/5ESS line 1011 - Ad 1012 - Ad 1013 - Global Crossing invalid rec 1014 - Business w/PBX 1015 - Ad 1016 - ACB via SS7 1017 - 4E CBCAD 1018 - NIS via SS7 1019 - Ad 1020 - Centurylink customer service IVR 1021 - Ad 1022 - Bellsouth? NIS rec, via transcoded trunk 1023 - Reorder 1024 - Shitty sounding auto-attendant 1025 - Cannot be reached from calling area 1026 - Ad 1027 - Busines 1028 - Ad 1029 - rec, "We're sorry, you're only allowed one entry per telephone number. Goodbye." 1030 - Ad 1031 - Weird NIS rec (Qwest TF) 1032 - Verizon/Bell Atlantic NIS rec (Qwest TF) 1033 - Ad 1034 - Cell phone 1035 - Ad 1036 - 4E CBCAD 1037 - Ad 1038 - Ad 1039 - Ad 1040 - Ad 1041 - Ad 1042 - Asterisk VMB 1043 - Business w/Shoretel PBX 1044 - Reorder via SS7 1045 - Business w/hosted PBX (Ringcentral TF) 1046 - Business w/Norstar key system, cable phone 1047 - Same as 1046 1048 - Same as 1046 1049 - Same as 1046 1050 - Ad 1051 - Ad 1052 - Fax 1053 - Ad 1054 - Cell phone 1055 - ACB via SS7 1056 - NIS via SS7 1057 - Ad 1058 - Ad 1059 - rec, "We're sorry, you're only allowed one entry per telephone number. Goodbye." 1060 - Business w/Panasonic PBX? 1061 - Ad 1062 - Ad 1063 - Cannot be reached from calling area 1064 - Ad 1065 - Ad 1066 - Ad 1067 - Ad 1068 - Ad 1069 - Ad 1070 - Ad 1071 - Shitty sounding call center 1072 - Ad 1073 - Ad 1074 - Ringout 1075 - Ad 1076 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF) 1077 - Ad 1078 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
  7. The end of call numbers probably are just unassigned numbers that belong to some sort of IVR company. 800-393-2600 is the stock all circuits busy announcement from an EDRAM card on a DMS-100. Chances are it's going to a trunk group that was busied out or something. For whatever it's worth, the company that owns it is Broadview Networks.
  8. A phone line served out of a DMS-100; a phone switch that's pretty common in the US, and used almost exclusively in Canada; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DMS-100 A digital switch loops a pre-rendered sample to generate ringback, so usually you can tell by the sound it makes when it loops what sort of switch it is. Here's a guide I made to identifying that, among other things, on a bunch of switches; http://thoughtphreaker.omghax.ca/switchid.txt And speaking of DMS-100s, here's a dialtone from one; 206-296-0004.
  9. Nice work! I have a few nitpicks: -1000: 200 - 300 baud modem on DMS-100 line 213 - Fax 239 - Fax 450 - Fax, on DMS-100 line 600 - Line on Fairpoint 5ESS 624 - This goes to a Cisco call center switch 644 - Fax on Toshiba PBX 769 - Fax 843 - Fax 860 - Mitel Intertel VMS? Same voice, but sounds too service provider-y. Terminates on the Qwest LD network. 884 - Something to do with the payment industry maybe? It could be something stores use to manually charge credit cards when PoS units are down. Something like this showed up more or less randomly in Portland a while ago; 503-228-0040. That one is owned by a company called First Data. 982 - This is one of those weird proprietary modem doohickeys. I think the alarm industry likes these things. --- -2600: 288 - Callxpress VMS 374 - I have no idea who owns this, but it terminates to a DMS-100 somewhere in northern Virginia - near the Arlington area, I think. 423 - All I can tell you about this thing is it terminates on the MCLeod network - so that 101-0725# trick I talked about earlier can be used to route to it. Just fyi, here's what a modem sounds like. Notice how after the 2100 hertz tone, what comes next is different from the one on the fax machine; 800-877-0272. I can't say for certain, but I want to say that this one terminates to an Avaya PBX. Anyway, since this is the some numbers thread, well, here's some numbers: 956-721-0001 - Weird ANAC 956-721-0099 - Forward to time/temp number? I think that whole hundred block is owned by some answering service that does their own IVRs.
  10. Mine does the same thing, but reports the max number as four. It'll change to 24 on the update screen.I took a look at the perl script for that page, and it looks like it's using /msg/software/vs/bin/util/restrict_chans to determine how many channels you can use at that point. It looks like that's reading data from /vs/bin/util/.restrict . There's an interesting message in there: # This shell had some antiquated code regarding MAP/40S, etc. # We are going away from software-imposed limits on the number # of channels. This shell will now simply return as the # maximum the number from shared memory which indicates the # number of channels based on the hardware installed. And then it gets the number of channels by running /vs/bin/shmview -rchans . So where's *that* getting the number of channels from? As per the comments in the script, memory apparently. I checked stack traces and decompiler outputs of shmview and didn't see it trying to access any particularly relevant file. So I guess this is about as good of a time to ask as any: if you type /usr/dialogic/avaya/bin/dlstart, does the Dialogic application start correctly? A normal system will try to make that run on startup, so if you get an error, try stopping it first. If it does work/is working, try executing sell_chans. I think that should update the number of channels for you.
  11. 1. A carrier in the context of a scan can either be a long distance carrier or a carrier tone from a modem, depending on where it's being said. 2. Yes. Very much yes. 3. In the case of long distance carriers, they have access codes that can be dialed from POTS lines. If you're talking about modems, if you have a modem yourself, usually there shouldn't be any problem connecting to the one on the distant end. 4. It depends. Traditionally, phone companies want you to dial a carrier access code with a destination at the end - like, 101-0222-0 or 101-0725-1-202-484-0000. There are some cases where you can just dial # after the carrier access code (101-0725# is actually one that'll work with this) and get a dialtone from the toll switch. What you can do with it really depends on the carrier and how they have it set up. In that particular carrier's case, the only thing I know for sure you can dial are toll-free numbers that're run by that particular carrier. 800-711-3408 comes to mind. If you subscribe to a carrier or call it in an area with a different kind of toll switch, sometimes you'll get a dialtone where you couldn't before. That being said, if you're calling something that isn't free (like a number that doesn't answer or that toll-free number I posted. On most switches you can flash, and if you get a stutter dialtone, the call has answered), they'll send you a relatively hefty bill, like $5 for a 1 minute call - or outright block you from the network for using it without a subscription. It depends on the carrier; some are more reasonable than others. But it's best not to be in that position to begin with. So just be really careful when you're messing around with that sort of thing. As for scanning itself, it really depends on what you're looking for and where. In the traditional phone company test range, usually you'll find a bunch of recordings that're slapped on the announcement device. Usually there's a couple modems, maybe a DATU depending on the company, an ANAC, a loop (mostly on DMS-10s, since they can do it in software), elevators, and all sorts of other stuff. Sometimes you'll get lucky, and find some one of a kind stuff that isn't anywhere else. If you're looking on a PBX, some companies have really nice things depending on the industry they're in. For example, CNN's Atlanta PBX has a bunch of patches that let you hear network feeds, depending on the time of day; 404-878-9901. 8042, 6040, and 9982 will all give you different content, but just keep in mind that they're silent when not in use. 5. Usually, it's a good idea to just hang up if you get a random person. Most of them will answer and say what or where they are if it's a business, unless it's someone's desk or something.
  12. The service pack is pretty easy; just run it as an executable. As for parcrypf, I'm not sure exactly what I did to solve the problem, but there's a shell script I redid in the same directory called parse_feat. If nothing else, it shines a bit of light on how the feature options file works. Mods, please let me know if this first script is going to be trouble. If there's any doubts, I'll move it somewhere else. Original: #!/bin/ksh # # Written by Eugene Quaye 04/21/93 # # This shell scripts parses the feature options registration file # to set up contents of the feature options file that is encrypted. # # # umask 013 cd / /bin/rm -f "$1" 2>/dev/null /bin/rm -f "/mtce/text/function" 2>/dev/null /bin/rm -f "/mtce/text/options" 2>/dev/null /bin/rm -f "/mtce/text/min_file" 2>/dev/null # Go through all directories containing screen entries if [ ! -d "/mtce/modules" ] then echo "/mtce/modules removed. Not necessary to parse. Exiting ..." exit 1 fi # for a in `/bin/ls /mtce/modules` do if test -f "/$a/registration/options" then # echo "found /$a/registration/options" /bin/cat "/$a/registration/options" >> /mtce/text/options fi done 2>/dev/null # if [ $? -ne 0 ] then echo "Error in parsing feature options. Exiting ..." exit 1 fi # if [ ! -f "/mtce/text/options" ] then echo "Input file to parse not created. Exiting ..." exit 1 fi # # perform a sort of feature options /bin/sort /mtce/text/options -o /mtce/text/options IFS=: # set up ':' as the seperator symbol # read feature options file and parse contents while read feature datatype range function1 function2 do #echo "Feature Option name is $feature" #echo "Datatype is $datatype" #echo "Range is $range" #echo "Function (1) to call is $function1" #echo "Function (2) to call is $function2" echo "$feature" >> "$1" #put in feature options file # process datatype if test "$datatype" = "integer" then min=`echo $range | /usr/bin/cut -d, -f1` max=`echo $range | /usr/bin/cut -d, -f2` echo "$min" >> "$1" echo "$feature" >> /mtce/text/min_file #put in MIN_FILE file echo "$min" >> /mtce/text/min_file #put in MIN_FILE file # test for function2 if [ "x$function2" = "x" -o "$function2" = " " ] then echo "$max" >> "$1" else max=`$function2` if [ "$max" -lt 0 ] then echo "0" >> "$1" else echo "$max" >> "$1" fi fi elif test "$datatype" = " " then echo "OFF" >> "$1" echo "N/A" >> "$1" elif test "x$datatype" = "x" then echo "OFF" >> "$1" echo "N/A" >> "$1" elif test "$datatype" = "boolean" then echo "OFF" >> "$1" echo "N/A" >> "$1" else echo "WARNING: data type of $feature unknown, using boolean" echo "OFF" >> "$1" echo "N/A" >> "$1" fi # echo empty space for field entry echo "" >> "$1" #process function echo "$feature" >> /mtce/text/function echo "$function1" >> /mtce/text/function done < /mtce/text/options # # remove temp file /bin/rm -f "/mtce/text/options" 2>/dev/null # # create the file in case the options file was zero length. if [ -f $1 ] then : else > "$1" 2>/dev/null fi The one I have running now: #!/bin/ksh # Fake parse_feat script to fuck with the douchebag crypto file umask 013 cd / /bin/rm -f "$1" 2>/dev/null echo "Messaging Application" >> "$1" echo "OFF" >> "$1" echo "N/A" >> "$1" echo "" >> "$1" echo "Number of Mailboxes Purchased" >> "$1" echo "5000" >> "$1" echo "40000" >> "$1" echo "" >> "$1" echo "voice_ports" >> "$1" echo "4" >> "$1" echo "24" >> "$1" Sorry the help I'm giving with the licensing is sort of lackluster. I wasn't really feeling very excited about trying to push my way past all of this at the time. It looks like the program edcrypt in the same directory is responsible for decrypting the licensing stuff. The script feat_chg uses it to change things you're already licensed for.
  13. http://about.att.com/newsroom/att_offers_support_to_italy.html https://newsroom.t-mobile.com/news-and-blogs/t-mobile-makes-calling-and-texting-to-italy-free-for-customers.htm http://www.verizon.com/about/news/verizon-customers-can-connect-friends-and-family-italy-free-following-earthquake It's interesting that the free call window is shorter than it used to be; remember how long free calls to Nepal lasted? Might be people are making more calls than they anticipated. Ramsaso and Tron pointed this out. So thanks to them!
  14. Here's some Qwest exchanges I've been poking around in. Probably more to come soon: 480-391-99xx Most Fleet recordings in Qwest AZ/NM have been replaced with this woman who sounds like she's been smoking since she was eight. 9998 - Permanent signal rec 9997 - 100-type test 9996 - 102-type test 9995 - Busy via 5ESS 9994 - DATU 9993 - Fleet coin deposit rec 9992 - 105-type test 9991 - Busy via 5ESS 9990 - 105-type lookalike 9989 - Reorder via 5ESS 9988 - CBCAD rec 9987 - Network difficulty rec 9986 - ACB rec 9985 - Same as 9986 9984 - Fleet CAC error rec 9983 - Ring x1 + loud clicks. Blank announcement? 9982 - Dialing 950 not necessary rec 9981 - Fleet calls w/privacy bits not accepted rec 9980 - Fleet service inactive rec, fast 9979 - Same as 9986 9978 - Same as 9998 9977 - Fleet NIS rec 9976 - Dialing 0 not necessary rec 9975 - Dialing 1 not necessary rec 9974 - Dial 1+NPA/0+NPA first rec 9973 - Same as 9993 9972 - Same as 9988 9971 - Same as 9988 9970 - YCDNGT rec 9967 - Fleet rec, "Thank you for calling. The number you called is currently busy. Please remain on the line, and your call will be answered in the order received." 9966 - Ringout 9962 - Reorder via distant end 9961 - Ringout 9960 - Ringout 9959 - Business w/Asterisk 9958 - Subscriber, doesn't accept calls w/privacy bits (left off here; it seemed like it was getting into real people territory) ---------------------- 206-382 0002 - Ringout 0003 - Busy via 5ESS 0004 - Service inactive rec 0005 - rec, local calls require NPA first 0007 - ACB via SS7 0008 - Ringout 0009 - Ringout 0010 - Ringout 0011 - Busy via 5ESS 0016 - Ringout 0017 - Ringout 0020 - 100-type milliwatt 0021 - ACB via SS7 0022 - CBCAD rec 0023 - Same as 0022 0024 - Same as 0022 0025 - Ringout 0026 - Ringout 0027 - Ringout 0028 - Ringout 0034 - Reorder via 5ESS 0040 - Reorder via 5ESS 0041 - NIS rec 0042 - Busy via SS7 0046 - Ringout 0047 - Ringout 0048 - Ringout 0058 - Reorder via 5ESS 0059 - AIS report, DISCO 0061 - NIS via SS7 0064 - Business, Ported to Comcast 0065 - Fax, ported to Comcast ---------------------- 206-624 0000 - Business w/NEC PBX, ported to Integra 0001 - rec, "Welcome to the US West business and government customer service center. All of our service assurance technicians are currently helping others. Please stay on the line, and your call will be answered in the order received. Thank you." 0003 - Ringout 0004 - rec, "All positions are busy with client calls. Please stay on the line, and your call will be answered in the order received." 0005 - rec, "The number you are calling was blocked, and cannot be called back using your last call return service." 0007 - rec, "The party you have called is on the phone. Please hold, and they will be with you shortly." 0010 - 102-type milliwatt 0013 - Business w/PBX 0014 - Fax 0015 - Same as 0007 0016 - rec, # cannot be reached from calling area 0017 - rec, "Thank you for calling. The number you called is currently busy. Please remain on the line, and your call will be answered in the order received." 0018 - rec, "The number called is busy. A special ringing will tell you when the line is free. Please hang up now." 0019 - *57 fail rec 0020 - rec, "Your call has been completed. However the party you are calling is not receiving calls at this time." 0023 - rec, "The number was free, but it has just become busy again. Please hang up. You may re-activate if you wish by redialing the original code." 0024 - *57 success rec 0025 - rec, "You have cancelled your request. Please hang up now." 0026 - *57 unavailable rec 0027 - rec, Party doesn't accept calls w/privacy bits 0044 - Ringout, ported to Comcast 0045 - Ringout, ported to Comcast 0046 - rec, "The number you are calling from is blocked. If you are placing a call to another party, they are not accepting blocked calls. Hang up, pick up the receiver, dial *82 before redialing the number you are calling. This will unblock your name and number for this call only. 0047 - rec, weird whine, "You have reached Centurylink blocking verification. Your call is not blocked. To check on your line blocking order, call 1-800-244-1111 for residential lines, and 1-800-603-6000 for business lines. Until your order is completed, please dial *67 before each call for per-call blocking. Thank you." 0048 - rec, "The number you are calling from is blocked. If you are placing a call to another party, they are not accepting blocked calls. Hang up, pick up the receiver, dial *82 before redialing the number you are calling. This will unblock your name and number for this one call." 0049 - Same as 0048 0050 - Fax, ported to XO DMS 0051 - Ringout 0054 - Ringout 0055 - Ringout 0056 - Ringout 0059 - Ringout 0060 - Fax, ported to XO DMS 0061 - Business, ported to Comcast Broadsoft switch 0062 - Fax 0063 - PBX ringout, ported to MCI 0064 - Ringout 0065 - TTY line 0066 - Ringout, ported to Level 3 0069 - TTY line, on PBX (Definity?) 0070 - Ringout to unsetup Qwest UM VMB 0071 - NIS rec via fax platform, ported to XO Sonus 0072 - Thingie? Silently supes after several rings, eventually hangs up 0073 - Ringout, ported to XO DMS 0074 - Ringout to PBX VMB, ported to MCLeod 0075 - Business w/PBX, ported to MCLeod 0076 - Ringout to PBX VMB, ported to MCLeod 0077 - Ringout to PBX VMB, ported to MCLeod 0078 - Ringout to PBX VMB, ported to MCLeod 0079 - Ringout 0082 - Ringout to VMB, newer NEC PBX 0083 - PBX, ported to Bandwidth.com 0084 - NIS via Santera OCX (ported to Integra) 0085 - Otis elevator, ported to Integra DMS 0086 - Fax, ported to Level 3 0087 - Ringout to unsetup Qwest UM VMB 0088 - Business w/PBX, ported to Level 3 0089 - NEC PBX on analog line, ported to Integra Metaswitch 0090 - Ringout 0092 - Ringout 0093 - Business w/PBX, ported to STTLWALADS0 (another Qwest 5ESS) 0094 - Modem 0095 - Business w/NEC PBX 0096 - Business w/PBX 0098 - Ringout to VMB 0099 - Ringout to really new Panasonic AM? Has new voice, much louder stock recording, unusual beep tone 206-692-0004 - Paging terminal, probably Glenayre. Pressing * at recording gives dialtone, prompts for pager number