Strom Carlson

New ANI II readback number

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OK, I tried it again just now and it worked. Before, I was trying repeatedly for like an hour and a half, and all I kept getting was a reorder. I guess it's not really that dependable...

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every time i try calling ,it gives a busy signal-yesterday too.

edit: ok the call went through-i guess everyone and their baby's momma was
calling it the other day :lol: . nice find strom. Edited by Rpm

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[quote name='Rpm' date='Mar 31 2005, 08:04 AM'] every time i try calling ,it gives a busy signal-yesterday too.

edit: ok the call went through-i guess everyone and their baby's momma was
calling it the other day :lol: . nice find strom. [/quote]
*cough* voip *cough*

don't get me wrong it's still cool as hell to have a anac that reads the II digits.

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yeah-i've been using a landline(only) here for many years. but i'm not complaining..................... :mumble:

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[quote name='Rpm' date='Mar 31 2005, 07:04 AM'] every time i try calling ,it gives a busy signal-yesterday too.

edit: ok the call went through-i guess everyone and their baby's momma was
calling it the other day :lol: . nice find strom. [/quote]
HEH wouldnt matter if they were, the overage on this number can handle it.Shit its going thru a super trunk group before it gets to the destination.

Or wait..I wonder about what the destination can handle:/

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[quote name='greyarea' date='Mar 31 2005, 03:00 PM'] [quote name='Rpm' date='Mar 31 2005, 07:04 AM'] every time i try calling ,it gives a busy signal-yesterday too.

edit: ok the call went through-i guess everyone and their baby's momma was
      calling it the other day :lol: . nice find strom. [/quote]
HEH wouldnt matter if they were, the overage on this number can handle it.Shit its going thru a super trunk group before it gets to the destination.

Or wait..I wonder about what the destination can handle:/ [/quote]
roughly eight simultaneous ulaw calls.

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[quote name='doug' date='Mar 31 2005, 06:26 PM'] wtf is a super trunk, greyarea?
I like to pee on THIngs! W00t0r [/quote]
Super Trunk Group:
A group of trunk groups that assinged together thats acts as one trunk group; handle calls as one unit.THere can be 2 spanned together over or even as many as 50 trunk groups.Its works better for overage shit.
And in this case with this ANAC when it leaves qwest side from 1 trunk group over to Telus it hits a super trunk group (in Washington) with 14 trunks groups that act as one unit,also with additonal overage going into the Baltimore switch with 2 there.


and When it gets to the destination,thats when I was wondering how many it could handle there at that point.And Strom answered that for me. :)

And don't bully me on my explanation of super trunk groups pls thats just my understanding of them.Peace/.

edited: mispelled washington heh Edited by greyarea

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[quote name='Strom Carlson' date='Mar 22 2005, 06:10 PM'] my mobile also comes up as 00. I wonder if it's a t-mobile thing. [/quote]
When I used to call the verification lines with a Sprint PCS, it always gave me a " 00 " I'll try it again from an AT&T and then again from a regular Cingular! :grr:

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i called from a pbx a couple days ago and it read 00.

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