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10-10-288-1-415-959-69xx scan

scanned from: NPA 914

6900 [sit] all circuits are busy now, please try your call later. (104t)

6901 [sit] your call cannot be completed as dialed, please check the number

and dial again. (104t)

6902 [sit] your call did not go through, please try your call again (104t)

6903 [sit] due to the hurricane in the area you are calling, your call

cannot be completed at this time. please try your call later. (089t)

6904 [sit] due to the earthquake in the are you are calling, your call

cannot be completed at this time. please try your call later. (089t)

6905 [sit] due to the mudslide in the area you are calling, your call

cannot be completed at this time. please try your call later. (089t)

6906 [sit] the area code you have dialed has changed to 650. please hang

up and redial using area code 650. (089t)

6907 [sit] your call did not go through. please try your call again. (089t)

6908 [sit] your call did not go through, please try your call again. (089t)

6909 [sit] all circuits at the location you are calling are busy now. (089t)

6910 [sit] due to telephone company facility trouble in the area you are

calling, your call cannot be completed at this time. please try your

call later (089t)

6911 [sit] due to local telephone company trouble in the area you are

calling, your call cannot be completed at this time. please try your

call later. (089t)

6912 [sit] due to an emergency in the area you are calling, your call

cannot be completed at this time. please try your call later. (089t)

6913 [sit] all circuits are busy now. please try your call later. (104t)

6914 [sit] your call cannot be completed as dialed. please check the number

and dial again. (104t)

6915 [sit] your call did not go through. please try your call again. (104t)

6916 your party is not ansswering, please try your call later. we're sorry,

but your call will now be disconnected. (089t)

6917 [sit] your access to this long distance providers network is not

authorized. please call 1-800-645-0005. (089t)

6918 [sit] you have not entered a valid code, please hang up and dial again.

(089t)

6919 [sit] you have dialed a number that is not available from your calling

area. (104t)

At this point, all of the numbers seemed to give me the 'cannot be completed

as dialed' recording from my local area (104t). I tried these numbers in a

few other area codes, and the format between 6900-6919 seemed pretty standard.

Thanks to Strom Carlson for the info!

...that mudslide number is fucking cool! :D

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whooa thats sick! im gonna try one of 760-959-69XX and probably like 959-1XXX in 10 digit increments!

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There isn't anything in 959 anymore, right, its just kinda there.

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All those crazy error messages. A bunch of milliwatts. Who knowes what else.

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yeah, I posted that before i saw the the thread with the 959-69xx info in it.

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[sit] we're sorry... the CO is going up in flames. please try your call another time.

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I used the mudslide one as the intro to Default Radio tonight.

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shit, thats right, I'll have to get phreakout to download them. I've been downgraded to only 14.4 kbps (must kill because of low speed :punk: :borg: :skull: ) And my lap tops dead (kinda).

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do you have to call such numbers from ATT? or can you call from the same npa that the nums are located in?

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I use 1010-288 to call those things all the time. They cant charge you for an error message since they dont supervise. Watch out for the milliwatts though, they do supervise, although AT&T has never tried to charge me for calling them.

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I use 1010-288 to call those things all the time. They cant charge you for an error message since they dont supervise. Watch out for the milliwatts though, they do supervise, although AT&T has never tried to charge me for calling them.

sorry but, what does supervise mean? i thought that it meant when the call is actually charged, but you made a distiction.

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The actual succession of recordings is fairly standardized across various 4Es, although they do vary from one 4E to another. Some routing information:

104T is White Plains 5 NY (WHPLNY0504T) installed August 1980.

089T is San Francisco 4 CA (SNFCCA2147T) installed June 1985.

024T is Des Moines 2 IA (DESMIADT08T) installed June 1981.

It's interesting that you're getting the 650 area code change recording from Des Moines 2; dialing from Las Vegas (where we're served out of 113T San Bernadino 2 and its typical too-fast phased announcement machine) I hit the area code change recording only once I get to 089T. That makes some sort of sense though, since I imagine San Bernardino has direct trunks to San Francisco.

Interestingly enough, back in the days of AT&T's 4A crossbar network, San Francisco was a small tandem generally used for bay area calls and as a gateway to the Oakland tandem in the Franklin St office (today 070T) which was the main Bay Area tandem for long-haul calls. Of course now with dynamic routing technology, the hierarchy of the old network doesn't really matter anymore.

- Strom

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sorry but, what does supervise mean? i thought that it meant when the call is actually charged, but you made a distiction.

"Supervises" is just a fancy way of saying "goes off-hook" and "unsupervises," of course, means "goes on-hook." What would be ultra-cool would be talking my local switch technicians into adding polarity reversal upon supervision to my telephone line.

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damn theres nothing in 760-959-69xx just reorders so far 619 is pretty much the same as the one you did decoder.

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hey check out 413-959-6905! it sounds like due to the blood....!! (on my phone anyways) and 619-959-6905 is some coast of mexico thing in english then it goes to spanish all of a sudden

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It's interesting that you're getting the 650 area code change recording from Des Moines 2

Actually, that was a typo...i was scanning 515 as well and I must have done themback to back. I'll go fix it.

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hey check out 413-959-6905! it sounds like due to the blood....!! (on my phone anyways) and 619-959-6905 is some coast of mexico thing in english then it goes to spanish all of a sudden

it says "The codes to mexico changed, for help call" then some number, then the same thing in spanish. This is what happens when you try and cram long messages onto machines designed for short ones.

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Strom,

I know I'll look like a total dumbass, but where are you finding that information?

I know It's on the Net somewhere, I alreeady tried google, with no anvil

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It took me like 14 mins after i got off the internet to realize, this is some great shit man, nice work decoder.

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Strom,

I know I'll look like a total dumbass, but where are you finding that information?

I know It's on the Net somewhere, I alreeady tried google, with no anvil

I don't know how a large block of metal is going to help with ATT #4ESS trailer codes, unless you have some sort of anvil phone (Does the metal-bodied Western Electric 302 count?). But anyway, no, this information is not on the Net as far as I know. A friend of mine spent a fair amount of time compiling the list; I think Evan Doorbell forwarded it on to Mark Bernay who forwarded it on to me. If I were to release it, I would want to go through and update the CLLI codes, because now that AT&T is trying to do local services, they've actually changed the CLLI codes to reflect the 4Es as end-office switches!

It took me like 14 mins after i got off the internet to realize, this is some great shit man, nice work decoder.

Well, jeez, if decoder gets the credit for something I told you all about, maybe I won't share this kind of thing in the future :)

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It took me like 14 mins after i got off the internet to realize, this is some great shit man, nice work decoder.

Well, jeez, if decoder gets the credit for something I told you all about, maybe I won't share this kind of thing in the future :)

umm, thanks, sorry i forgot about you, knew someone else told him, thanks, and hey, where did you hear that about the 69xx, stuff, and sorry again for forgeting you.

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I have a friend who spends a large part of his working day dealing with the 4ESS. He told me about the 69xx trick.

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