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Oh yes I already found some weird shit.I just havent had to time play with them.Sometime tomorrow Ill post the first thousand block on Bellsmind

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OK wtf Anyone have a number that passes your REAL time ani?

Before when the 1140 and 1160 was up they would pass just 602 when calling from my local ops.When I have my local ops dial 18004444444 it tells me Im calling from 7195551212 which everyone knows is 411.Also anyone else having a hardtime staying connected to tollfree numbers calling off NuFone.It dials it for me but however as soon as someone picks up it goes silent.So the only way I can get around this is to forward my cell to a tollfree number ans then call it.Hmm I wonder what T-Mobile will pick up if I call from my cell to my asterisk box then dialout my cell forwarded to Tmobile.

I just thought of this so let me see. /me calling -------------BUSTED.....Ok when I called tmobile it passes

420-000-1337 Now if you call them from *67 it shows your realtime number.Now is this Proof that asterisk can indeed change your ANI?

Comments anyone??

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an anac that does work and is qwest owned so probably real,

505-845-9901

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an anac that does work and is qwest owned so probably real,

505-845-9901

Your lucky finding it on 9901.

I have a couple more Nxx the check but I dont think Ill find one that easy here in PHX.I hope tho.

edited:Huh I call it and it says 8 4 5 0 0 0 1???

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July 27, 2004 - 3:20 AM

The following is a scan of 508-459-69XX. The 69XX range seems to have

a few test numbers mixed around in it. It should also be noted that the

459 exchange is owned by a CLEC and not by Verizon. It is mostly an

exchange full of business lines.

508-459-69XX

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459-6900 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6901 - Rings

459-6902 - Rings

459-6903 - FAX

459-6904 - Rings

459-6905 - Rings

459-6906 - Rings

459-6907 - Rings

459-6908 - Rings

459-6909 - Busy

459-6910 - Currently out of service.

459-6911 - Voice Mail Box

459-6912 - Rings, switches over to weird pulse rings, then fax.

459-6913 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6914 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6915 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6916 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6917 - Rings

459-6918 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6919 - Rings

459-6920 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6921 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6922 - Reorder

459-6923 - Rings

459-6924 - Rings

459-6925 - Business

459-6926 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6927 - Business (Kittredge Equipment)

459-6928 - Business (Same as above)

459-6929 - Business (Same as above)

459-6930 - Business (Same as above)

459-6931 - Business (Same as above)

459-6932 - Business (Same as above)

459-6933 - Rings

459-6934 - FAX

459-6935 - Rings

459-6936 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6937 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6938 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6939 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6940 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6941 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6942 - Voice Mail Box

459-6943 - FAX

459-6944 - Rings

459-6945 - Rings

459-6946 - Rings

459-6947 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6948 - Carrier - COCOT (?)

459-6949 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6950 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6951 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6952 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6953 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6954 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6955 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6956 - Rings for like a decade, then finally an answering machine.

459-6957 - Rings

459-6958 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6959 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6960 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6961 - Rings

459-6962 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6963 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6964 - Carrier - COCOT (?)

459-6965 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6966 - Rings

459-6967 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6968 - Carrier

459-6969 - Silent Line (No Ringing)

459-6970 - Remote Access Service (Outdial?)

459-6971 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6972 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6973 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6974 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6975 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6976 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6977 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6978 - Carrier <-- Interesting

459-6979 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6980 - Business (Insurance Company)

459-6981 - Business (Same as above)

459-6982 - Rings

459-6983 - FAX

459-6984 - Rings

459-6985 - Rings

459-6986 - Rings

459-6987 - Rings

459-6988 - Rings

459-6989 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

459-6990 - Loud Tone!

459-6991 - Rings

459-6992 - Loud Tone!

459-6993 - Reorder

459-6994 - Weird Tone

459-6995 - Weird Tone - (Responds to DTMF. Press: *)

459-6996 - Loud Static

459-6997 - Carrier

459-6998 - Carrier

459-6999 - [sIT] Disconnected / NIS

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Well, this seemed like the most appropriate place to post this so...

Alright, Black Hand and myself are scanning the entire 800-323-xxxx block and we are curious as to whether someone has already done this or is currently scanning it because we would hate to waste our time by scanning something that has already, or is currently being scanned.

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Yo man,Goto bellsmind.net and see if someone is.Then scan and post:D

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When I have my local ops dial 18004444444 it tells me Im calling from 7195551212 which everyone knows is 411.

Actually that itself should tell you that it's not passing the real #, since 555-1212 isn't technically the number they'd be calling from... translations stuff, combined with the wonders of rotaries -- what I mean is that they're calling from a "real" number, not a 555 number -- among other things (like how they can bill for the call differently than as a regular call) this is why every once in a blue moon you'll find a "backdoor" into 411 information (which is in another prefix entirely, and which won't pick up the extra billing)...

I'll try to get to the T-Mobile thing in a bit -- my computer access (but not my network access -- figure that one out ;)) is sporadic right now... Hope to be back on the forums more often & soon...

/ab

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shh... :help:

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haha im diggin that number... you damn 1337 pot smoker you

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haha im diggin that number... you damn 1337 pot smoker you

Lights up dat blunt and passes it to the left....

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Wal-Mart Supercenter Payphones.

217-403-1592

217-403-1557

217-403-1541

217-403-1943

The first two are on the north end of the store and the last two are on the south end. All accept incoming calls. You can usually get someone to pick up on one end. If nobody picks up, just try a phone on the other end. The employees getting the shopping carts will get a kick out of it.

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I am curious on what this kind of number is: 508-754-0305

I  have found a handful of number exactly like that one. I don't think it's an outdial, because it doesn't respond to any dtmfs at all.

yes it does respond.I tried dialing 1800callatt and before I could finish it started to ring.....rang over 30x and nothing ever happened.I noticed that if you dial a 4 digit number starting with 1 it begans to ring..

I have encountered a number like this before, and from what I've found it's not an outdial, but rather some kind of call routing device. When I first called this number, any DTMF digits I dialed just resulted in it ringing through to a carrier. In fact, after the fake dialtone timed out (~5 seconds), it would also ring then answer with a carrier. Now it seems to do different things when I dial different numbers.. it is either ringing through to a carrier or playing a long 2223Hz tone. I would try connecting with this system, but I don't have a standard landline phone anymore. You guys should definitely try connecting through a terminal program, and try different "extensions". The system I found a while back like this had 10 different devices that it was able to route, and they were accessible by dialing 0 through 9 at the dialtone. Some of those answered with tones, some with endless ringing, and others with carriers. The one carrier I was able to connect to and get a response from ended up being a power relay line condition monitoring/control system.

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i was scanning my block of the 944 projekt and  came across  800-944-1013

and i have no idea what that is

Listening to the high pitched tones, it *could* to be either an answering machine or voice mail. When the high pitched tone comes on, just listen (don't speak or make noise). After a few seconds, another high pitched tone comes on just like when you call an answering machine and don't say anything. It's kinda like a timeout because the machine or voice mail did not hear anything to record, therefore, it times out and disconnects. The pulse sounding rings at the begining is probably just the PBX.

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another wierd number 800-944-1261

it only works from landlines and the numbers that the male voice reads off change from call to call

[edit] 800-944-1262 seems to be the same thing [/edit]

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another wierd number 800-944-1261

it only works from landlines and the numbers that the male voice reads off change from call to call

[edit] 800-944-1262 seems to be the same thing [/edit]

It would be nice if someone would run those DTMFS that are played in that recording through a tone decoder. I would like to know what those digits are...

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another wierd number 800-944-1261

it only works from landlines and the numbers that the male voice reads off change from call to call

[edit] 800-944-1262 seems to be the same thing [/edit]

It would be nice if someone would run those DTMFS that are played in that recording through a tone decoder. I would like to know what those digits are...

When I run them thru it it doesnt show up,Just like when I record the lbb1039 number

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Man this thread is getting pretty big... anyways i've been working on PnG's number directory for some time now. I'm still going to be dropping it soon. But i just wanted to let everyone know i'm going to take all the numbers in the thread and add them to the directory.  And if someone could whip me up some ascii art for it? that could make it even more cooler since i can never make them look right :\

hrmm I have no clue what you'd want in the ascii art something simple like this? could use some tweaking...I don't think people actually "draw" ascii much anymore thedraw and aciddraw are bout the only two "paint" programmes for it I know, but those are mostly dealing in Ansi, which isn't much supported by anything these days...

http://geocities.com/r0beph/PnGasc.txt if no one else does a logo, and ya gimme some ideas, I can prolly, do a little something... anyhow

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Well, I didn't verify it but I just fixed the Bell's Mind DTMF decoder and it now supports * and #. When I called 1-800-944-1261 and three-wayed it to the DTMF decoder I got this:

"904#33#7115000370#07"

If it's really important I'll double-check it. You guys can give it a shot on the PBX on your own now though. It's pretty cool.

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I would if I had 3-way calling. My parents don't see a need for it, so until I get VOIP for myself...

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shh...

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Well, I didn't verify it but I just fixed the Bell's Mind DTMF decoder and it now supports * and #. When I called 1-800-944-1261 and three-wayed it to the DTMF decoder I got this:

"904#33#7115000370#07"

If it's really important I'll double-check it. You guys can give it a shot on the PBX on your own now though. It's pretty cool.

is it the same every time you cal?l because the numbers that are spoken change just about every time ive called it

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I've noticed over the years that numbers like 800-944-1261 are very common and are scattered through all different toll free exchanges. Almost anyone who has ever scanned has most likely came across one. I once asked someone about these numbers and they had no explanation whatsoever. However, they did suggest that these numbers might be used to test the line sound quality (i.e. voice, dtmf tones, and the busy signal). I have yet to find one of these numbers in a local exchange.

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is it the same every time you cal?l because the numbers that are spoken change just about every time ive called it

I only tried it once. I'll give it a shot again this weekend and come back with an update.

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