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[quote name='ThoughtPhreaker' post='202157' date='Aug 16 2006, 12:27 AM']
Here are two more AIS systems, both of which take MF. Is anybody getting tired of these yet? :P

618-898-2368 - Similar to the one in 320-986.
540-363-2368 - Another variety of AIS system! This one sounds like a combination of awesome and bite-your-ear-off-through-the-phone. Interesting text, nonetheless.
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I really like the numbers you find, keep them coming. We should get a running list of all the old AIS systems that are still in use. I never thought there were this many still in existance. Too bad we can't reset the trunk to the AIS :(

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Apologies for the long description; I just felt it was necessary to give a detailed explanation ;) .

770-836-1980 -- This is indeed a strange number. After the number is dialed, there will be three moderately loud ticks. Since this number is served by a 1AESS, the first tick is obviously from the switch placing you onto the call, and the second one is from the relay that controls supervision allowing the call to supervise. The third one, however, is a mystery to me. Nevertheless, the number will begin ringing. Although, it is a typical, generic sounding ring, it's at a very low volume. After a few rings, a recording will pick up and tell you that you that it's not necessary to dial one first. Like the ring, it's at a very low volume level. At this point, one of two things will happen:

1. The recording will stop after playing only once, and then silence. Afterwards, you're transfered to the receiver-off-hook recording, and then an off-hook tone. If you prefer to damage your ears, the tone will stay on for a while, and like any piece of modern switching equipment, it will just go to the permanent signal. After a good amount of silence, something will superimpose four beeps of what I believe to be 2200 hz over the connection and hang up the line.

2. The recording will repeat for a good amount of time, until the thing described beforehand will superimpose the four beeps over the recording and hang up the line.

My guess as to why this happens is that something is picking up another line served by the 1A and dialing out into it. This probably used to lead to something that was only reachable locally, such as a supervision test before calls couldn't be completed dialing one first, or until somebody reprogrammed the contraption that picks up the line itself improperly and never bothered to test it. Even in it's current strange condition, it lets you hear some noises from the switch you'd never hear unless you were dialing locally on it, such as the transfer to the offhook recording.

435-234-0000 - It's strange how you see a good amount of shock sites, but you never seem to find any shock telephone numbers, and well...I'll just leave it at that.

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hee

435-234+XXXX

where "X" is a repeating pattern such as "1111", "2222", "3333", etc, is sure to bring good results.

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[quote name='yourface' post='197549' date='Jul 22 2006, 07:56 PM']
7124325124
That seems to be the Las Vegas Police band radio scanner.
You cant pass voice or anything. And its safe to call.
Its crazy, I was listening a minute ago and they was trying to catch a lambo going over 100 mph.
and then some other guy caught his wife on fire.
heh
too much too much
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CBCAD :(

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800-444-7212

Call it from two different phones. Call it from phone A and then, a second later, from another phone then hold up the phones to both of your ears and listen.

"We're sorry, you've reached a number that has been disconnected or is no longer in service. If you feel you have reached this recording in error please check the number and try your call again."

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[quote name='natas' post='35442' date='Jan 7 2004, 10:13 PM']
what do u think would happen if u called up an anac or a number that reads back your ani with one of those airfones? i might try it next time i fly if i could get the number.
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you can call toll free numbers .. if you get to the verizon operator and you have verizon wireless.. all you have to do is forward your cell phone to your dialout machine number.. then call up and try to get technical support regarding your cell phone.. .. haha they xfer you to vzw and forget about the airphone part...
then have them forward you to your voicemail stating that your keypad is broken and you need to check your msg's... you'll be to your dialout system in no time. enjoy your flight.. the stewardess look at you strange they can't fathom why some hippy looking folk like myself could bare the cost of using that fone during the whole flight.

It works.

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hi

i'm not sure about this but i think i found a 2600 hz trunk

i'm kind of new to this so can you guys check it out

area code 907 prefix 295

found scaning alaskaain numbers

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[quote name='c/d 500' post='207228' date='Sep 13 2006, 08:21 PM']
hi

i'm not sure about this but i think i found a 2600 hz trunk

i'm kind of new to this so can you guys check it out

area code 907 prefix 295

found scaning alaskaain numbers
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That's Livengood, Alaska. It's been known about for a while now. Suppositely, its on some sort of radio link, and does not accept MF tones. Quick bursts of 2600Hz, or SF signalling, is what's said to be used. Intercept recordings do supervise, so you will be charged. What's odd is that error messages in Wawina, MN used to supervise, and both switches are Redcom's.

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The trunks are Analog Microwave Carrier, presumably of N2 type. While a good amount of Livengood is under this system, another part is under fiber optic and served by a different CO that's perhaps not even on the same land mass as the part that's become semi-famous. I believe the other part of Livengood cut over to fiber-optic, and most likely also to T-Carrier around 2004. While from the look of it, there is no set destination for the cut over to digital carrier for the rest of Livengood, I'm guessing when they do cut it over, they'll simply retrofit the current microwave installation with a T-Carrier module of some sort. Despite the switch being fully digital, there is still audible crosstalk between connections, which is probably a result of something aside from fiber optics used to connect the calls from the carrier system to the switch itself. For those who haven't found out yet, the trunks *are* in fact MF.

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thanks you guys

i need a good calling card to call all these places
i'm sure i racked up some charges on my parents bill

not good

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ThoughtPhreaker, great bit of history :). I was having trouble searching for information regarding Livengood. Where did you find all this out?

c/d 500, don't make the mistake I made. I went crazy with war dialing a while back and got, in return, a 900 dollar bill from MCI.

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$900 doller bill man thats alot

i'll go out and buy a calling card for my calls

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[quote name='c/d 500' post='207432' date='Sep 14 2006, 09:16 PM']
$900 doller bill man thats alot

i'll go out and buy a calling card for my calls
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I got obsessive with it ;).

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Now that my interest in Livengood has been sparked, does anybody know of any numbers that don't supervise?

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The old supervision test was on 1107, I think. Something like that. Anyways, if you call 1107, or whatever the supervision test was, you should get an intercept. I dunno, I haven't seen any scans of Livingood. Then again, I haven't looked that hard. Anyways, you should be able to find some numbers of some sort from Livingood posted on this board. I'll search for some numbers tommorow, and edit this, unless someone beats me to it. Nighto! :D

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7602490013-instant hangup
7602490024-~
7602490028-~
7602490041-~
7602490042-~
7602490043-~ Edited by deaddaughterintheriver

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540-659-9999 Milliwatt
540-659-9949 Milliwatt
540-659-9969 Carrier
540-659-0089 Carrier Edited by polystew

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+XXXXXXXXXXX

Found this while hand scanning. Not exactly sure what it is, but if you press 9 it acts as some sort of monitor. 1-6,8, and 0 all simply play back DTMF tones. If you press 9 again, it stops listening. 7 seems to disconnect.

Anyone have any ideas as to what exactly this is? The background noise sounds very mechanical and industrial. Also, every time you start listening, you hear a loud "CHHHHHH" sound. Edited by v0id_64

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[quote name='v0id_64' post='207789' date='Sep 17 2006, 01:33 PM']
+xxxxxxxxxxx

Found this while hand scanning. Not exactly sure what it is, but if you press 9 it acts as some sort of monitor. 1-6,8, and 0 all simply play back DTMF tones. If you press 9 again, it stops listening. 7 seems to disconnect.

Anyone have any ideas as to what exactly this is? The background noise sounds very mechanical and industrial. Also, every time you start listening, you hear a loud "CHHHHHH" sound.
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verizon carrier Edited by isolationX

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[quote name='Mr Poop' post='207798' date='Sep 17 2006, 02:21 PM']
+17185429041

This number hurts my ears. A carrier?
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it says so, in NY(bronx)

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[quote]Anyone have any ideas as to what exactly this is? The background noise sounds very mechanical and industrial. Also, every time you start listening, you hear a loud "CHHHHHH" sound.[/quote]

This definetly sounds like an industrial sort of place, but I can't imagine what the touch tone tests are for; when you press one, it outputs one '#' tone, two outputs '1234567890#*', and anything else other than seven or nine outputs three pulses of what I believe to be nine, presumably to indicate an error. After it pulses two nines, press nine twice to avoid being disconnected. To me, it sounds like a loading zone for a warehouse.

[quote]ThoughtPhreaker, great bit of history smile.gif. I was having trouble searching for information regarding Livengood. Where did you find all this out?[/quote]

I found most on a transmission mode [url="http://www.attalascom.com/docs/sys_map_2006.pdf"]map[/url] from AT&T Alascom, but the rest was just from a bit of googling and some reasoning. After all, digital microwave has proved acceptable in a good number of other places in Alaska, and it'd be much more economical and fast to use the existing setup retrofitted with T-Carrier modules than to put in a whole new fiber optic cable. A quick Google search turned up [url="http://www.state.ak.us/rca/orders/utils/2004/u04028_4.pdf"]this[/url] PDF, which states that construction of a fiber optic cable going to both Livengood and Coldfoot began in late 2004 from microwave carrier.

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18002690013 - recording gives you a number, then dials it?
18002690006 - voicemail
18002690024 - voicemail
18002690027 - sears emergency road service, enter card pin number.
18002690029 - voicemail
18002690030 - voicemail
18002690031 - at&t asking for access code

fax
18002690025;48;49

federal trade commission, payment processing.
18002690056 Edited by isolationX

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