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Cool Thanks, id really like to get into phreaking but i have no idea where to start. I live in the bush so i have practically no social life anymore :P

Those numbers dont seem to work for me, perhaps because i live in qld? I'm going to try and find some Qld numbers.

P.s. i used to know i webpage with ever payphone number in aus, but its down now apparently.

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Well, I'm in South Africa so I have no idea about your country's PSTN, but are you sure you're using the correct dialing codes prior to the number?

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Probably not doing anything correctly lol. I'm not a phreaker, although i really want to get into it.

EDIT: Ok thanks to google and a little patience ive found plenty of Aussie numbers (not enough yet though lol) but im on track. I especially like playing with pay phones and stuff. Learning how they work.

P.s. Do Telstra pay phones (in aus) ring when you call them? I heard that the ringer has been taken out?

EDIT: Never mind they do in fact ring, lol i rang a few places and people picked up so thats solved. Also if anyone want a list of pay phone numbers this is the place to go: http://payphones.mazzanet.id.au/. Works great here in aus should work in other places too

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If you're interested in phreaking in AU, you should cheak out the Ausphreak community.

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According to google they've been shut down..

I think I have some stuff laying around. Be glad to talk with you, for what I can anyway, about telephony in Oz, if/when I do. Afraid I don't have much though, since most of what I had was destroyed in a series of bad hard drive incidents. At any rate last I checked you could use 12722123 as an ANAC in Telstra territory (which is pretty much all of Oz). I'll see what else I have laying around.

Watch out for the spiders,

/ab.

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According to google they've been shut down..

You might want to try the WayBack thingie by the way for it, if you can't cache it up on google.

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Yeh i have the 12722199 number but thanks. All and any help would be appreciated.

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Why do phone companies put recordings such as this in the exchange? I could understand if every one was there they could just forward to that number when they needed a particular recording, but it seems like there are just a few in most exchanges.

To make people ask why.

253-539-0012 says "You have reached the Qwest Linux DMS100." Switchmen like to have fun too!

Sorry this is a bit late, but better late than never -- I've been gone a long while :).

Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I'm pretty sure he's saying "Lenox", and not because I heard the recording.

I'll be all pedantic since I've been gone a while -- hope it's not an insult; disregard if you know this stuff already -- and give a breakdown of how CLLI codes are made up....

============================

CLLIcode Structure == 11 Chars:

--------------------------------------------------

1-4 : City

5-6 : State

7-8 : Wire Center (WC)

9-11: Office Designation Code

============================

Network Entity Code Naming Conventions:

---------------------------------------------------

SGx is for step switches (Selector Group)

MGx is for crossbar switches (Marker Group)

CGx is for non-digital ESS (Control Group)

DSx is for digital switches (Digital Switch)

RSx is for remote switches (Remote Switch)

CMx is for Cellular / Mobile switches

xxT is typically a tandem of some variety

=============================

Which is a fancy way of giving you too much info (learning is good :P) while not quite pointing out that switching entities use names and short abbreviations that give away their locations (usually a neighbourhood or street, but not always).

In this instance, your switch in question:

NPA/NXX: 253/539

CLLIcode: TACMWALEDS1

LATA: 674 (Seattle/Tacoma, WA)

Address: 601 113TH ST S, TACOMA WA 98444

has the CLLI code TACMWALEDS1, which breaks down to:

TACM == city == TaCoMa

WA == state == WAshington

LE == wire center (location) == probably "LEnox"

DS1 == office designation code (switch entity type) == DS1 == the first (ds*1*) digital switch (*DS*1) at that location.

I can give you more examples if you want, but it'd take some time since this software is sort of screwing up my space formatting (I did have a great post... until it posted, hah)... Let me know. Hope this helps :) -- If I was way too overexplanatory and/or pedantic, forgive me ... I just felt the need to blather.

Best,

/ab.

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Trust me i know practically nothing, i have been phreaking for about 3 days :P (well trying to). So nothing you tell me about phreaking will be an insult, just more knowledge (hmm that spelling doesnt seem right..? i am tired..) for me. Thanks for all that, i didn't really know any abbreviations. What i need most of all i guess would be a base point in which to begin learning, some tutorials or i dunno just some basic things to get me on track.

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Trust me i know practically nothing, i have been phreaking for about 3 days :P (well trying to). So nothing you tell me about phreaking will be an insult, just more knowledge (hmm that spelling doesnt seem right..? i am tired..) for me. Thanks for all that, i didn't really know any abbreviations. What i need most of all i guess would be a base point in which to begin learning, some tutorials or i dunno just some basic things to get me on track.

Actually, the last posting about CLLI codes wasn't directed to you, so no worries. 11 digit CLLI codes are based on a NANPA (North American Numbering Plan Administration) formula. They don't apply in Australia (although if you're interested in telephony in the US, you may as well learn about em :) ).

Okay, Oz stuff.... See attached. NB: I snagged these some time ago but it's still a good couple of oz-specific articles (specifically by decimalz), but since you can't get them from their original location, here they are anyway. I may have made some adds or changes in there but I can't honestly remember. Anyway, this is what I had to use when I started to toy around a bit in Oz -- but, then, I started out with a lot of US knowledge, so whether this will help you or not is not something I can really guarantee. God, can you tell I'm tired? I'm rambling like hell.

Anyway... Once you're done with the articles attached, I'd be glad to answer any questions if I can (although I didn't really have much of a chance to experiment as much as I'd like when I was living in the Pacific, so I can't guarantee answers -- sorry -- it was more of a sabbatical from telecom for me)...

Best,

/ab.

Phrking_in_Oz_Notes.txt

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Lol your easily one of the most helpful people on this forum that i have met so far, even if your not sure you can help. cheers.

EDIT: Damn it...i have screwed myself, i should have used an old mobile phone lol. I tryed to change the SMS center in a ploy for free sms's but instead i cannot send sms's at all lol. So i change it back, same stuff "Invalid Settings". I'm working on fixing it now, lol i guess im learning things the hard way.

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Lol your easily one of the most helpful people on this forum that i have met so far, even if your not sure you can help. cheers.

EDIT: Damn it...i have screwed myself, i should have used an old mobile phone lol. I tryed to change the SMS center in a ploy for free sms's but instead i cannot send sms's at all lol. So i change it back, same stuff "Invalid Settings". I'm working on fixing it now, lol i guess im learning things the hard way.

If you save your sent sms's you can find out what the *correct* messaging center is from the report data in the sms.. or at least that was true in vodafone and three when I used em. But yeah, you might want to be careful toying with things you need before you're sure they work :P... Don't feel bad, happens to all of us. :cry:

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Lol the only info i get from sent sms's is: time, sent to:, and delivery report:sent. Damn, it happened because im tired and i didnt think before i messed with this...otherwise i would have used another phone. I copied down the number before i changed it but it still isnt working :voteno: Try and try again i suppose, or ring someone and have it fixed lol.

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Lol the only info i get from sent sms's is: time, sent to:, and delivery report:sent. Damn, it happened because im tired and i didnt think before i messed with this...otherwise i would have used another phone. I copied down the number before i changed it but it still isnt working :voteno: Try and try again i suppose, or ring someone and have it fixed lol.

best way to test it is to try pressing 'reply' to a received message. what's your carrier/mobile company? I might have a number that'll work, if doing that doesn't turn out to be successful.

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I have completely fuxed my texting service lol. My carrier is Optus

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I have completely fuxed my texting service lol. My carrier is Optus

Did you try setting it to the Optus Message Center at +61-411990000 ? As of a few months ago I know it worked... Either way, let me know in private message. Don't want to clutter up this thread anymore, esp since it's a long-standing pin.

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Verizon <-> CLEC Partner Solutions Customer Care

@ 877-946-5222 (7a-8p, M-F -- goes to voice mail all other times)

Verizon's Partner Solutions Customer Care group is the point of contact for Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLECs) concerning:

* System Availability (Problems with on-line & application-to-application

interfaces for local service. These issues include: slow response times, time outs,

loss of access/functionality, and inability to download files or reports.)

* System Errors (Returned responses not consistent with Business Rules.)

* Billing (Daily Usage Feed (DUF), Bill Data Tape (BDT), Simpleview and

Powerbill technical issues)

* Exceptions (LSI and EDI notifiers, Loop Qualification and Line Loss errors.)

The purpose of the PSCC is to enable CLECs to report troubles so that they may quickly resolve the issue and communicate the resolution(s) to the customers. The PSCC is responsible for working with all Verizon internal departments to bring about resolution. The PSCC also works with CLECs to conduct joint diagnosis when necessary. The PSCC is responsible for all CLEC troubles that occur in the Production Environment. Any problems that occur in the CLEC Test Environment (CTE) should be referred to the CLEC’s Testing Coordinator.

Some options include obtaining a...:

System Availability Ticket

System Error Ticket

Billing Ticket

Line Loss Ticket Entry

Loop Qual Ticket Entry

PON Exception Ticket

Other Ticket

...

/ab

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1-800-772-1213

this is the number you call to get a new Social Security Number

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1-800-772-1213

I found this one the other day.

Its the Number you call when you want a social security number.

It could come in handy one day.

Lets try not to repeat the same numbers. Thank you.

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252-208-1212 - Picks up and dials '208-1212' in DTMF. I'll bet it's dialing into one of those ghetto pager systems

252-208-9999 - Kind of a weird recording. I've heard the same recording on a Pacific Bell switch in California, though, but why they'd make a recording like this standard for, well, anything is beyond me.

919-938-9999 - "The number you have dialed is temporarily disconnected"

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1-800-772-1213

I found this one the other day.

Its the Number you call when you want a social security number.

It could come in handy one day.

Lets try not to repeat the same numbers. Thank you.

im sorry. i forgot i posted that one here.
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Someone asked for this, but here's some numbers I got from SE this one month a long time ago.

also this was submitted to www.digzine.com for issue #fear =)

some additional tmobile numbers:

877) 369-4588 Backdoor Tier 2, The Data Group Technical Support.

(888) 662-4662 NOC west

(888) 218-6664 NOC east

(800) 260-6003 California NOC

(888) 624-5173 Risk Assessment team

Switches:

PHX 602-643-3586 602-643-3081

OKC 405-270-5710

Austin TX 512-437-6599

Dallas TX 214-523-4183

HOuston TX 281-372-2800

Seattle WA 425-798-7477

Portland OR 503-262-0005

Chicago IL 773-444-5501

TAMPA FL 813-243-3300

Cleveland OH 216-525-6060

Pittsburgh 412-365-2250

Minneapolis 952-833-4240

San Antonio Call Austin

New Orleans 504-835-3434

Idaho call salt lake city

Hawaii 808-593-0074

St Louis MO 314-872-3733

Kansas City 816-936-6400

Colorado Denver NSS (Network SubSystem) 303-313-2902

Colorado Denver BSS (Base SubSystem) 303-313-2960

California LA Market:

213-346-0702

562-777-0600

714-446-0693

(This all came about because a friend of mine received a phone call on his cellphone from a number in the phx exchange for tmobile, and when he dialed it back he got a tmobile operator (office operator).

He had thought I was messing with him (for whatever reason... blah)

So I call the number to find out what its about. Then scan thru out that exchange and found the NSS and BSS switch numbers.

I was like "woo*!"

Then at night it would forward over to the NOC west.

From there I got every switch one by one without never really lying* to the Tmobile NOC/switch techs.

They just assumed if I said "this is jim from phx" they thought I meant I worked out of the switch in PHX. haha

=P

silly rabbits.

ok peace

greyarea

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