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Maybe this is a good place to get help identifying different numbers.

15098846923 MARK weird beepy thing

15098842710 MARK weird beepy thing

Both numbers do the same thing: ring normally a few times, then start making what I think is supposed to sound like a ring, but really just sounds like some beeping. Then there are some high-pitched tones, then it hangs up. I see these all the time, I have no idea what they are.

15098844752 MARK "This is the district autodialer, kit key 1 for alarms * to acknowledge # to exit"

Sounds like it might be interesting. Recording is low-quality and hard to understand, I might not have transcribed it right. Sounds like some hacked-together thing.

I also find a lot of modems that answer with "REMOTE nnnnn" with the n's being some digit. I would love to know what these are, I see them all the time. They stay connected for about sixty seconds, and then disconnect. Sometimes just before the call is ended it sends "AT" like it's not waiting long enough before sending the modem commands, and also strongly suggesting is a modem that takes AT commands rather than some embedded thing. Here's a log of one:

ATDT 15098840697

CONNECT 9600/ARQ/V34/LAPM

REMOTE 45941

AT

NO CARRIER

I know it's probably not anything terribly interesting, but it's been gnawing at me.

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15098846923 MARK weird beepy thing

15098842710 MARK weird beepy thing

Believe it or not, faxes. You know that tone faxes make when they dial out? Try generating that, they'll magically turn into a fax carrier. There's loads of these out there for some reason.

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15098846923 MARK weird beepy thing

15098842710 MARK weird beepy thing

Believe it or not, faxes. You know that tone faxes make when they dial out? Try generating that, they'll magically turn into a fax carrier. There's loads of these out there for some reason.

Huh, interesting. Is that ancient faxes, or reasonably-modern-but-unusual faxes?

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Huh, interesting. Is that ancient faxes, or reasonably-modern-but-unusual faxes?

They support reasonably modern modulation standards, so I'd think so. It could be one or two manufacturers just has a different idea of how to answer calls.

I overheard someone complaining a few nights ago about bridges being hard to find these days. So here's bridges. For bridging. Enjoy!

979-847-9185

979-847-9186

979-847-9187

979-847-9188

979-847-9189

979-847-9190

360-832-0034

308-726-2663 - Any five digit conference number works, maximum of four participants

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timewarner

pac-877-866-8833/noc-877-777-2263/ rochesternydisbatch-315-362-3995

frontier/noc-866-474-7662

comcast

noc-888-662-6386

survalence-301-456-8846/headquarters-215-665-1700/maitnence-888-662-6386

att

repair-800-515-7272

rcmac southeast-816-275-1401

midwest pots-800-842-5259

kentucky wmc-502-363-6034

ca dms survalence-916-977-7583

ca automated transfer mlac/rcmac-800-980-0272

national mlac/rcmac-888-509-9399

ca provisioning-800-211-9494 screw adam/max =)

verizon

rcmac-800-932-2230

mid atlantic center-877-327-2662

de frame-302-856-0034

switching-972-615-8228

nj ncc-973-408-9980

nortin va frame-276-679-9993

ny manhatton rcmac-212-681-5222

ny garden city noc-516-832-8722

va assignments-800-339-6459

directory-866-489-3932

helpdesk-800-569-8799

mass lowell noc-978-446-8400

mass tortan noc-508-884-1300/1400

ca rcmac-800-483-7265/800-941-1700/800-286-6625

ca ncc-866-483-4100

ohio ndc-888-868-1848

michigan ndc-877-570-2673

new york city ny rcmac-888-414-7994

pembroke va ntc-888-466-9209

payroll-866-489-7297

909-382 frame-909-382-0000/909-307-9202

verizonwireless

nrb-8668998998

nocw-8666130794

noce-8772646620

it-8778031958

etni-8668994872

san bernardino california frame-909-888-0000/0009/0005

tmobile

noc-888-218-6664

dealer call in-888-310-8369

cricket noc-505-872-7741

metropcs

cs-888-863-8768

noc-866-672-6727

sprint

lnp-877-727-1100

noc-866-400-6040

ipservices-412-622-6007

provisioning-888-612-9934

att Puerto Rico noc-787-620-3049

charter noc-866-chtr-noc

cavalier telephone noc-888-662-5700

broadwing noc-877-946-4777

qwest

helpdesk-877-828-4357

employee locator-800-879-4357

lrac-888-896-3549

assignments-800-513-5558

noc-877-886-6515

security-888-879-7328

unicall security-866-864-2255

millawatt-905-290-0102

millawatt-647-430-0102 n

millawatt-416-916-8102

cpn-888-902-9998

millawatt-516-378-9932

comcast test number-501-374-0453

millawatt-317-614-9960/9975

dms500 msg-317-614-9901

elvis-718-238-9901

mci anac tells cpn ani 8004377950

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speaking of 710's I recently heard about a couple that call this company - evolve ip - If memory serves me right..

665 3600 is one of them

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What carrier are you trying this on? I just get the usual prompt for a PIN number.

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What carrier are you trying this on? I just get the usual prompt for a PIN number.

ooma gets me a reorder, boost mobile CDMA (sprint) gets me *tone* "please reenter your pin now"

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I get a CBCAD Magic Jack. Tone + please enter your pin on AT&T.

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ya tp-gives me tone when using celly-though i thought it was unique cuz i only found a few-didnt think to try from regular phone-the dialers are in the computer i did a 700 xxx xxxx and got the carrier name bt i forget,, I'll be back in a week or so and post more when I find out

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ok-so 700 555 4141 gives global crossing ld company-all the equipment there (outbound call center) is super old . the computers are running dos. no joke.and at a quick glance it looks like an old school pbx hooked up to the server..

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ok-so 700 555 4141 gives global crossing ld company-all the equipment there (outbound call center) is super old . the computers are running dos. no joke.and at a quick glance it looks like an old school pbx hooked up to the server..

700 555 4141 will be different depending upon who the long distance carrier is...

usually only works with POTS...

all 700-555-xxxx numbers that i have tried so far on optimum voice go to directory assistance

ooma reads back a recording "your call can not be completed at this time"

boost CDMA/sprint "the number or code you have dialed..."

vonage was using the 700 NPA for various features such as weather, etc... not sure if they are still doing that...

edited for typo..

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your right about the pots line -when i checked the back end i saw the punch down blocks, also dialing an anac on all phones gives same number :thumbsup:

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I'm not sure I follow here, are you sure the POTS lines aren't all PBX extensions?

Also,

619-464-0000 - Loud recording of a switchman talking to himself about the 858 area code recording

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i get a recording "we're sorry you can not use this feature to reach the number you are calling right now, please hang up now and try again later" did not hear anyone talking about any 858 area code, if it was in the background perhaps the radio my wife has on right now drowned it out..

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I'm not sure-and I'm not really supposed to be in there..

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i get a recording "we're sorry you can not use this feature to reach the number you are calling right now, please hang up now and try again later" did not hear anyone talking about any 858 area code, if it was in the background perhaps the radio my wife has on right now drowned it out..

I got that as well.

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hmm, that could be a problem, couldn't it? I meant to write 619-460-0000.

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hmm, that could be a problem, couldn't it? I meant to write 619-460-0000.

where was that recorded, the international space station?

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where was that recorded, the international space station?

It's possible they're still using steam-powered ADPCM announcements.

904-805-9424 - AT&T Business customer service backdoor

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Here's some new ones I found today while scanning..................

303-232-0035 a disconnected recording but sounds like electrical current in the background

303-651-0002 "The number 303-651-0002 is in service, please try your call again." This is not a typo - it screwed up saying it's 'in service' when it meant 'not in service'.

303-651-0003 voicemail greeting says, "This is Qwest Communications central office in Longmont Colorado."

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More numbers................

303-600-0000 through 0999 98% are faxes, rest are voicemail

303-603-0001 reorder

303-604-0009 all circuits are busy recording

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Some numbers:

303-606-0000 through 0199 "Record not created. DV1." Short reorder then silence.

303-607-0008 busy signal

303-607-0009 milliwat

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412-497-7150 - Old number for Bell of PA customer service, specifically, the number to call to make payment arrangements. It drops you into a hold queue with music

412-633-5004 - Yet another line which appears to go to the same place as the one above; the music is in sync.

412-497-7003 - Intra-company desk for general business services

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888-477-7468 - Sprint internal IVR

718-268-9999 - Recording; supes, responds to DTMF

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