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(ARCHIVE) List of Remaining 1AESS Offices

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I think one of the first scans I ever did was of the Abilene switch.

 

http://pastebin.com/XhumiwhJ

 

Don't forget DLLSTXWHCG0. 214-946-9990 is a not in service recording from that switch. Could the guy making that be any more of a good 'ol boy?

 

 

That one sounds like a DMS-100 to me.

 

What does the CG0 as opposed to DS0 (Digital Signal 0) stand for? 0 is for 64k lines, at least DS0, That much I think I know, what about CG?

 

DS0 in the context of a CLLI code is actually a little different. A CLLI is read as WWWWXXYYZZZ:

 

W and X are the equipment's city and state as you've already noticed.

 

Y = Building code

Z = Equipment code. For a switch, the first two characters tell you what kind it is, while the last tells you which it is, usually starting with 0 and going up.

 

VS = Video switch (or so I've heard)

GT = Trunk gateway (usually for packet-based media gateways)

CM = Commercial Mobile switch

PS = Packet Switch

DS = Digital Switch

CG = Control Group (Digitally controlled electromechanical switch)

MG = Marker Group (Crossbar)

DG = Decoder Group (Panel)

SG = Selector Group (Step)

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Why do all ringing or SIT numbers stay on the line for 3 minutes on 615-650? SIT messages keep in a loop for 3 minutes, numbers that ring out do so in 3 minutes. Does it have anything to do with being an older switch ? (The other 1AESS's I tried out didnt behave like this tho.. )

 

**Edit:

Now I realize other errors and ringouts I tried in 212 behave the same way, except it's a different (far lesser) amount of time that the switch disconnects and I get sent to reorder (but uniform amongst different numbers I dialed). I guess I'm just looking for oddities that aren't there sometimes.The unending looping errors on 616-650 are really cool though and uncommon (for me), usually it's two repeats if any and straight to reorder.

 

Is the blocked call recording Jane Barbe? Also, what tone is it that plays in the AIS that reads the number back? 2200Hz?

 

 

Also, in your scan, what was that 2200Hz signal for on 9843,9833?

615-650-1.wav

615-650-2.wav

615-650-3.WAV

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Y = Building code

It's my understanding that when GTE cut CAMSWAXXDS1 to 5EAX in the 80s, they left the building code as "XX" "for historic purposes"! (It had previously been Stromberg XY step with director. Well, GTE.)

As if to cryptically say, "this was an XY but is now a DS1-type system".

EDIT ADD:

For what it's worth, I have prepared a new list of all the known extant 1A systems as a text file from the listings on Telcodata. I have no idea how up to date it is (half of them may have already been cut to DMS for all I know (hopefully not)) but here it is.

[old version removed]

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scratchytcarrier: You are definitely correct that almost half of the 1/1AESSes have cut to DMS (or MG9k as well)

 

I would recommend looking up on AT&T's regulatory page and VZ's as they upload documents about the migration from 1A to digital.

(Also would recommend to use the "testline" page to cross reference against the documents.)

 

AND to update your list...

 

all of houston's 1AESSes have been removed.

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If you want to cut down on that list a bit, this data seems to be from a relatively recent LERG; http://afiler.com/switches/1ae

 

Here's the changes I made, plus some confirmed 1As if anybody wants to take a poke at those;

 

HSTNTXADCG0 - Cutover to MG9K remote off of CS2k
HSTNTXGLCG0 - Cutover to MG9K remote off of CS2k
HSTNTXIDCG0 - Cutover to MG9K remote off of CS2k
HSTNTXWLCG0 - Cutover to MG9K remote off of CS2k
FTWOTXJECG0 - Cutover to MG9k remote off DMS-200
FTWOTXGLCG0 - Cutover to MG9k remote
FTWOTXATCG0 - Cutover to MG9k remote off DMS-200
BLTMMDEDCG0 - Cutover, traffic migrated to CS-2000
RCMDVAHLCG0 - Cutover, traffic migrated to CS-2000
NRFLVAGSCG0 - Cutover, traffic migrated to CS-2000
LGVWTXPLCG0 - Not a 1A

DLLSTXWHCG0 - 1AESS
DLLSTXHACG0 - 1AESS
ELPSTXNECG0 - 1AE(1E?)SS
BUMTTXTECG0 - 1AESS
FTWOTXWACG0 - 1AESS
ODSSTXLICG0 - 1AESS
DLLSTXGPCG0 - 1AESS

1aess.txt

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Okay, here is an updated version based on the listings given above. (Thanks, guys.)

I think it's a better idea to stick the deactivateds/cutovers to a section at the bottom. (Use the cut and paste to move an entry there). I also inserted a status column at far right where you can put your notes.

1aess.txt

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Here's an update with all the LERG info in it. If it's right, that makes about 26 offices remaining? I'm kinda sleepy right now, so don't take my word for it. Anyway, just for perspective I think there were forty something in 2006.

 

1aess.txt

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Somebody scan ATLNGAWE75F and ATLNGAHR79E before January 2016!

They are due for replacement with a GENBAND remote switch.

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PROJECT. who wants to scan the shit out of this with me?

It's about scanning season up here in teh land!

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For huge scans like this - especially in places like Atlanta where I have no idea where the test numbers are, I like to do a backspoof first to get an idea of where everything is. I've been having a few problems with it, but I'll post a few results for 404-792 pretty soon.

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How do you normally transcribe your backspoofs?

 

I'm moving soon, thinking about hooking up my phone recorder to my line, and recording callerid tones, and piping them into minimodem, and then piping that into a python script which could format the data. Is there something like that around already? 

 

In the meantime, I think that's a good idea, and I'll probably just write the numbers down by hand. Whose figuring out who gets which number range allocations?

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How do you normally transcribe your backspoofs?

 

Usually just with a modem; pretty much all of them support caller-id in some manner. Then I just have terminal software log it.

 

So I swear I'll finally give at least a few results tonight. The problem is that the easiest way to do this sort of thing is with trial credit from a sketchy voip provider. Making it a trial account is kind of an important detail, since the people they send their traffic to often complain about it after a while. Since you're not sending any audio, there's no particular disadvantage to using IP traffic.

 

Well, except for one.

 

Sometimes the call doesn't always tear down when you tell it to. For some reason, the providers are picking a route that does this almost every time (except for a small window of a few hours where I got most of the data). Really, really annoying to say the least. As some consolation I guess, you can pick up and hang up on the stuck call without deducting any credit.

 

EDIT: Here's what I have so far. If you see anything with O or P, it means the same thing as OUT OF AREA or PRIVATE; I just used a different modem for later stuff.

404-792.txt

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4047920018 is a test number. The other bellsouth number listed didnt seem to work for me.

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The CNAM for most stuff should be  'ATT'. I guess I forgot to add the missing 11xx entries in, though. Sorry! As I'm sure it's obvious by now, it's been kind of a busy week for me, but I'm also trying to just avoid having to deal with this. I thought the issue with the stuck route was fixed, but it turns out there's another one that doesn't bother originating the call at all - at least not in any reasonable length of time. So I have a bunch of new entries that have quite a few missing, and no huge, gaping indication of it like before.

 

If you've never done this sort of thing before, the average backspoof isn't anywhere near this annoying. I dunno what's been going on recently.

 

DATE = 0912TIME = 0107NAME = BELLSOUTH      NMBR = 4047921111RINGRINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0107NAME = BELLSOUTH      NMBR = 4047921113RINGRINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0108NAME = EDWARDS VALERIENMBR = 4047921112RINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0109NAME = OUT OF AREANMBR = 4047921115RINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0109NAME = OUT OF AREANMBR = 4047921114RINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0110NAME = REPUBLIC SVCS  NMBR = 4047921116RINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0110NAME = OUT OF AREANMBR = 4047921117RINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0110NAME = OUT OF AREANMBR = 4047921118RINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0111NAME = OUT OF AREANMBR = 4047921119RINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0111NAME = OUT OF AREANMBR = 4047921120RINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0111NAME = OUT OF AREANMBR = 4047921121RINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0111NAME = OUT OF AREANMBR = 4047921122RINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0112NAME = ROADRUNNER TRANNMBR = 4047921123RINGRINGDATE = 0912TIME = 0112NAME = OUT OF AREANMBR = 4047921124
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The problem seems to have corrected itself. I went away for the weekend, and left a backspoof going at a really slow pace. The output is attached if you want it. There's a few problems, but most seem to have captured just fine.

 

Oh, and by Monday morning, I was blocked from the provider xD .

 

Anyway, here's a few of the numbers on the 1A so far. This switch isn't necessarily the best example, but just remember that not having a CNAM entry doesn't necessarily mean there's nothing interesting on the number. A good handful of test numbers tend not to have any.

 

0863 - Dial NPA + 7D for local rec
1196 - LD CAC required rec
1220 - Ringout
1504 - Telco facility trouble rec
1616 - Modem
CONNECT 1200/NONE

ENTER PASSWORD
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2116 - Switchman, private calls not accepted rec

2596 - "The party you are trying to reach is still finishing another call. Stay on the line and your call  will be answered."

3553 - Ringout, forward to Octel VMB
3819 - Weird noise. Haunted?

4132 - Modem, ^ makes it spit out XXXX60^

8801 - Weird sounding ANAC, "Number identification error"

9586 - rec, "Thank you for calling the Atlanta Recycling Hotline. All of our agents are currently assisting other customers. Please stay on the line, and your call will be answered by the next available agent."

404-792_new.zip

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3819 - Weird noise. Haunted?

Sounds VERY analog. Maybe a recording machine that's not hooked up right?

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FTWOTXWACG0 and DLLSTXHACG0 are also being slated for removal by the 2nd quarter of 2016.

 

(It should be noted that a member of this forum has a connection to FTWOTXWACG0.)

 

FTWOTXWACG0 will be replaced with a Genband remote hosted from FTWOTXED03T/DS7. The new CLLI code will be FTWOTXWAPRA.

DLLSTXHACG0 will be replaced with a Genband remote hosted from FTWOTXEDDC9. The new CLLI code will be DLLSTXHARPA.

 

FTWOTXWACG0

NPA: 817

NXX: 207, 920, 921, 922, 923, 924, 926, 927

 

DLLSTXHACG0

NPA: 214

NXX: 421, 426, 428, 565, 928

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1AESS up for removal in Atlanta during the 2nd quarter of 2016: ATLNGAGR24F (Gresham)

 

NPA: 404

NXX: 212, 241, 243, 244, 328, 381

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404-241

0000 - Webster(?) and associates office

0001 - AIS Temporarily disconnected, no further information(tdnfi)

0002 - Fax

0003,4,5,6,7,8,9- AIS Disconnected, dial 411 (ad41)

 

9099,6,5,4,3,1 - ad41

9098,7, - AIS NIS for incoming calls (anfi)

9092,0110 - silent termination which then goes to a reorder.

9090 - VMB

 

1001 - Call privacy

0112 - Call has been delivered, but called party does not allow calls with blocked caller id to go through

0911 - Different NIS message and quickly to reorder

0069 - Fax

 

0852 - Male voice, Subscriber you have dialed is NIS (Message encountered on switch/AIS/Equpment ID's(??) GA140-56, GA139-56, GA138-56)

8800 - No longer in service AIS (sounds newer)

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"The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch at the Dallas Whitehall (DLLSTXWHCG0) is being replaced with a GENBAND Remote utilizing a G6/G5 architecture hosted from the Ft Worth Edison C20 Switch (FTWOTXEDDC9).  The cutover is scheduled for the 2nd Qtr 2016 but will not occur prior to 4/21/2016."
 
"The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Dallas Whitehall (DLLSTXWHCG0) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southwest is replacing the existing Alcatel Lucent 1AESS standalone end office switch with a new Genband remote switch utilizing a GENBAND G6/G5 architecture hosted from the Ft Worth Edison C20 Switch (FTWOTXEDDC9). The existing switch, DLLSTXWHCG0, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, DLLSTXWHRPA, during the 2nd Qtr 2016.Currently, DLLSTXWHCG0, homes on the DLLSTXRI01T (Dallas Riverside) for FG B and FG D tandem functions.The new DLLSTXWHRPA remote location will also home on the DLLSTXRI01T (Dallas Riverside) for FG B and FG D, tandem functions. Currently, DLLSTXWHCG0, homes on the DLLSTXWH01T (Dallas Whitehall) for INTRA (LATA) and Local tandem functions. The new, DLLSTXWHRPA, remote location will also home on the DLLSTXWH01T (Dallas Whitehall) for INTRA (LATA) and Local tandem functions. DLLSTXWHCG0 switch currently homes on the DLLSTXTA04T (Dallas Taylor) Operator Services Tandem.The new DLLSTXWHRPA location will also home on the DLLSTXTA04T (Dallas Taylor) Operator Services Tandem. 
Existing CLLI code: DLLSTXWHCG0

Existing Point Code: 249 138 004

New CLLI code: DLLSTXWHRPA

New Point Code: 249 138 136 (same as host FTWOTXEDDC9)

LATA: 552      NPA: 214         NXXs*: 779, 941, 942, 943, 944, 946, 947, 948.

*NXXs valid as of 9/1/2015.

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"The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch at the Dallas Whitehall (DLLSTXWHCG0) is being replaced with a GENBAND Remote utilizing a G6/G5 architecture hosted from the Ft Worth Edison C20 Switch (FTWOTXEDDC9).  The cutover is scheduled for the 2nd Qtr 2016 but will not occur prior to 4/21/2016."

 

I think this is the first 1AESS replacement in over two years. I've been wondering when they'd be replacing the remaining ones.

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"AT&T Southwest is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch at the El Paso Northeast (ELPSTXNECG0) is being replaced with a GENBAND Remote utilizing a G6/G5 architecture hosted from the Ft Worth Edison C20 Switch (FTWOTXEDDC9). The cutover is scheduled for the 2nd Qtr 2016 and will not happen until after March 31, 2016."




  • The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the El Paso Northeast (ELPSTXNECG0) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southwest is replacing the existing Alcatel Lucent 1AESS standalone end office switch with a new Genband remote switch utilizing a GENBAND G6/G5 architecture hosted from the Ft Worth Edison C20 Switch (FTWOTXEDDC9). The existing switch, ELPSTXNECG0, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, ELPSTXNEPSA, during the 2nd Qtr 2016.

    Currently, ELPSTXNECG0, homes on the ELPSTXMA15T (El Paso Main) for FG B and FG D tandem functions.
    The new ELPSTXNEPSA remote location will also home on the ELPSTXMA15T (El Paso Main) for FG B and FG D, tandem functions.

    Currently, ELPSTXNECG0, homes on the ELPSTXMA15T (El Paso Main) for INTRA (LATA) and Local tandem functions.
    The new, ELPSTXNEPSA, remote location will also home on the ELPSTXMA15T (El Paso Main) for INTRA (LATA) and Local tandem functions.

    ELPSTXNECG0 switch currently homes on the ELPSTXMA15T (El Paso Main) Operator Services Tandem.
    The new ELPSTXNEPSA location will also home on the ELPSTXMA15T (El Paso Main) Operator Services Tandem.



    Existing CLLI code: ELPSTXNECG0 

    Existing Point Code: 249 131 009

    New CLLI code: ELPSTXNEPSA 

    New Point Code: 249 138 136 (same as host FTWOTXEDDC9) 

    LATA: 540 NPA: 915 NXXs*: 745, 751, 755, 757, 759.

    *NXXs valid as of 11/2/2015.

     


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"AT&T Southwest is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office switch at St. Louis Florissant (STLSMO40CG0) is being replaced by a Genband G6/G5 Line Gateway (STLSMO40RPA) hosted from the St. Louis Jefferson (STLSMO05DS2) host location."

The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the St. Louis Florissant Wire Center (STLSMO40CG0) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans.  AT&T Missouri is replacing the existing Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS end office with a new Genband G6/G5 Line Gateway. The existing switch, STLSMO40CG0, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, STLSMO40RPA, in the 3rd quarter of 2016.  Currently, STLSMO40CG0 homes on the STLSMO2101T (St. Louis Ladue) for FG B, FG D and INTRA (LATA) tandem functions. The new STLSMO40RPA remote location will home on the STLSMO0501T for FG B Tandem, FG D Tandem, and INTRA (LATA) Tandem functions as does its future STLSMO05DS2 host office. This is a change between the homing arrangements for the STLSMO40CG0 and the new STLSMO40RPA. STLSMO40CG0 1AESS switch currently homes on the STLSMO05B2T (St. Louis Jefferson) Operator Services Tandem.The new STLSMO40RPA location will also home on the STLSMO05B2T (St. Louis Jefferson) Operator Services Tandem. 

Existing CLLI code: STLSMO40CG0 (1AESS)                                                                                                   

Existing Point Code: 249-146-006

New CLLI code: STLSMO40RPA

New Point Code: 249 146 107 (same as host STLSMO05DS2)

LATA: 520         NPA: 314          NXXs*: 830, 831, 837, 838, 839, 921, 972.                                                                     

*NXXs valid as of 10/30/2015.

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