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BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. d/b/a AT&T Georgia is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch at the Atlanta Adamsville (ATLNGAAD69F) is being replaced with a GENBAND Remote utilizing a G6/G5 architecture hosted from the Atlanta East Point C20 switch (ATLNGAEPDSQ).  The cutover is scheduled for the 3rd Qtr 2016 and will not any sooner than August 1, 2016.

The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Atlanta Adamsville (ATLNGAAD69F) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southeast 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 Atlanta East Point C20 switch (ATLNGAEPDSQ). The existing switch, ATLNGAAD69F, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote  switch, ATLNGAADRPA, during the 3rd Qtr 2016.

Currently, ATLNGAAD69F, homes on the ATLNGAEP01T (Atlanta East Point) for FG B, FG D and INTRA (LATA) tandem functions. 
The new ATLNGAADRPA remote location will also home on the ATLNGAEP01T for FG B, FG D, and INTRA (LATA) Tandem functions. 

Currently, ATLNGAAD69F currently homes on the ATLNGAEP01T (Atlanta East Point) for Local Tandem functions.
The new ATLNGAADRPA location will also home on ATLNGAEP01T (Atlanta East Point) for Local Tandem functions. 

ATLNGAAD69F switch currently homes on the ATLNGABU02T (Atlanta Buckhead) Operator Services Tandem.
The new ATLNGAADRPA location will also home on the ATLNGABU02T (Atlanta Buckhead) Operator Services Tandem. 

Existing CLLI code: ATLNGAAD69F

Existing Point Code: 252 013 004

New CLLI code: ATLNGAADRPA

New Point Code: 252 013 118 (same as host ATLNGAEPDSQ)

LATA: 438           NPA: 404              NXXs*: 472, 505, 691, 696, 699.

*NXXs valid as of 6/19/2015.

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Well, at least these are telling us where the 1As actually are. Heh.

 

We have a few months on most of these... Looks like some hardcore janning is going to be happening!

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BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. d/b/a AT&T Georgia is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch at the Atlanta Columbia Drive (ATLNGACD28F) is being replaced with a GENBAND Remote utilizing a G6/G5 architecture hosted from the Atlanta East Point C20 switch (ATLNGAEPDSQ).  The cutover is scheduled for the 3rd Qtr 2016 and will not occur any sooner than August 10, 2016.

The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Atlanta Columbia Drive (ATLNGACD28F) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. 
AT&T Southeast 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 Atlanta East Point C20 switch (ATLNGAEPDSQ). 
The existing switch, ATLNGACD28F, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, ATLNGACDRPA, during the 3rd Qtr 2016.

Currently, (ATLNGACD28F), homes on the NRCRGAMA02T (Norcross) for FG B, FG D, Local and INTRA (LATA) tandem functions. 
The new, (ATLNGACDRPA) remote location will also home on the NRCRGAMA02T (Norcross)  for FG B, FG D, Local and INTRA (LATA) Tandem functions. 

ATLNGACD28F switch currently homes on the ATLNGABU02T (Atlanta Buckhead) Operator Services Tandem.
The new (ATLNGACDRPA) location will also home on the ATLNGABU02T (Atlanta Buckhead) Operator Services Tandem. 

Existing CLLI code: ATLNGACD28F

Existing Point Code: 252 013 008

New CLLI code: , (ATLNGACDRPA)

New Point Code: 252 013 118 (same as host ATLNGAEPDSQ)

LATA: 438           NPA: 404              NXXs*: 284, 286, 288, 289, 534.

*NXXs valid as of 6/19/2015.

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BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. d/b/a AT&T Georgia is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch at the Waycross Main (WYCRGAMA28C) is being replaced with a GENBAND Remote utilizing a G6/G5 architecture hosted from the Atlanta East Point C20 switch (ATLNGAEPDSQ).  The cutover is scheduled for the 3rd Qtr 2016 and will not occur any sooner than September 1, 2016.

The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Waycross Main (WYCRGAMA28C) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans.
AT&T Southeast 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 Atlanta East Point C20 switch (ATLNGAEPDSQ).
The existing switch, WYCRGAMA28C, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, WYCRGAMAPSA, during the 3rd Qtr 2016.

Currently, (WYCRGAMA28C), is transitioning to the Savannah Bull Street Tandem (SVNHGABS03T) for FG B, FG D, and INTRA (LATA) tandem functions as of April/2016.

The new, (WYCRGAMAPSA) remote location will also home on the Savannah Bull Street Tandem (SVNHGABS03T) for FG B, FG D, and INTRA (LATA) Tandem functions. 

The WYCRGAMA28C switch currently homes on the Savannah Bull Street Tandem (SVNHGABS03T) Operator Services Tandem.
The new (WYCRGAMAPSA) location will also home on the Savannah Bull Street Tandem (SVNHGABS03T) Operator Services Tandem. 

Existing CLLI code: WYCRGAMA28C 
Existing Point Code: 252 016 002
New CLLI code: , (WYCRGAMAPSA) 
New Point Code: 252 013 118 (same as host ATLNGAEPDSQ) 
LATA: 440    NPA: 912    NXXs*: 283, 284, 285, 287, 338.
*NXXs valid as of 6/19/2015.
 

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BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. d/b/a AT&T Louisiana is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch at Shreveport Queensboro (SHPTLAQBCG0) is being replaced with a GENBAND Remote utilizing a G6/G5 architecture hosted from the New Orleans Main C20 Switch (NWORLAMADS9).  The cutover is scheduled for the 4th Qtr 2016 and will not be implemented prior to October 1st 2016.

The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Shreveport Queensboro (SHPTLAQBCG0) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. AT&T Southeast 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 New Orleans Main C20 Switch (NWORLAMADS9). The existing switch, SHPTLAQBCG0, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, SHPTLAQBPSA, during the 4th Qtr 2016 but not prior to October 1st 2016.

Currently, Shreveport Queensboro (SHPTLAQBCG0), homes on SHPTLAMA05T (Shreveport Main) for FG B, FG D and Intra Lata tandem functions.
The new SHPTLAQBPSA remote location will also home on SHPTLAMA05T (Shreveport Main) for FG B, FG D and Intra Lata tandem functions.

Currently Shreveport Queensboro (SHPTLAQBCG0) homes on SHPTLAMA05T (Shreveport Main) for Local tandem functions. 
The new, SHPTLAQBPSA, remote location will also home on SHPTLAMA05T (Shreveport Main) for Local tandem functions. 

Shreveport Queensboro (SHPTLAQBCG0) switch currently homes on the SHPTLAMA05T (Shreveport Main) Operator Services Tandem.
The new SHPTLAQBPSA location will also home on the SHPTLAMA05T (Shreveport Main) Operator Services Tandem. 

Existing CLLI code: Shreveport Queensboro (SHPTLAQBCG0)  
Existing Point Code: 252 152 006
New CLLI code: SHPTLAQBPSA 
New Point Code: 252-158-058 (same as host NWORLAMADS9) 
LATA: 486    NPA: 318    NXXs*: 525, 621, 631, 632, 635, 636, 638.
*NXXs valid as of 3/14/2016.
 

Issue Date: March 15, 2016

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This is a revision to Long Term NCN ATT20151202L.1 and is due to the date change on the ASR's from June 30th, 2016 to June 9th, 2016. 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. 

(If only word wrap was fucking adapted on this forum...)

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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BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. d/b/a AT&T Georgia is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch at the Carrollton Main (CRTNGAMA83C) is being replaced with a GENBAND Remote utilizing a G6/G5 architecture hosted from the Atlanta East Point C20 switch (ATLNGAEPDSQ)

The cutover is scheduled for the 4th Qtr 2016 and will not occur any sooner than October 5, 2016.

The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Carrollton Main (CRTNGAMA83C) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. 
AT&T Southeast 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 Atlanta East Point C20 switch (ATLNGAEPDSQ). 
The existing switch, CRTNGAMA83C, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, CRTNGAMARPA, during the 4th Qtr 2016

Currently, (CRTNGAMA83C), homes on the ATLNGAEP01T (Atlanta East Point) for FG B, FG D, Local and INTRA (LATA) tandem functions. 
The new, (CRTNGAMARPA) remote location will also home on the ATLNGAEP01T (Atlanta East Point) for FG B, FG D, Local and INTRA (LATA) Tandem functions. 

CRTNGAMA83C switch currently homes on the ATLNGABU02T (Atlanta Buckhead) Operator Services Tandem.
The new (CRTNGAMARPA) location will also home on the ATLNGABU02T (Atlanta Buckhead) Operator Services Tandem. 

Existing CLLI code: CRTNGAMA83C 
Existing Point Code: 252 013 073
New CLLI code: (CRTNGAMARPA) 
New Point Code: 252 013 118 (same as host ATLNGAEPDSQ) 
LATA: 438    NPA: See NXXs    NXXs*: 678-796; 770-214, 782, 816, 830, 832, 834, 836, 838.
*NXXs valid as of 6/19/2015.
 

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BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. d/b/a AT&T Georgia is announcing that The Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch at the Fairburn (FRBNGAEB96A) is being replaced with a GENBAND Remote utilizing a G6/G5 architecture hosted from the Atlanta East Point C20 switch (ATLNGAEPDSQ)

The cutover is scheduled for the 4th Qtr 2016 and will not occur any sooner than October 18, 2016.

The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Fairburn (FRBNGAEB96A) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. 
AT&T Southeast 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 Atlanta East Point C20 switch (ATLNGAEPDSQ). 
The existing switch, FRBNGAEB96A, will be Dial with Dialed to a remote switch, FRBNGAEBRPA, during the 4th Qtr 2016.

Currently, FRBNGAEB96A, homes on the ATLNGAEP01T (Atlanta East Point) for FG B, FG D, Local and INTRA (LATA) tandem functions. 
The new, FRBNGAEBRPA remote location will also home on the ATLNGAEP01T (Atlanta East Point) for FG B, FG D, Local and INTRA (LATA) Tandem functions. 

FRBNGAEB96A switch currently homes on the ATLNGABU02T (Atlanta Buckhead) Operator Services Tandem.
The new FRBNGAEBRPA location will also home on the ATLNGABU02T (Atlanta Buckhead) Operator Services Tandem. 

Existing CLLI code: FRBNGAEB96A 
Existing Point Code: 252 013 036
New CLLI code: FRBNGAEBRPA 
New Point Code: 252 013 118 (same as host ATLNGAEPDSQ) 
LATA: 438    NPA: 770    NXXs*: 306, 774, 892, 964, 969.
*NXXs valid as of 6/19/2015.
 

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BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company d/b/a AT&T Texas is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch at Beaumont Terminal (BUMTTXTECG0) is being replaced with a GENBAND switch utilizing G6/G5 architecture.

 

The cutover is scheduled for the 4th Qtr 2016 and will not happen before November 4, 2016.

The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Beaumont Terminal  (BUMTTXTECG0) 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 switch utilizing the G6/G5 architecture. 
The GENBAND switch is configured to accept trunking in TDM format only. 
The existing switch, BUMTTXTECG0 , will be Dial with Dialed to the new switch, BUMTTXTEPSA, during the 4th Qtr 2016. 

Currently, BUMTTXTECG0, homes on BUMTTXTE03T (Beaumont Terminal) for FG B and FG D tandem and also  INTRA (LATA) and Local tandem functions.
The new, BUMTTXTEPSA, switch will also home on the BUMTTXTE03T (Beaumont Terminal) for FG B, FG D, Intra and Local tandem functions. 

BUMTTXTECG0 currently homes on the BUMTTXTE03T (Beaumont Terminal) for Operator Services.
The new BUMTTXTEPSA switch will also home on the BUMTTXTE03T (Beaumont Terminal) for Operator Services. 

 

Existing CLLI code: BUMTTXTECG0 

Existing Point Code: 249 142 009

New CLLI code: BUMTTXTEPSA

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

LATA: 562     NPA: 409       NXXs*: 212, 456, 654, 757, 784, 785, 813, 827, 832, 833, 835, 838, 839, 841, 868, 880.

 

*NXXs valid as of 11/2/2015.

 

(For some inexplicable reason, someone who uploaded the .doc file listed it under the "Southeast" section. I've corrected this above.)

 

 

 

Edited by ramsaso
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Are there any that ARE NOT being replaced this year?

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So far, I think the Savannah 1A isn't. Also, one in Louisiana.

 

I was browsing through the Lucent/Alcatel-Lucent/Siemens website earlier, and noticed the 1AESS no longer comes up on the list of products they support. Maybe that's why AT&T is suddenly so eager to get rid of them? My understanding is their in-house ability to run them is pretty limited, and the few people that do know are probably not too far from retirement. There's probably a big financial incentive to let go of those guys, especially if they're looking to sell off some of their wireline footprint like they did in Connecticut..

 

https://support.alcatel-lucent.com/portal/web/support

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BellSouth Telecommunications LLC. d/b/a AT&T Louisiana is announcing that the Alcatel-Lucent 1AESS switch at Lafayette Vermillion (LFYTLAVMCG0) is being replaced with a GENBAND switch utilizing a G6/G5 architecture.

The cutover is scheduled for the 4th Qtr 2016 and will not be implemented prior to December 17 2016.

The purpose of this Network Disclosure is to provide information on the Lafayette Vermillion (LFYTLAVMCG0) Transfer Project and Dial with Dial plans. 
AT&T Southeast is replacing the existing Alcatel Lucent 1AESS standalone end office switch with a new Genband switch utilizing a GENBAND G6/G5 architecture. 
The GENBAND switch is configured to accept trunking in TDM format only. 
The existing switch, LFYTLAVMCG0, will be Dial with Dialed to the new switch, LFYTLAVMPSA, during the 4th Qtr 2016.

Currently, Lafayette Vermillion (LFYTLAVMCG0), homes on LFYTLAMA0GT (Lafayette Main) for FG B, FG D and Intra Lata tandem functions.
The new LFYTLAVMPSA switch will also home on LFYTLAMA0GT (Lafayette Main) for FG B, FG D and Intra Lata tandem functions.

Lafayette Vermillion (LFYTLAVMCG0) switch currently homes on the LFYTLAMA0GT (Lafayette Main) Operator Services Tandem.
The new LFYTLAVMPSA location will also home on the LFYTLAMA0GT (Lafayette Main) Operator Services Tandem. 

Existing CLLI code: Lafayette Vermillion (LFYTLAVMCG0) 

Existing Point Code: 252-155-003

New CLLI code: LFYTLAVMPSA

New Point Code:   252-158-058  (same as host NWORLAMADC9)

LATA: 488     NPA: 337       NXXs*: 216, 273, 294, 295, 406, 713, 981, 983, 984, 988, 989, 991, 993

*NXXs valid as of 6/15/2016.

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I wonder how many will be left by the end of this year? Most, if not all of the ones I was aware of are slated to be replaced by the end of the year. :(

 

 

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On 5/22/2016 at 5:09 AM, ThoughtPhreaker said:

So far, I think the Savannah 1A isn't. Also, one in Louisiana.

 

I was browsing through the Lucent/Alcatel-Lucent/Siemens website earlier, and noticed the 1AESS no longer comes up on the list of products they support. Maybe that's why AT&T is suddenly so eager to get rid of them? My understanding is their in-house ability to run them is pretty limited, and the few people that do know are probably not too far from retirement. There's probably a big financial incentive to let go of those guys, especially if they're looking to sell off some of their wireline footprint like they did in Connecticut..

 

https://support.alcatel-lucent.com/portal/web/support

That's amazing that Nokia is now the support group for the 5ESS, DCO, EWSD and GTD5-EAX. And like you said, no longer the support for the 1AESS. Hence the big and final push to get them cut over to Genband G6 switches.

 

 

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I'm working on a report of the remaining 1AESS switches. Based upon what I know of at the moment, there are probably less than 20 1AESS switches in the US. The reason that I'm not sure is that according to AT&T regulatory documents, 20 of the 28 that I've researched that I believe still exist as of the start of 2016 have expected retirement dates. The other 8 I can't find, hence they either do not yet have a retirement date set or have already been sent to the scrap heap. The ones with 1st or 2nd Quarter 2016 are probably gone by now. So my rough estimate at the moment is between 13 and 21.

 

I'll be working with a contact in the industry to help refine this list in the coming weeks, but I thought I'd share what I have found so far:


Current CLLI    State    Ratecenter         Wirecenter          Expected Retirement
JCVLFLRV38E     FL       Jacksonville       Riverside           3rd Qtr 2016
JCBHFLMA24E     FL       Jacksonville Beach Main                *2nd Qtr 2016
ATLNGAAD69F     GA       Atlanta            Adamsville          No info found
ATLNGACD28F     GA       Atlanta            Columbia Drive      3rd or 4th Qtr 2016
ATLNGAGR24F     GA       Atlanta            Gresham             *2nd Qtr 2016
ATLNGAHR79E     GA       Atlanta            Hollywood Road      *1st Qtr 2016
ATLNGAWE75F     GA       Atlanta            West End            *1st Qtr 2016
FRBNGAEB96A     GA       Atlanta South      Fairburn-East Broad 4th Qtr 2016
AGSTGAFL79C     GA       Augusta            Fleming East        No info found
CRTNGAMA83C     GA       Carrollton         Carrollton          4th Qtr 2016
LGRNGAMA88C     GA       Lagrange           Lagrange Main       No info found
SVNHGADE35C     GA       Savannah           Derenne             No info found
WRRBGAMA92C     GA       Warner-Robins      Main                1st or 2nd Qtr 2017
WYCRGAMA28C     GA       Waycross           Main                3rd Qtr 2016
LFYTLAMACG1     LA       Lafayette          Main                No info found
LFYTLAVMCG0     LA       Lafayette          Vermillion          4th Qtr 2016
SHPTLAQBCG0     LA       Shreveport         Queensboro          4th Qtr 2016
SHPTLAHDCG0     LA       Shreveport         South Highland      1st or 2nd Qtr 2017
GDRPMIBL770     MI       Grand Rapids       Bell                No info found
STLSMO40CG0     MO       Ladue              Florissant          No info found
NSVLTNINCG0     TN       Nashville          Inglewood           *2nd Qtr 2016
BUMTTXTECG0     TX       Beaumont           Terminal            4th Qtr 2016
DLLSTXHACG0     TX       Dallas             Hamilton            *2nd Qtr 2016
DLLSTXWHCG0     TX       Dallas             Whitehall           *2nd Qtr 2016
ELPSTXNECG0     TX       El Paso            Northeast           3rd Qtr 2016
FTWOTXWACG0     TX       Fort Worth         Walnut              *2nd Qtr 2016
DLLSTXGPCG0     TX       Grand Prairie      Grand Prairie       3rd Qtr 2016
ODSSTXLICG0     TX       Odessa             Lincoln             1st or 2nd Qtr 2017

 

The ones with an asterisk are probably gone as of August 2016 based upon AT&T regulatory documents.

 

So as you can tell, there will be most likely three 1AESS switches still around by early 2017 (Warner-Robbins, Shreveport South Highland, and Odessa Lincoln). So the countdown will be to see which one of these three will be The Last of the Mohicans, so to speak.

 

The end is getting closer. Time to work on getting those recordings before they're gone for good!

 

 

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Whilst I like the list, you're forgetting the Abilene, TX 1AESS (325-675).

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4 hours ago, ramsaso said:

Whilst I like the list, you're forgetting the Abilene, TX 1AESS (325-675).

Oh yeah, forgot those HLE switches! (1AESS high-low)

 

I'll add that to the list. Looks like that gets replaced 1st Qtr of 2017

 

Thanks!

 

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8 hours ago, JmanA9 said:

What's high-low mean?

Four wire trunks, local and toll switching. In other words, a tandem when a 1ESS/1AESS was a part of the hierarchical structure of the long distance network.

 

 

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Cool, I haven't heard them called that before.  Thanks!

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On 8/26/2016 at 7:21 PM, dmine45 said:

So as you can tell, there will be most likely three 1AESS switches still around by early 2017 (Warner-Robbins, Shreveport South Highland, and Odessa Lincoln). So the countdown will be to see which one of these three will be The Last of the Mohicans, so to speak.

 

Something tells me that the Warner-Robins switch (478-926 among others) will be the last to go, seeing as the switch gives dial tone to the whole of Robins Air Force Base.

 

That's my guess.

 

EDIT: Actually, scratch that. Looks like 478-926 might have already been pulled onto a NuVox POI.

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