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But where will I get updated NXX lists from? Ugg.

Edit: Forgot to add, "God damnit."

Maybe nanpa has one. I always used bellsmind and forgot if nanpa has it or not. I'll have to go looking. Just looked - they have nada. God damnit again.

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But where will I get updated NXX lists from? Ugg.

Edit: Forgot to add, "God damnit."

Maybe nanpa has one. I always used bellsmind and forgot if nanpa has it or not. I'll have to go looking. Just looked - they have nada. God damnit again.

i never really used bellsmind much.... you can get most of the info that was on there, in an easier to read format IMO at http://telcodata.us/

if nanpa.com has NXX assignments, or thousand block assignments on their site, i have yet to find it... but it is always good to get on their mailing list to get updates about shit....

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I used Bellsmind to find unassigned and unassignable codes. I emailed ntheory about the site a few months ago and never got a response. I'd certainly like to see it return, and I offered to host it.

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But where will I get updated NXX lists from? Ugg.

Edit: Forgot to add, "God damnit."

Maybe nanpa has one. I always used bellsmind and forgot if nanpa has it or not. I'll have to go looking. Just looked - they have nada. God damnit again.

i never really used bellsmind much.... you can get most of the info that was on there, in an easier to read format IMO at http://telcodata.us/

if nanpa.com has NXX assignments, or thousand block assignments on their site, i have yet to find it... but it is always good to get on their mailing list to get updates about shit....

I get their updates too.

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Jman-

That's what I was trying to do, get unassigned codes. What I had in mind was to scan them for anything useful-sometimes things are unassigned but are being used anyway by a telco.

I hope it comes back too.

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I tried emailing him about it a few months ago. No dice. I think for all intents and purposes, it's gone :( . I'm sad to see it go, there were a lot of good numbers on there, and the layout was great for looking up unassignable prefixes.

If anyone is in contact with him, it'd be great to get a backup of the site - or at least the database containing all the numbers.

I have a somewhat dated (2008) list of unassignable NXXes with descriptions from the LECs of their purpose if anyone wants it.

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:cough: Sorry, I'm brushing my dust off...

My Bell's Mind e-mail has been neglected. It didn't make it when I switched computers and I just now realized it. Looks like I have a few months of e-mail to sift through.

I would be willing to give it a go again. More than hosting what I'd really like is for someone to offer to write a nice front end for it. If there are any takers I'd be more than happy to supply the data.

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How appropriate do you think a VXML script would be for something like this? I think it could work for basic queries, but it could be a challenge to work scan listings into.

Do you think it's worth a shot? :)

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But where will I get updated NXX lists from? Ugg.

Edit: Forgot to add, "God damnit."

Maybe nanpa has one. I always used bellsmind and forgot if nanpa has it or not. I'll have to go looking. Just looked - they have nada. God damnit again.

i never really used bellsmind much.... you can get most of the info that was on there, in an easier to read format IMO at http://telcodata.us/

if nanpa.com has NXX assignments, or thousand block assignments on their site, i have yet to find it... but it is always good to get on their mailing list to get updates about shit....

I've finally found it. Not as detailed as telcodata, but it's something you can be near-sure is valid.

http://www.nanpa.com/reports/reports_cocodes_assign.html

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I've finally found it. Not as detailed as telcodata, but it's something you can be near-sure is valid.

http://www.nanpa.com/reports/reports_cocodes_assign.html

nice find, but what a PITA to go thru unless you have something you can import those text files into..

There's also excel spreadsheets on that webpage. From a quick glance, it looks like they contain the exact same data.

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The user-submitted listings on Bell's Mind are what's important, though. There's a ton of free sources for switch type/served exchange data.

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