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Breathing real live step dialtone @ (217) 234-6890

 

Anyone found anything good on it?

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Breathing real live step dialtone @ (217) 234-6890

 

Anyone found anything good on it?

(541) 327-4488 is another one. number listings are on https://www.ckts.info/411 everything under Phil McCarter can be dialed from here.

this is over an open-wire carrier trunk, so 2600hz will reset it and you can dial in SF pulses.

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Natas posted some interesting info about this way, way back; http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php/topic/3495-want-to-dial-into-an-step-by-step-switch/

 

I think I remember hearing someone say 375 is now an AE step. The switch you're hearing pick up I believe serves the 486 prefix. Other then that, the 1 level will get you onto an MF trunk to Asterisk.

 

Someone else has an XY office it looks like, and stuck a tour of it on Youtube; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRQWhmDxPGY

 

If you want to skip the video, the number is 805-741-2600.

 

EDIT: IPBB insists on trying to embed the video. Hopefully that isn't a problem now.

 

(another) Edit: The guy who runs the 217 step was nice enough to talk with me for a while. The 1+ trunk is for CNET. He also mentioned there's a trunk on 865 to an all-relay office, among a lot of toll-board gear. He's very proud of what he's been able to put together.

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Natas posted some interesting info about this way, way back; http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php/topic/3495-want-to-dial-into-an-step-by-step-switch/

 

I think I remember hearing someone say 375 is now an AE step. The switch you're hearing pick up I believe serves the 486 prefix. Other then that, the 1 level will get you onto an MF trunk to Asterisk.

 

Someone else has an XY office it looks like, and stuck a tour of it on Youtube; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRQWhmDxPGY

 

If you want to skip the video, the number is 805-741-2600.

 

EDIT: IPBB insists on trying to embed the video. Hopefully that isn't a problem now.

 

(another) Edit: The guy who runs the 217 step was nice enough to talk with me for a while. The 1+ trunk is for CNET. He also mentioned there's a trunk on 865 to an all-relay office, among a lot of toll-board gear. He's very proud of what he's been able to put together.

actually, the 1 level sounds like a DP trunk with MF ANI. because sometimes there is an ANI fail and you can hear it pulse out KP+102+ST3P

EDIT: looks like 375-3711 on the 217 number gives you dial tone from another step.

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I feel such a jackass asking this but how do i dial numbers IN the C*NET network when connected to +1 206 203 6610 or +1 952 652 0000 (such as DTMF/MF etc.? It might seem irrelevant but it's gonna be pointless if I start a new topic.

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I feel such a jackass asking this but how do i dial numbers IN the C*NET network when connected to +1 206 203 6610 or +1 952 652 0000 (such as DTMF/MF etc.? It might seem irrelevant but it's gonna be pointless if I start a new topic.

country code and number.in DTMF.

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Better yet, how do you get calls not in CNET's +1 code to go through the XY?

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Better yet, how do you get calls not in CNET's +1 code to go through the XY?

probably can't. many switchers don't have international hooked to their switches.

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Anyway, thank you for your help but whenever i try to enter dial the country code, it says that i dialed an invalid extension... even after just dialing one(1)!

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Anyway, thank you for your help but whenever i try to enter dial the country code, it says that i dialed an invalid extension... even after just dialing one(1)!

that's strange. your touch tone dial may be out of spec or something. what kind of phone are you using?

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Anyway, thank you for your help but whenever i try to enter dial the country code, it says that i dialed an invalid extension... even after just dialing one(1)!

that's strange. your touch tone dial may be out of spec or something. what kind of phone are you using?

 

A cheap-ass phone that I bought at Wally World for $10... should have spent my money on a western electric one but the $10 phone is perfect for recording sounds from the receiver. 

I wonder how it could be "out of spec" seeing as though the intercept machine at my local C.O can recognize it.... 

 

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Anyway, thank you for your help but whenever i try to enter dial the country code, it says that i dialed an invalid extension... even after just dialing one(1)!

that's strange. your touch tone dial may be out of spec or something. what kind of phone are you using?

 

A cheap-ass phone that I bought at Wally World for $10... should have spent my money on a western electric one but the $10 phone is perfect for recording sounds from the receiver. 

I wonder how it could be "out of spec" seeing as though the intercept machine at my local C.O can recognize it.... 

 

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maybe the walgreens calling card is blocking the touch-tones?

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