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I had sort of a tough time with this independent DMS, but there's still a few nice things in it;

 

336-886

 

3896 - Non-suping feed of sound from switchroom

3894 - Doorphone

3890 - Broadworks "collaboration center"/conference

3799 - Business office closed recording

 

336-887-0002 - 300 baud modem

 

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608-227

 

9100 - 100-type test

9101 - Busy via SS7

9102 - 102-type test

9103 - Same as 9171

9104 - Same as 9171

9105 - 105-type test

9107 - Messed up echo test

9108 - Echo test

(9110-9119 skipped)

9150 - Ringout
9151 - NIS rec
9152 - ACB rec
9153 - CBCAD/# DISCO rec
9154 - Network difficulties rec
9155 - Dialing 1 not necessary rec
9156 - Dial 1/0 first rec
9157 - rec, "To reach a long distance operator, please hang up and dial 1-800-OPERATOR."
9158 - Party doesn't accept blocked calls rec
9159 - LD CBCAD rec
9160 - rec, "The number cannot be reached. Please hang up and try again later."
9161 - rec, "The number called is busy. A special ringing will tell you when the line is free. Please hang up now."
9162 - rec, "You have canceled your request. Please hang up now."
9163 - rec, "We're sorry, the custom calling feature you've requested is not available from this line."
9164 - rec, "We're sorry, you have dialed your call from a telephone that has call restrictions, or you have dialed a number which cannot be reached."
9165 - rec, "KMC Telecom...Thank you for choosing KMC Telecom for your long distance service."
9166 - Same as 9157
9167 - rec, "The number was free, but it has just become busy again. A special ringing will tell you when the line is free. Please hang up now."
9168 - rec, "To reach a long distance operator, please hang up and dial 10-222-00."
9169 - *57 success/"small surcharge" rec
9170 - *57 fail rec
9171 - rec, "We're sorry, the number you are calling cannot receive calls at this time. Please hang up and try your call again later."
9172 - rec, "Your call has been completed. However, the party you have called is not receiving calls at this time."
9173 - rec, "Thank you for calling. We are sorry to delay your call. Please stay on the line and a representative will assist you in just a moment."
9174 - Same as 9173
9180 - Cognitronics MCIAS 1610 administration modem
9181 - Cognitronics MCIAS phone administration menu
9183 - Cognitronics MCIAS, "Flexible announcement system"

 

Also, the University of Wisconsin has a centrex that'll terminate traffic to any local number without passing ANI. Oh, and there's a toll-free number going to it :D - 800-330-8829 . That's an Avst VMS, by the way, connected directly to a 5ESS.

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Here's some Qwest exchanges I've been poking around in. Probably more to come soon:


480-391-99xx

Most Fleet recordings in Qwest AZ/NM have been replaced with this woman who sounds like she's been smoking since she was eight.

9998 - Permanent signal rec
9997 - 100-type test
9996 - 102-type test
9995 - Busy via 5ESS
9994 - DATU
9993 - Fleet coin deposit rec
9992 - 105-type test
9991 - Busy via 5ESS
9990 - 105-type lookalike
9989 - Reorder via 5ESS
9988 - CBCAD rec
9987 - Network difficulty rec
9986 - ACB rec
9985 - Same as 9986
9984 - Fleet CAC error rec
9983 - Ring x1 + loud clicks. Blank announcement?
9982 - Dialing 950 not necessary rec
9981 - Fleet calls w/privacy bits not accepted rec
9980 - Fleet service inactive rec, fast
9979 - Same as 9986
9978 - Same as 9998
9977 - Fleet NIS rec
9976 - Dialing 0 not necessary rec
9975 - Dialing 1 not necessary rec
9974 - Dial 1+NPA/0+NPA first rec
9973 - Same as 9993
9972 - Same as 9988
9971 - Same as 9988
9970 - YCDNGT rec
9967 - Fleet rec, "Thank you for calling. The number you called is currently busy. Please remain on the line, and your call will be answered in the order received."
9966 - Ringout
9962 - Reorder via distant end
9961 - Ringout
9960 - Ringout
9959 - Business w/Asterisk
9958 - Subscriber, doesn't accept calls w/privacy bits
(left off here; it seemed like it was getting into real people territory)

 

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206-382

0002 - Ringout
0003 - Busy via 5ESS
0004 - Service inactive rec
0005 - rec, local calls require NPA first
0007 - ACB via SS7
0008 - Ringout
0009 - Ringout
0010 - Ringout
0011 - Busy via 5ESS
0016 - Ringout
0017 - Ringout
0020 - 100-type milliwatt
0021 - ACB via SS7
0022 - CBCAD rec
0023 - Same as 0022
0024 - Same as 0022
0025 - Ringout
0026 - Ringout
0027 - Ringout
0028 - Ringout
0034 - Reorder via 5ESS
0040 - Reorder via 5ESS
0041 - NIS rec
0042 - Busy via SS7
0046 - Ringout
0047 - Ringout
0048 - Ringout
0058 - Reorder via 5ESS
0059 - AIS report, DISCO
0061 - NIS via SS7
0064 - Business, Ported to Comcast
0065 - Fax, ported to Comcast

 

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206-624

0000 - Business w/NEC PBX, ported to Integra
0001 - rec, "Welcome to the US West business and government customer service center. All of our service assurance technicians are currently helping others. Please stay on the line, and your call will be answered in the order received. Thank you."
0003 - Ringout
0004 - rec, "All positions are busy with client calls. Please stay on the line, and your call will be answered in the order received."
0005 - rec, "The number you are calling was blocked, and cannot be called back using your last call return service."
0007 - rec, "The party you have called is on the phone. Please hold, and they will be with you shortly."
0010 - 102-type milliwatt
0013 - Business w/PBX
0014 - Fax
0015 - Same as 0007
0016 - rec, # cannot be reached from calling area
0017 - rec, "Thank you for calling. The number you called is currently busy. Please remain on the line, and your call will be answered in the order received."
0018 - rec, "The number called is busy. A special ringing will tell you when the line is free. Please hang up now."
0019 - *57 fail rec
0020 - rec, "Your call has been completed. However the party you are calling is not receiving calls at this time."
0023 - rec, "The number was free, but it has just become busy again. Please hang up. You may re-activate if you wish by redialing the original code."
0024 - *57 success rec
0025 - rec, "You have cancelled your request. Please hang up now."
0026 - *57 unavailable rec
0027 - rec, Party doesn't accept calls w/privacy bits
0044 - Ringout, ported to Comcast
0045 - Ringout, ported to Comcast
0046 - rec, "The number you are calling from is blocked. If you are placing a call to another party, they are not accepting blocked calls. Hang up, pick up the receiver, dial *82 before redialing the number you are calling. This will unblock your name and number for this call only.
0047 - rec, weird whine, "You have reached Centurylink blocking verification. Your call is not blocked. To check on your line blocking order, call 1-800-244-1111 for residential lines, and 1-800-603-6000 for business lines. Until your order is completed, please dial *67 before each call for per-call blocking. Thank you."
0048 - rec, "The number you are calling from is blocked. If you are placing a call to another party, they are not accepting blocked calls. Hang up, pick up the receiver, dial *82 before redialing the number you are calling. This will unblock your name and number for this one call."
0049 - Same as 0048
0050 - Fax, ported to XO DMS
0051 - Ringout
0054 - Ringout
0055 - Ringout
0056 - Ringout
0059 - Ringout
0060 - Fax, ported to XO DMS
0061 - Business, ported to Comcast Broadsoft switch
0062 - Fax
0063 - PBX ringout, ported to MCI
0064 - Ringout
0065 - TTY line
0066 - Ringout, ported to Level 3
0069 - TTY line, on PBX (Definity?)
0070 - Ringout to unsetup Qwest UM VMB
0071 - NIS rec via fax platform, ported to XO Sonus
0072 - Thingie? Silently supes after several rings, eventually hangs up
0073 - Ringout, ported to XO DMS
0074 - Ringout to PBX VMB, ported to MCLeod
0075 - Business w/PBX, ported to MCLeod
0076 - Ringout to PBX VMB, ported to MCLeod
0077 - Ringout to PBX VMB, ported to MCLeod
0078 - Ringout to PBX VMB, ported to MCLeod
0079 - Ringout
0082 - Ringout to VMB, newer NEC PBX
0083 - PBX, ported to Bandwidth.com
0084 - NIS via Santera OCX (ported to Integra)
0085 - Otis elevator, ported to Integra DMS
0086 - Fax, ported to Level 3
0087 - Ringout to unsetup Qwest UM VMB
0088 - Business w/PBX, ported to Level 3
0089 - NEC PBX on analog line, ported to Integra Metaswitch
0090 - Ringout
0092 - Ringout
0093 - Business w/PBX, ported to STTLWALADS0 (another Qwest 5ESS)
0094 - Modem
0095 - Business w/NEC PBX
0096 - Business w/PBX
0098 - Ringout to VMB
0099 - Ringout to really new Panasonic AM? Has new voice, much louder stock recording, unusual beep tone

 

206-692-0004 - Paging terminal, probably Glenayre. Pressing * at recording gives dialtone, prompts for pager number

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A list I've been working on.

1 800 NXX 1000

200 - Strange tone (echoes keypad presses)
209 - Silence
213 - Modem
222 - AT&T Business Solutions Customer Care
223 - Someone’s Call Center (they don’t like being asked who’s)
226 - Silence
239 - Modem
264 - Verizon for Enterprise Business Solutions
353 - Earthlink
380 - Microsoft
393 - “Please enter your authorization code followed by the pound key.”
403 - “In order better direct your call, please state the name of the company and the 10 digit phone number you are trying to reach-Sorry, but the user’s mailbox can’t accept more messages.”
449 - Verizon Assistance
450 - Modem
451 - United Airlines Executive Desk
481 - Verizon Sales
483 - Verizon Assistance
528 - Numbers and beeps- strange but cool. This was apparently used for TV telethons.
533 - Silence

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528 - Numbers and beeps- strange but cool. This was apparently used for TV telethons.



A "7-1-1" number. These things have haunted Phreak's minds for years. I don't think anybody has concluded with certainty what they are used for though I believe there have been theories that they are used to test IVR systems. They are not and are completely unrelated to "number stations" heard on shortwave.

There is a whole thread about "7-1-1" numbers buried in OSP here and there have been textphiles written abou them.

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On 8/26/2016 at 0:34 PM, scratchytcarrier said:



A "7-1-1" number. These things have haunted Phreak's minds for years. I don't think anybody has concluded with certainty what they are used for though I believe there have been theories that they are used to test IVR systems. They are not and are completely unrelated to "number stations" heard on shortwave.

There is a whole thread about "7-1-1" numbers buried in OSP here and there have been textphiles written abou them.

Huh. I never really new about these kinds of numbers until I called.

Do you perhaps have a link to a text file about them? A quick lookup didn't do much good for me.

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http://web.archive.org/web/20140123031447/http://www.gonullyourself.org/phreak/#7-1-1
http://web.archive.org/web/20130514082804/http://gonullyourself.org/cc09mirror/text/phreakerd7_711numbers.txt
http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?/topic/11638-number-i-found-scanning/

EDIT: I have no idea why those links didn't activate, but there they are.

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4 hours ago, scratchytcarrier said:

Thanks so much! I'm glad I found something cool on my first scan and that somebody knew what it was.

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On 8/26/2016 at 11:32 AM, scoobydooble said:

A list I've been working on.

1 800 NXX 1000

200 - Strange tone (echoes keypad presses)
209 - Silence
213 - Modem
222 - AT&T Business Solutions Customer Care
223 - Someone’s Call Center (they don’t like being asked who’s)
226 - Silence
239 - Modem
264 - Verizon for Enterprise Business Solutions
353 - Earthlink
380 - Microsoft
393 - “Please enter your authorization code followed by the pound key.”
403 - “In order better direct your call, please state the name of the company and the 10 digit phone number you are trying to reach-Sorry, but the user’s mailbox can’t accept more messages.”
449 - Verizon Assistance
450 - Modem
451 - United Airlines Executive Desk
481 - Verizon Sales
483 - Verizon Assistance
528 - Numbers and beeps- strange but cool. This was apparently used for TV telethons.
533 - Silence

Well I had some time so I ended up finishing this list:

600 - Some reporter’s voicemail
624 - Verizon (directly to an employee)
644 - Modem
651 - States that they care about customers blah blah blah and then lists a very strange voicemail system before disconnecting
660 - AT&T Virtual Assistent A.K.A Phone hell
669 - A company actually named “STD”
695 - American Express none working number
745 - A company that I can’t clearly hear the name of that requires a pin code
769 - Modem
771 - Same company as 669
772 - Operator for Abbie Resort
795 - Apple Virtual Assistent A.K.A Phone hell
818 - Call Center (apparently has no name or company)
826 - Mountain Telecom
827 - Department of [can’t understand this over the phone] Affairs Telephone Assistant Service (references a .gov domain)
843 - Modem
857 - Verizon Conferencing number that is not in use
860 - “Please enter your 6 digit pin”
884 - Some phone number transaction line - provides instructions but no clear company or purpose
921 - Conference Center (requires access code)
924 - Same as 660
982 - Probably a fax machine

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While I'm at it I might as well post some of the 800 NXX 2600 scan I am working on:

229 - 2600 Magazine
250 - GBG Conferencing (requires 6 digit pin)
284 - Dungeon of Pain and Pleasure (lol)
288 - Vanderbilt University mailbox - “I’m sorry. Extension 26369 does not answer.”
293 - AT&T Easy Reach 800 (requires ‘access code’)
341 - Some phone number transaction line - provides instructions but no clear company or purpose
374 - Non Working Mobile Satellite Number
393 - “We’re sorry. All circuits are busy now. Would you please try your call again later?”
423 - Rather rythmic beeps…playing forever…
428 - “We’re sorry but this program has ended and no further calls are being taken. Thank you for calling.”
455 - Instantly hangs up

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Nice work! I have a few nitpicks:

 

-1000:

200 - 300 baud modem on DMS-100 line
213 - Fax
239 - Fax
450 - Fax, on DMS-100 line
600 - Line on Fairpoint 5ESS
624 - This goes to a Cisco call center switch
644 - Fax on Toshiba PBX
769 - Fax
843 - Fax
860 - Mitel Intertel VMS? Same voice, but sounds too service provider-y. Terminates on the Qwest LD network.
884 - Something to do with the payment industry maybe? It could be something stores use to manually charge credit cards when PoS units are down. Something like this showed up more or less randomly in Portland a while ago; 503-228-0040. That one is owned by a company called First Data.
982 - This is one of those weird proprietary modem doohickeys. I think the alarm industry likes these things.

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-2600:

288 - Callxpress VMS
374 - I have no idea who owns this, but it terminates to a DMS-100 somewhere in northern Virginia - near the Arlington area, I think.
423 - All I can tell you about this thing is it terminates on the MCLeod network - so that 101-0725# trick I talked about earlier can be used to route to it.

 

Just fyi, here's what a modem sounds like. Notice how after the 2100 hertz tone, what comes next is different from the one on the fax machine; 800-877-0272. I can't say for certain, but I want to say that this one terminates to an Avaya PBX.

 

Anyway, since this is the some numbers thread, well, here's some numbers:

956-721-0001 - Weird ANAC

956-721-0099 - Forward to time/temp number?


I think that whole hundred block is owned by some answering service that does their own IVRs.

 

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Wow! Thanks so much for letting me know all this cool stuff.

A few quick questions:

What is a DMS-100 line?

How can you tell when something is on a DMS-100 line?

 

Thanks again,

Scoobydooble

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What is a DMS-100 line?

 

A phone line served out of a DMS-100; a phone switch that's pretty common in the US, and used almost exclusively in Canada; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DMS-100

 

How can you tell when something is on a DMS-100 line?

 

A digital switch loops a pre-rendered sample to generate ringback, so usually you can tell by the sound it makes when it loops what sort of switch it is. Here's a guide I made to identifying that, among other things, on a bunch of switches; http://thoughtphreaker.omghax.ca/switchid.txt

 

And speaking of DMS-100s, here's a dialtone from one; 206-296-0004.

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That link is super helpful!

You can expect a lot more lists from me in this thread.

Thanks again!

Scoobydooble

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On 8/31/2016 at 6:43 PM, scoobydooble said:

While I'm at it I might as well post some of the 800 NXX 2600 scan I am working on:

229 - 2600 Magazine
250 - GBG Conferencing (requires 6 digit pin)
284 - Dungeon of Pain and Pleasure (lol)
288 - Vanderbilt University mailbox - “I’m sorry. Extension 26369 does not answer.”
293 - AT&T Easy Reach 800 (requires ‘access code’)
341 - Some phone number transaction line - provides instructions but no clear company or purpose
374 - Non Working Mobile Satellite Number
393 - “We’re sorry. All circuits are busy now. Would you please try your call again later?”
423 - Rather rythmic beeps…playing forever…
428 - “We’re sorry but this program has ended and no further calls are being taken. Thank you for calling.”
455 - Instantly hangs up

Just a little part 2 of this list. Need to get around to pulling an all night scan but until then stay tuned for part 3.

580 - Fax?
582 - Call Center
589 - Call Center (that likes to be called “Call Station”)
594 - VMS of 404 330 9680
632 - Central Distribution System
644 - A Gibberish Machine! Spits a ton of info out in a matter of seconds. Worth a call.
658 - Fax
663 - Bell Aliant
674 - MCI (requires card number)
683 - “Sales auto attendant is not available…"
694 - Facebook Sales
716 - Numbers and beeps - strange but cool. (7-11 number)
723 - Same as 374
732 - Same as 428

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On 9/4/2016 at 8:04 PM, scoobydooble said:

Just a little part 2 of this list. Need to get around to pulling an all night scan but until then stay tuned for part 3.

580 - Fax?
582 - Call Center
589 - Call Center (that likes to be called “Call Station”)
594 - VMS of 404 330 9680
632 - Central Distribution System
644 - A Gibberish Machine! Spits a ton of info out in a matter of seconds. Worth a call.
658 - Fax
663 - Bell Aliant
674 - MCI (requires card number)
683 - “Sales auto attendant is not available…"
694 - Facebook Sales
716 - Numbers and beeps - strange but cool. (7-11 number)
723 - Same as 374
732 - Same as 428

Short but sweet part 3

832 - Silence
834 - Repair Escalation Line (they repair escalators I’m guessing?)
857 - Verizon Conferencing number that is not in use
861 - Disconnected number with TTY tones?
872 - Call Center
892 - Unregistered Brand800 Number
934 - Mobile Satellite Customer Not Answering
944 - Unregistered Brand800 Number
972 - Call Center

 

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So for a while, I've been experimenting with the concept of a semi-automatic scan. So last week, I just set a modem down on a toll-free range, and woke up several hours later to a recording with a thousand (or so) numbers in it. So far, I've got to say - this has just been tedious and exhausting. Probably not something I'll repeat unless I'm going on a long plane trip or something, but it definitely got results.

 

800-860

0000 - Call center
0001 - Ad
0002 - ex-Embarq VMB, full
0003 - Ringout
0004 - NIS via SS7
0005 - Ad
0006 - DMS-100 ringout
0007 - Ad
0008 - Ringout
0009 - Ad
0010 - Worldcom DMS-250 NIS
0011 - Ad
0012 - Cannot be reached from calling area
0013 - Business w/Avaya PBX. IP Office? On analog line. (Frontier TF)
0014 - Shitty sounding call center
0015 - Ad
0016 - Ad
0017 - PBX ringout (Excel TF, eventually times out to no answer rec from 156T)
0018 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD
0019 - Ad
0020 - Ad
0021 - Beyond Human Testosterone order line, no IVR
0022 - PBX NIS rec, responds to DTMF
0023 - Weird NIS (Interactive Tel/JNL01/888-290-0038 TF)
0024 - NIS rec via really weird IVR, spits out DTMF error code (Sprint TF)
0025 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0026 - Wrbly business w/PBX. *9 makes it return "This is Callbridge. Please enter extension number and #" (Ringcentral TF)
0027 - Ad
0028 - Ad
0029 - Ad
0030 - PBX ringout (Excel TF, eventually times out to no answer rec from 156T)
0031 - Fax?
0032 - Ad
0033 - Centurylink LD customer care IVR
0034 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF. Ad?)
0035 - Fax
0036 - Fax
0037 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0038 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0039 - Ad
0040 - Bank IVR, info line (Global Crossing TF)
0041 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0042 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0043 - Cannot be reached from calling area
0044 - Business w/unknown PBX (Excel TF)
0045 - Cannot be reached from calling area
0046 - Cannot be reached from calling area
0047 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0048 - Ringout (Comcast TF)
0049 - Cannot be reached from calling area
0050 - Ring x1 to SS7 cause code
0051 - Reorder
0052 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0053 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0054 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0055 - Reorder
0056 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0057 - MCI CBCAD rec
0058 - Ring x1 to reorder
0059 - Ringout to shitty sounding Cisco VMB
0060 - KT (South Korean) network error rec (Sprint TF)
0061 - Reorder
0062 - CBCAD via SS7
0063 - Business w/Freedomvoice account
0064 - Ad
0065 - Ad
0066 - Ad
0067 - Ad
0068 - NIS via SS7
0069 - NIS via SS7
0070 - Weird platform, forwards to cell phone
0071 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0072 - Same as 0024
0073 -
0074 - Ad
0075 - Shitty sounding call center
0076 - Ad
0077 - Ad
0078 - Ad
0079 - Ad
0080 - Cannot be reached from calling area
0081 - Ad
0082 - Business w/DMS-100 line?, Avaya Partner system (AT&T TF)
0083 - Call center
0084 - McLeodUSA DMS-500 CBCAD
0085 - Government agency w/Nortel PBX (AT&T TF)
0086 - Hipath Xpressions VMS
0087 - Reorder via SS7
0088 - Ad
0089 - Ad
0090 - Business w/wrbly Shortel PBX
0091 - Business w/Cisco Callmanager (TDS TF)
0092 - Busy signal
0093 - Call center w/stock Asterisk MOH
0094 - Reorder
0095 - Business w/unknown PBX
0096 - Silence?
0097 - Shitty sounding VMB
0098 - Ad
0099 -  Ad
0100 - Ad
0101 - Really old sounding answering service? (MCI TF)
0102 - Ad
0103 - Same as 0024
0104 - Ad
0105 - Ad
0106 - Fax
0107 - Ad
0108 - Skytel VMS
0109 - Weird VMB
0110 - Ad
0111 - Ad
0112 - Business w/hosted PBX? (ANI Networks TF)
0113 - NIS via SS7
0114 - EDRAM stock CBCAD (Worldcom TF)
0115 - Business w/NEC PBX (XO TF)
0116 - BUsy signal
0117 - Ad
0118 - Ad
0119 - Call center
0120 - Ad
0121 - Ad
0122 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD
0123 - Call center
0124 - Ad
0125 - EDRAM stock ACB rec (Broadview TF)
0126 - Reorder
0127 - Business w/unknown PBX (Integra TF)
0128 - McLeodUSA DMS-500 CBCAD rec
0129 - Ad
0130 - Same as 0024
0131 - Ad
0132 - Business (Verizon/Bell Atlantic TF)
0133 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback
0134 - Ring x1 to busy signal
0135 - Busy signal
0136 - Business w/Shoretel PBX
0137 - McLeodUSA DMS-500 CBCAD rec
0138 - Order line, pulls last name/street address number
0139 - 711 number
0140 - Call center
0141 - Fax on DMS-100 line
0142 - Business w/Asterisk
0143 - DMS-10 line, ringout to ex-Embarq Centurylink VMB (Qwest TF)
0144 - 5ESS line, ringout to newer Panasonic VMB
0145 - 5ESS line, ringout to AT&T UM VMB (Qwest TF)
0146 - Ad
0147 - Business w/AM, Meatswitch line
0148 - Business w/Avaya Partner system, 5ESS line? (Qwest TF)
0149 - Business w/Avaya Definity PBX, Audix (Qwest TF)
0150 - Ad
0151 - Call center
0152 - Ringout
0153 - Ad
0154 - Reorder via SS7
0155 - Reorder via SS7
0156 - Fax
0157 - Ad
0158 - Business w/IVR (bandwidth.com TF)
0159 - Busy signal
0160 - Ad
0161 - Busy signal
0162 - Ad
0163 - Same as 0158
0164 - Same as 0158
0165 - Fax
0166 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely
0167 - Ad
0168 - Skytel VMS
0169 - (Crunchy, 6 khz sampled prompt) "This is the West Interactive Audio System. Enter your access code now." (Intercall TF)
0170 - Paetec DMS-250 call not allowed rec
0171 - (disconnects immediately)
0172 - Ad
0173 - Reorder
0174 - Same as 0158
0175 - Cannot be reached from calling area
0176 - Reorder
0177 - Reorder
0178 - Ad
0179 - Custom Asterisk NIS
0180 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec
0181 - 711 number
0182 - Same as 0158
0183 - Business w/PBX
0184 - NIS via SS7
0185 - Cognitronics NIS rec
0186 - Cognitronics NIS rec
0187 - Same as 0158
0188 - Business w/answering service (Frontier TF)
0189 - Ad
0190 - Ringout
0191 - Ad
0192 - AT&T 4ESS CBCAD rec
0193 - Callsource NIS rec
0194 - Business w/hosted PBX (Ringcentral TF)
0195 - Weird NIS rec, "This number is no longer in service. Message 10114. Goodbye."
0196 - Ringout
0197 - Callsource NIS rec
0198 - Skytel VMS
0199 - Reorder
0200 - Ad
0201 - Ad
0202 - Fax
0203 - Shitty sounding call center
0204 - Fax
0205 - Busy signal via distant end
0206 - Ad
0207 - Ring x1 to busy signal
0208 - Fax
0209 - Nortel Meridian ringout (Qwest TF)
0210 - Ring x1 to busy signal
0211 - Ad
0212 - LD CBCAD rec from Telica Plexus 9000/Lucent Compact Switch
0213 - Business w/hosted PBX
0214 - Ad
0215 - Order line, pulls docs
0216 - Business (Nuvox TF)
0217 - 711 number
0218 - Business w/Mitel Intertel VMS
0219 - Ad
0220 - Ad
0221 - Centurylink internal VMS (Cisco)
0222 - Ad
0223 - Busy signal
0224 - Call center
0225 - Ad
0226 - Business w/NEC PBX (AT&T TF)
0227 - Ad
0228 - Ad
0229 - Business w/hosted PBX?
0230 - Ring x1 to busy signal
0231 - Ad
0232 - Business w/Centigram/Mitel VMS
0233 - Ringout
0234 - Business w/PBX
0235 - Ad
0236 - 711 number
0237 - Fax
0238 - Ringout
0239 - Ad
0240 - PBX rec?, "This number is not in service."
0241 - Busy signal
0242 - Ad
0243 - Satellite NIS rec
0244 - NIS via SS7
0245 - Ad
0246 - Ringout
0247 - Satellite NIS rec
0248 - Call center
0249 - NIS via SS7
0250 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0251 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD
0252 - AT&T 4ESS toll-free disco rec
0253 - Call center
0254 - Comcast line, ringout (Ringcentral TF)
0255 - Business w/DMS-100 line
0256 - NIS via SS7
0257 - ACB via SS7
0258 - NIS via SS7
0259 - Ad
0260 - NIS via SS7
0261 - Ad
0262 - Ad
0263 - NIS via SS7
0264 - Ad
0265 - Order line
0266 - NIS via SS7
0267 - 5ESS NIS rec
0268 - 5ESS NIS rec
0269 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec
0270 - Same as 0265
0271 - Satellite NIS rec
0272 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0273 - Fax
0274 - Ringout
0275 - Fax
0276 - Dialogic NIS rec? (0222/MCI toll-free)
0277 - Ad
0278 - Satellite NIS rec
0279 - Reorder
0280 - NIS via SS7
0281 - Ad
0282 - Business w/unknown PBX
0283 - British ringout (0222/MCI toll-free)
0284 - Fax
0285 - Shitty sounding call center
0286 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0287 - Business (AT&T TF)
0288 - Ad
0289 - Business w/newer Panasonic AM (AT&T TF)
0290 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0291 - NIS via SS7
0292 - AT&T 4E toll-free DISCO rec
0293 - Business w/hosted PBX (Grasshopper PBX)
0294 - Fax
0295 - Business w/DMS-100 line (Verizon/Bell Atlantic TF)
0296 - Cannot be reached from calling area rec
0297 - Reorder via SS7
0298 - Ad
0299 - Fax
0300 - Business w/Mitel Intertel VMS
0301 - Ad
0302 - NIS via SS7
0303 - Sonus stock rec, "No routes found", sends SS7 cause code
0304 - Business w/PBX
0305 - Call center
0306 - Reorder
0307 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0308 - 711 number
0309 - Ameritech NIS rec?
0310 - Ad
0311 - Ad
0312 - Ad
0313 - Ad
0314 - Sex line
0315 - Weird NIS rec
0316 - Sprint DMS-250 CBCAD
0317 - Fax
0318 - Ring x1 to busy signal
0319 - Fax
0320 - Sex line
0321 - Weird rings, forwards to business w/DMS-100 line
0322 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0323 - NIS via SS7
0324 - NIS via SS7
0325 - 711 number
0326 - Fax
0327 - Fax
0328 - Busy signal
0329 - AT&T Easyreach 800
0330 - Business w/PBX
0331 - Shitty ringout
0332 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD rec
0333 - Ad
0334 - Ad
0335 - Ad
0336 - AT&T 4E toll-free DISCO rec
0337 - Ad
0338 - Business w/hosted PBX (Ringcentral TF)
0339 - Reorder
0340 - Ad
0341 - Ad
0342 - AT&T 4E toll-free DISCO rec
0343 - Avaya Aura VMB (TW Telecom TF)
*0344 - IVR, federal employee program
0345 - Reorder via SS7
0346 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0347 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0348 - Shitty sounding PBX
0349 - Reorder
0350 - Cell phone
0351 - Fax
0352 - Service suspended rec, TTS, plus weird, really slowed down message (Level 3 TF)
0353 - Ad
0354 - Ad
0355 - Reorder
0356 - Call center IVR
0357 - Business w/Comcast "phone"
0358 - AT&T 5E toll rec, "The toll-free number you have dialed has been changed. Please review our recent mailings to you for our updated telephone number listings."
0359 - Order line
0360 - NIS via SS7
0361 - Ad
0362 - Ad
0363 - Ad
0364 - IDT calling card
0365 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0366 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0367 - Fax
0368 - TTS recording, NIS
0369 - Ad
0370 - CBCAD via SS7
0371 - Ring x1 to busy signal
0372 - Ad
0373 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0374 - Ad
0375 - Business w/ridiculous music bed, hosted PBX? (Ringcentral TF)
0376 - Ad
0377 - Ad
0378 - Ad
0379 - Ad
0380 - Call center
0381 - Ad
0382 - Ad
0383 - Ad
0384 - Ad
0385 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0386 - AT&T wireless subscriber
0387 - Reorder via SS7
0388 - Ad
0389 - Call center
0390 - Reorder via SS7
0391 - Shitty sounding jazz MOH. Call center?
0392 - McLeodUSA DMS-500 CBCAD rec
0393 - Ad
0394 - Sprint DMS-250 CBCAE
0395 - Order line
0396 - Ad
0397 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0398 - AT&T toll 5E rec, # cannot be reached from calling area
0399 - Reorder
0400 - Ad
0401 - Ad
0402 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD
0403 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0404 - Ad
0405 - Ad
0406 - Business w/Toshiba PBX
0407 - Ad
0408 - Freedomvoice account
0409 - Cell phone
0410 - Ad
0411 - Ad
0412 - Reorder
0413 - Shitty sounding forward to German VMB?
0414 - rec, "You do not have any credit. Goodbye."
0415 - Fax
0416 - Reorder
0417 - Call center
0418 - Ad
0419 - Ad
0420 - Ad
0421 - McLeodUSA DMS-500 CBCAD rec
0422 - Call center (Ringcentral TF)
0423 - Call center
0424 - Ad
0425 - Ad
0426 - Really shady ad
0427 - # changed rec via PBX? Refers to 800-234-1690, allows you to enter extension anyway after recording
0428 - Same as 0358
0429 - Call center
0430 - Ringout
0431 - Same as 0358
0432 - Ad
0433 - Ad
0434 - Ad
0435 - Same as 0358
0436 - TTS NIS rec
0437 - Disconnects immediately
0438 - Same as 0358
0439 - Call center
0440 - Ad
0441 - Shitty sounding PBX
0442 - Business w/PBX
0443 - 4E CBCAD rec
0444 - Singles line, prompts for personal ID
0445 - Ad
0446 - Skytel VMS
0447 - Ad
0448 - Ring x1 to reorder
0449 - Ad
0450 - Ad
0451 - Call center
0452 - CBCAD via SS7
0453 - 5ESS ringout (Qwest TF)
0454 - Ad
0455 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0456 - Ad
0457 - Ad
0458 - Reorder
0459 - Reorder
0460 - Reorder
0461 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0462 - Ad
0463 - Business w/Cisco Unity VMS
0464 - Southwestern Bell DMS-100 NIS rec
0465 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0466 - Ad
0467 - Ad
0468 - Reorder via SS7
0469 - Ad
0470 - Ad
0471 - Ad
0472 - Reorder
0473 - Business w/ESI PBX?
0474 - Reorder via SS7
0475 - 711 number
0476 - Burst of wrbly ring + NIS via SS7
0477 - Ad
0478 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0479 - Business w/shitty sounding PBX
0480 - Ad
0481 - NIS via SS7
0482 - AT&T Easyreach 800
0483 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD rec
0484 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD rec
0485 - Reorder via SS7
0486 - Ad
0487 - Ad
0488 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0489 - Conference call service
0490 - Asterisk NIS rec
0491 - NIS via SS7
0492 - Loud ringout
0493 - Fax
0494 - NIS via SS7
0495 - Shitty sounding IVR
0496 - CBCAD via SS7
0497 - NIS via SS7
0498 - Asterisk NIS
0499 - Call center IVR
0500 - Business w/PBX
0501 - Several generations of shittier sounding rings, eventually business answers
0502 - AT&T 5E toll CBCAD
0503 - Ad
0504 - Ad
0505 - Ad
0506 - Fax
0507 - CBCAD via SS7
0508 - Busy signal
0509 - Same as 0358
0510 - Business
0511 - GTD-5 Ringout to Glenayre/GTE VMB (Frontier TF)
0512 - Busy signal
0513 - Busy signal
0514 - Busy signal
0515 - GTD-5 Ringout (Frontier TF)
0516 - Call center
0517 - CBCAD via SS7
0518 - Reorder via SS7
0519 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD
0520 - Ad
0521 - Subscriber
0522 - Fax
0523 - Ring x1 + TTS "End of call"
0524 - Ad
0525 - Ad
0526 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0527 - Business w/Shoretel PBX
0528 - NIS via SS7
0529 - Weird sounding ring, ringout (AT&T TF)
0530 - Weird NIS rec or NIS via SS7, depending on calling location (Intelemedia TF, call terminates using Sonus switch)
0531 - Business w/PBX
0532 - Ringout
0533 - NIS via SS7
0534 - Ad
0535 - Business w/ESI PBX (MCI TF)
0536 - Ringout
0537 - Shitty sounding rec, "Thank you for calling. Goodbye."
0538 - Fax
0539 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD rec
0540 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely
0541 - Business w/Norstar key system, softswitch ring (CIMCO TF)
0542 - Ad
0543 - NIS via Easyreach 800 platform, 203-01SG
0544 - Call center
0545 - Ad
0546 - Call center
0547 - Ringout
0548 - 800 # changed rec
0549 - Business w/PBX
0550 - Calling card platform, Encompass/whatever made Phonehog work
0551 - ACB via 4ESS
0552 - Ad
0553 - Asterisk NIS
0554 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD
0555 - Ad
0556 - Ad
0557 - Bellsouth DMS-100 NIS rec (Level 3 TF)
0558 - Ad
0559 - Ad
0560 - Ad
0561 - Ad
0562 - Business w/answering service
0563 - Ad
0564 - Business w/PBX
0565 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD
0566 - Ring x1 to busy signal
0567 - NIS via SS7
0568 - Call center
0569 - CBCAD via SS7
0570 - Busy signal
0571 - Call center, UK?
0572 - Fax
0573 - Reorder via SS7
0574 - Busy signal
0575 - Call center
0576 - Ad
0577 - Fax
0578 - Reorder via SS7
0579 - Ad
0580 - Reorder via SS7
0581 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely
0582 - Call center IVR
0583 - NIS via Spanish speaking country (AT&T TF)
0584 - UK ringout (AT&T TF)
0585 - Call center
0586 - 4ESS Int'l CBCAD rec
0587 - Ad
0588 - NIS via SS7
0589 - Skytel VMS
0590 - Fax
0591 - Busy signal
0592 - Ad
0593 - KDDI IVR, prompts for PIN number (AT&T TF)
0594 - "Please hold while I try to connect you" + MOH, eventually forwards to VMB (Ringcentral TF)
0595 - rec, "The number you are calling is temporarily unavailable. Thank you for calling. Goodbye." + busy signal (Ringcentral TF)
0596 - TellMe IVR, order line (AT&T TF)
0597 - VMB, fraud hotline, Cisco VMB (AT&T TF)
0598 - Skytel VMS
0599 - Business w/Norstar key system (Nuvox TF)
0600 - Ad
0601 - Ad
0602 - Asterisk call center
0603 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely
0604 - Reorder via SS7
0605 - After hours rec
0606 - Ad
0607 - Asterisk call center
0608 - Ad
0609 - Order line, pulls last name/street address number
0610 - Call center
0611 - Ringout to AM.
0612 - Busy signal
0613 - Ringout, forward to other ringout
0614 - Ad
0615 - Call center IVR
0616 - NIS via SS7
0617 - Ad
0618 - Fax
0619 - Business
0620 - PBX rec, "You've reached a non-working number" (Qwest TF)
0621 - IVR, addiction treatment hotline
0622 - Ad
0623 - Ignite Media Solutions NIS rec
0624 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD rec
0625 - Fax
0626 - Ringout
0627 - 711 number
0628 - Answering service
0629 - rec, "The party you called cannot be reached. Goodbye." <plays in Spanish>
0630 - Busy signal
0631 - Crackly trunk, call center
0632 - Ad
0633 - Busy signal
0634 - Ad
0635 - NIS via SS7
0636 - Same as 0358
0637 - Reorder via SS7
0638 - Call center IVR
0639 - Reorder via MCI tandem?
0640 - Busy signal
0641 - rec, "I'm sorry, the application you're trying to reach is not available at this time."
0642 - Ad
0643 - Ring x1 to busy signal
0644 - Call center
0645 - Ad
0646 - Ad
0647 - Call center
0648 - Shitty sounding call center
0649 - Ad
0650 - VMB in UK? (Timeshift TF)
0651 - AT&T toll 5E CBCAD
0652 - NIS via SS7
0653 - CBCAD via SS7
0654 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0655 - Ad
0656 - Ad
0657 - AT&T Easyreach 800
0658 - Ad
0659 - Ameritech NIS rec
0660 - Ad
0661 - AT&T toll 5E # cannot be reached from calling area rec
0662 - Ad
0663 - Call center
0664 - Ad
0665 - CBCAD via SS7
0666 - Ad
0667 - Answering service
0668 - Ad
0669 - Shitty souding NEC PBX
0670 - NIS via SS7
0671 - CBCAD via SS7
0672 - NIS via SS7
0673 - Call center IVR
0674 - NIS via SS7
0675 - Ring x1 + TTS voice, "End of call"
0676 - Call center
0677 - Fax
0678 - Reorder
0679 - Cell phone
0680 - Ad
0681 - Business w/AM
0682 - Ad
0683 - Ad
0684 - Call center
0685 - Busy signal
0686 - Business w/ESI PBX (Qwest TF)
0687 - Ad
0688 - AT&T AIS report, 214-824-7351 DISCO
0689 - Fax
0690 - Ad
0691 - Ad
0692 - Weird proprietary modem thingie
0693 - Ad
0694 - Fax
0695 - AT&T Easyreach 800
0696 - Weird order line
0697 - Ad
0698 - Call center IVR
0699 - Shitty sounding ringout
0700 - Business
0701 - Ad
0702 - Ad
0703 - Business w/Mitel Intertel VMS
0704 - Fax
0705 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0706 - Ad
0707 - Ringout (Deltacom TF, times out to DEX reorder in some places)
0708 - Worldcom DMS-250 NIS rec
0709 - Ad
0710 - Reorder via SS7
0711 - Fax. When in use, redirects to Verizon VMS
0712 - Call center
0713 - Ringout to VMB on Toshiba PBX, dials 9121 before VMB answers
0714 - Ringout to newer Panasonic AM, softswitch ring
0715 - Ad
0716 - # cannot be reached from calling area rec via SS7
0717 - Reorder via SS7
0718 - Comcast VMB, 770-591-5733
0719 - Ad
0720 - Qwest AIS report, 602-253-1527 DISCO  (Sprint TF)
0721 - Ad
0722 - # cannot be reached from calling area rec via SS7
0723 - Spanish call center
0724 - Reorder via SS7
0725 - Ad
0726 - Southwestern Bell DMS-100 CBCAD rec
0727 - Reorder
0728 - NIS via SS7
0729 - IVR, national telemarketing company
0730 - Shitty sounding PBX Ringout
0731 - Ad
0732 - Reorder via SS7
0733 - NIS via SS7
0734 - Ad
0735 - Reorder via SS7
0736 - Ad
0737 - Really old IVR, # changed rec
0738 - Ad, had Cisco Callmanager default MOH
0739 - Call center IVR
0740 - Ringout, forward to other ringout
0741 - Call center IVR
0742 - Ad
0743 - Call center IVR
0744 - Ad
0745 - PBX DISCO rec
0746 - Ad
0747 - Ad
0748 - Ad
0749 - Ad
0750 - Ad
0751 - Brief MOH, hangs up (Bell Canada TF)
0752 - Business w/PBX, older, weird VMS (Bell Canada TF). Custom? Mentions "EYCom ID"
0753 - Call center
0754 - Callsource NIS
0755 - Ad
0756 - Ad
0757 - GTD-5 ringout (Frontier TF)
0758 - ACB via SS7
0759 - Worldcom DMS-250 NIS rec
0760 - Ad
0761 - Ad?
0762 - Ad
0763 - Shitty sounding call center
0764 - CBCAD via SS7
0765 - Call center?
0766 - Business w/PBX
0767 - Silence, eventual reorder
0768 - Busy signal
0769 - Reorder via SS7
0770 - rec, "We're sorry, you're only allowed one entry per telephone number. Goodbye."
0771 - Ad
0772 - Ad
0773 - Sprint cell phone
0774 - Reorder
0775 - Ad
0776 - rec, "D241. Test successful."
0777 - Wrbly Callmanager vacant code rec
0778 - Reorder via SS7
0779 - Reorder via SS7
0780 - Ad
0781 - Ad
0782 - 5ESS ringout
0783 - Ad
0784 - Asterisk rec, "That service is not implemented"
0785 - Asterisk rec, "That service is not implemented"
0786 - IVR
0787 - Ringout
0788 - Busy signal
0789 - Reorder
0790 - Business (Birch TF)
0791 - Busy signal
0792 - AT&T 5E toll CBCAD rec
0793 - Business w/DMS-100 line, newer Panasonic AM (AT&T TF)
0794 - Calling card platform
0795 - Asterisk rec, "That service is not implemented"
0796 - Business w/PBX
0797 - NIS via SS7
0798 - Same as 0358
0799 - Ad
0800 - Sprint DMS-250 CBCAD rec
0801 - Ad
0802 - Ad
0803 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely
0804 - Fax
0805 - Loud ring x1 + NIS via SS7
0806 - Uverse line, ringout to AT&T UM VMB
0807 - Ad
0808 - Ad
0809 - Busy signal
0810 - ACB via SS7
0811 - Reorder via SS7
0812 - Ad
0813 - Ad
0814 - # not yet in service rec, via Glenayre VMS?
0815 - Call center
0816 - Global Crossing invalid rec
0817 - 4E YCDNGT
0818 - Reorder via SS7
0819 - Ad
0820 - Ad
0821 - Ad
0822 - Ad
0823 - Ad
0824 - Ad
0825 - Ad
0826 - Ad
0827 - Ad
0828 - Ad
0829 - Ad
0830 - Busy signal
0831 - Cannot be reached from calling area
0832 - Call center
0833 - Call center
0834 - PBX non-working number rec, refers to 800-821-2797, 800-822-2200, 877-979-8498, 888-339-7887, 800-275-9376
0835 - IVR, Xerox test application
0836 - Ring x1 to busy signal
0837 - Shitty ringout
0838 - # not yet in service rec, via Glenayre VMS?
0839 - Reorder
0840 - Call center IVR
0841 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely
0842 - Skytel VMS
0843 - Ad
0844 - Call center
0845 - Shitty sounding business w/PBX
0846 - NIS via SS7
0847 - Ad
0848 - Fax
0849 - Ad
0850 - AT&T toll 5ESS cannot be completed from calling area rec
0851 - Ad
0852 - Business w/unknown PBX
0853 - Ad
0854 - Business w/Nortel Meridian PBX
0855 - Ad
0856 - CBCAD via SS7
0857 - CBCAD via SS7
0858 - Ringout
0859 - Ad
0860 - Ad
0861 - Ad
0862 - Asterisk NIS
0863 - Business w/analog line
0864 - Business w/PBX on cable line (Cox TF)
0865 - Reorder via SS7
0866 - MCI tandem CBCAD rec
0867 - (Crunchy, 6 khz sampled prompt) "This is the West Interactive Audio System. Enter your access code now."
0868 - Reorder
0869 - Disconnects immediately
0870 - Business w/shitty sounding, unknown PBX?
0871 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec
0872 - Ad
0873 - Call center w/Cisco switch
0874 - Weird proprietary modem thingie
0875 - ACB via SS7
0876 - Reorder via SS7
0877 - Ad
0878 - Ad
0879 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec
0880 - Cell phone
0881 - Ringout, forward to other ringouts
0882 - Ad
0883 - Call center
0884 - VMB w/really shady sales pitch
0885 - Business w/Mitel PBX on analog line
0886 - Ad
0887 - Ad
0888 - Business w/cable line
0889 - Shitty sounding call center
0890 - Ad
0891 - Shitty sounding call center
0892 - Ad
0893 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0894 - Disconnects immediately
0895 - Shitty sounding call center
0896 - Order line
0897 - NIS via SS7
0898 - Wal-Mart pharmacy
0899 - Ad
0900 - Ad
0901 - NIS via SS7
0902 - Find me/follow me IVR, using Dialogic hardware, lets you set ANI w/fail
0903 - Ad
0904 - Ad
0905 - Call center
0906 - Call center
0907 - Business w/PBX
0908 - Ad
0909 - Ad
0910 - Ad
0911 - Business
0912 - Business w/analog line
0913 - Reorder via SS7
0914 - Southwestern Bell NIS rec
0915 - Cannot be reached from calling area
0916 - Shitty sounding business w/PBX
0917 - Sales IVR
0918 - NIS via SS7
0919 - Reorder
0920 - Business w/AM, GTD-5 line
0921 - Shitty sounding call center
0922 - Business w/DMS-100 line, ringout to Anypath VMB (Rogers TF)
0923 - Ring x1 to reorder
0924 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec
0925 - Shitty sounding call center
0926 - Ad
0927 - Ad
0928 - Asterisk VMB
0929 - Ad
0930 - Business w/PBX
0931 - Ad
0932 - Reorder via SS7
0933 - Reorder
0934 - Business w/analog line (Integra TF)
0935 - Ad
0936 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0937 - Ad
0938 - Silence
0939 - Ad
0940 - Busy signal
0941 - Shitty sounding call center
0942 - Ringout
0943 - Ad
0944 - Shitty sounding call center
0945 - Reorder via SS7
0946 - Ad
0947 - Ad
0948 - Ad
0949 - Ad
0950 - Business w/Broadsoft auto-attendant
0951 - Ad
0952 - Ad
0953 - 4E toll-free DISCO rec
0954 - Weird proprietary modem thingie
0955 - Business w/cable phone
0956 - Asterisk VMB
0957 - Ad
0958 - Business w/hosted PBX
0959 - Modem
Connecting to 10.15.0.215 ...
Escape character is '^]'
Connected

Connection closed.
0960 - Ad
0961 - Skytel VMS
0962 - 4E CBCAD
0963 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
0964 - Shitty sounding business
0965 - Cannot be reached from calling area
0966 - Ad
0967 - Reorder via SS7
0968 - 4E CBCAD
0969 - Business w/Asterisk
0970 - Ad
0971 - Call center
0972 - Cannot be reached from calling area
0973 - Ad
0974 - Ringout to cellular VMB (Ringcentral TF)
0975 - Shitty sounding ringout to VMB
0976 - Ad
0977 - Unassigned rec, via Glenayre VMS?
0978 - Ring x1 to busy signal
0979 - 5ESS NIS rec
0980 - Reorder via SS7
0981 - Reorder via SS7
0982 - 4E CBCAD
0983 - AT&T Easyreach 800
0984 - Business w/hosted PBX
0985 - 4E CBCAD
0986 - Callsource NIS
0987 - Reorder via SS7
0988 - Custom Asterisk NIS rec
0989 - Ad
0990 - Call center
0991 - Ad
0992 - Ad
0993 - Fax
0994 - 4E CBCAD
0995 - Reorder
0996 - 4E CBCAD
0997 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Who's Calling TF)
0998 - Older Panasonic AM on 5E line (Qwest TF)
0999 - Ad
1000 - IVR, "Please enter your six-digit PIN now"
1001 - Ad
1002 - Business w/Cisco Callmanager, Unity VMS
1003 - 4E YCDNGT
1004 - Asterisk rec, "The user you are trying to reach is unavailable."
1005 - Ad
1006 - NIS via SS7
1007 - Shitty sounding call center
1008 - Ad
1009 - Paetec DMS-250 rec, "Your call is not allowed"
1010 - Business w/5ESS line
1011 - Ad
1012 - Ad
1013 - Global Crossing invalid rec
1014 - Business w/PBX
1015 - Ad
1016 - ACB via SS7
1017 - 4E CBCAD
1018 - NIS via SS7
1019 - Ad
1020 - Centurylink customer service IVR
1021 - Ad
1022 - Bellsouth? NIS rec, via transcoded trunk
1023 - Reorder
1024 - Shitty sounding auto-attendant
1025 - Cannot be reached from calling area
1026 - Ad
1027 - Busines
1028 - Ad
1029 - rec, "We're sorry, you're only allowed one entry per telephone number. Goodbye."
1030 - Ad
1031 - Weird NIS rec (Qwest TF)
1032 - Verizon/Bell Atlantic NIS rec (Qwest TF)
1033 - Ad
1034 - Cell phone
1035 - Ad
1036 - 4E CBCAD
1037 - Ad
1038 - Ad
1039 - Ad
1040 - Ad
1041 - Ad
1042 - Asterisk VMB
1043 - Business w/Shoretel PBX
1044 - Reorder via SS7
1045 - Business w/hosted PBX (Ringcentral TF)
1046 - Business w/Norstar key system, cable phone
1047 - Same as 1046
1048 - Same as 1046
1049 - Same as 1046
1050 - Ad
1051 - Ad
1052 - Fax
1053 - Ad
1054 - Cell phone
1055 - ACB via SS7
1056 - NIS via SS7
1057 - Ad
1058 - Ad
1059 - rec, "We're sorry, you're only allowed one entry per telephone number. Goodbye."
1060 - Business w/Panasonic PBX?
1061 - Ad
1062 - Ad
1063 - Cannot be reached from calling area
1064 - Ad
1065 - Ad
1066 - Ad
1067 - Ad
1068 - Ad
1069 - Ad
1070 - Ad
1071 - Shitty sounding call center
1072 - Ad
1073 - Ad
1074 - Ringout
1075 - Ad
1076 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)
1077 - Ad
1078 - SS7 cause code. Some switches respond to this by generating ringback indefinitely (Mayfair TF)

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4 hours ago, ThoughtPhreaker said:

So for a while, I've been experimenting with the concept of a semi-automatic scan. So last week, I just set a modem down on a toll-free range, and woke up several hours later to a recording with a thousand (or so) numbers in it. So far, I've got to say - this has just been tedious and exhausting. Probably not something I'll repeat unless I'm going on a long plane trip or something, but it definitely got results.

 

800-860

...

Holy moly!

Do you plan on finishing (or finishing some of) this scan?

- Scoobydooble

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Not really, no. Though against my better judgement, I scraped up another several hundred numbers. If I ever go through them, I'll post it here. If you're thinking of doing some of the range, anything above 2000 should be safe.

 

Anyway, here's a few recordings from an ancient AIS in New York. I dunno why, but I've always loved these. The voice is just too strange. There seems to be quite a few of these in the ex-Citizens parts of the state.

 

607-336

 

9928 - rec, "The number you have dialed is on your party line. Please hang up and wait a sufficient amount of time for them to answer."

9927 - Coin deposit rec

9926 - rec, "We're sorry, this out of zone WATS call cannot be completed on this WATS trunk. Thank you."

 

845-876

9995 - DMS-100 remote call forwarding prompt, 7d

9990 - Yet another DMS-100 DISA

9979 - DMS-100 remote call forwarding prompt, 7d

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*dusts thread off* Here's a couple nice things I found.

 

416-640-0000 - Ringout bridge on Allstream exchange

800-242-2121, extension 44009 - Modem on Avaya's Highland Ranch PBX

 

I could've sworn I gave these out a few years ago, but a cursory search seems to suggest otherwise. Given it's election season, it only seems right to give them out. These're all a bunch of audio couplers on a Definity at CNN's Atlanta studios:

 

404-878

 

6040-6048 - Beep + program audio?

8041-8052 - Beep + talkback audio; mostly the director giving commands to the production staff, like when to switch cameras and whatnot. You don't get to hear anything back from the people operating the equipment. Most of these guys assume nobody but the crew is listening, so they'll occasionally comment on whatever is going on or make an off-color remark. Of all these, this is probably the least frequently used group of couplers.
9901-9912 - Beep + Program audio. This seems to be a fairly complete mix, but prior to the master control room, where they switch to commercials. Much like the director channel, they pretty much assume all eyes are off them when they're at a commercial.

9982-9996 - Beep + Program audio. This seems to be where after-hours or remote stuff occasionally comes from.

 

2037,38,39, and 40 are all music on hold sources that have the final mixes that go on air.

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Beep + talkback audio; mostly the director giving commands to the production staff, like when to switch cameras and whatnot. You don't get to hear anything back from the people operating the equipment. Most of these guys assume nobody but the crew is listening, so they'll occasionally comment on whatever is going on or make an off-color remark. Of all these, this is probably the least frequently used group of couplers.



Interruptible foldback or "IFB" as it is known in broadcasting. In most major television markets these can also occasionally be found on the air by scanning around (FM) in the 450 and 455 MHz bands though they sometimes can be found elsewhere. And by the way, the KPTV (UPN) IFB on 450.1875 is known for its news directors' occasional snarky (frequently spot-on) remarks about "news" reports that just aired, especially the "soft" (i.e. total bullshit distractionism) stuff. KGW has 450.5125, it's pretty dry and robotic at times (not much biting wit) but you do occasionally hear stuff like promo spots and the occasional hot-microphone "room monitor" into the news studio that you "aren't supposed to" hear otherwise, like listening to a clean feed on C-band used to be (for those who remember such things. Well my uncle just outside Hood River had a analog C/Ku set back in the 80s (who didn't?) and I spent a lot of my childhood at his ranch, so...).

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I've got a couple of numbers:

 

1(760)733-9969 - Mojave phone booth conference

1(952)652-0000 - Direct access into C*NET (After you call, dial your number)

1(518)234-9994 - Milliwatt

1(518)234-9960 - High end loop line

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The guy who runs the mojave conference bridge logs numbers that call so be sure to divert or spoof your number, and it rejects anonymous calls.

The binrev conf goes on every night from 7:00pm pacific to ? at 503-416-1155.

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21 hours ago, useruser said:

The guy who runs the mojave conference bridge logs numbers that call so be sure to divert or spoof your number, and it rejects anonymous calls.

The binrev conf goes on every night from 7:00pm pacific to ? at 503-416-1155.

Thanks for the info! I didn't know that about the Mojave Phone Booth. I'll check out the conference call too, and I'll let you know the time it is active.

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And by the way, the KPTV (UPN) IFB on 450.1875 is known for its news directors' occasional snarky (frequently spot-on) remarks about "news" reports that just aired, especially the "soft" (i.e. total bullshit distractionism) stuff.

 

Awesome! Out of curiosity, is the KEX IFB still around? That being said though, I'm a little surprised to hear the news directors laughing at that sort of thing. Were these stories from a national feed by any chance? When I was working in media, though I wasn't a reporter (I'll qualify that by saying I did occasionally write some news copy), it seemed like everybody blamed the people upstairs for the random crime/cat having kittens sorts of stories. And the person who seemed to be calling most of the shots for them was the news director.

 

Anyway, glad you like them! Though it comes with the usual headache of scanning a large PBX, broadcasters always keep nice stuff on them.

 

So I started doing a scan of an Iowa Network Services exchange earlier today; basically, the company that acts as a tandem for a lot of the tiny co-ops in Iowa. While it's incomplete, I thought the results I was getting weren't too bad. So, well, here they are!

 

515-830
0066 - Ringout. Ported?
0065 - Transcoded ringout
0064 - Call queue, "Thank you for calling Lehigh Valley Technical Support..."
0063 - If you are a former Lightedge customer, please select one. Existing Areon(?) customers, please select 2.
0060 - Ringout
0059 - Ringout
0055 - Ringout
0054 - Ringout
0053 - Ringout
0051 - Auto-attendant. Glenayre/Movius? Recent.
0050 - MOH, Tech support hold queue
0049 - Ringout
0048 - Forward via trunk w/weird noise to Google Voice
0047 - Ringout
0046 - Modem
0045 - Modem
0044 - Modem
0043 - Ringout
0041 - Ringout
0040 - Ringout
0039 - 300 baud modem
0038 - Ringout
0036 - Hold queue, Partner Communications tech support
0034 - Busy via DMS
0033 - Doohickey with synthesized voice, "Welcome to the radio detection LMS"
0032 - Ringout
0031 - Busy via SS7
0030 - Ringout
0029 - Ringout
0028 - Ringout

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