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Haven't heard the KEX IFB in several years so I think it went buh-bye. It was a real treat hearing it in wide-FM mode, too bad they still have absolutely zero programming to justify such high fidelity. Rush Limpballs in 50 kHz is still fringe-right political hate radio no matter how high of bandwidth a pipe you feed it through.

By comparison their
Muzak also used to feed their "Foreground Music One" adult-contemporary program on 928.9375 IIRC off the KOIN building but it disappeared about 10 years ago. I don't know what it was used for but I think it may have once been to feed KKRZ's 92 kHz SCA then they just left it running when Z100 dropped SCA in the early 90s. It's still on the air today (licensed to an "MLP Communications" (Muzak Limited Partnership? I think it's actually still known as that for regulatory purposes, d.b.a. "Mood Media") according to the Interceptradio FCC database search) from KOIN tower but now just an unmodulated carrier. [/hijack]

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Weird, I remember hearing the KEX IFB a little more recently. Maybe around 2012 or so? Seeing as there's never anything good on there, I never paid much attention to it. Anyway, they transmit with something like 8khz of bandwidth, and a lot of shows like Coast to Coast come over a feed with seven.

 

208-364-0151 - Diverter! Done in software on the DMS. Dials literally only 800 numbers; not 888, etc, but always sends an ANI fail. 0131 is also something that just plays a 480 hertz tone for several seconds.

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2012 sounds about right. I think they shut it off around the time they got rid of their ibiquity sidebands though I don't know (probably not) if those events were related.

On the other hand there currently is some VERY clean, high quality audio of the NOAA stations KIG98 and WNG604 on 410.575 and .010 respectively. I think these might be the STL feeds from PQR to Goat Mountain and Davis Peak due to the lack of rolloff, compression and trunk hiss always in the background on VHF.

Heh, I remember about 20 years ago KGON actually had a shortwave service on IIRC ~25 MHz, I think it was intended for station remotes and things like that but the rest of the time they positioned it as a mostly reggae-formatted "second station", complete with its own sounders and everything. I even went to Goodwill and bought a $2 shortwave boombox to have upstairs in the booth because there was another guy there who was big into reggae and other than a few hours worth on Saturday afternoons on KBOO, was pretty nonexistant as a format around here. (He used to play it somewhat loudly. We rarely worried about sound leakage into the auditoriums because they were pretty well isolated acoustically.)

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325-675-9831 ... It sounds like... Some sort of test number? It's on that HLE 1AE out of Abeline, TX, so... It's got to be something interesting.

 

Responds to touch tone, not pulse dialing.

 

440-353-9999 ... A second dial tone? It breaks on the first digit, but doesn't seem to respond to anything else (touch tone or pulse). Eventually times out to a busy signal.

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Along the lines of finding test numbers, has anyone found an accurate, (more or less) up-to-date CLLI look-up?

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FWIW, http://telcodata.us/

There's another one out there but I forget the URL. Somebody on here linked to it in the recent past. It has IIRC gold text on a black or very dark-brown background.

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2 minutes ago, scratchytcarrier said:

FWIW, http://telcodata.us/

There's another one out there but I forget the URL. Somebody on here linked to it in the recent past. It has IIRC gold text on a black or very dark-brown background.

 

Okay, I didn't realize the data on TelcoData was still getting updated. Heh. This will probably work for what I need. Thanks for pointing it back out to me!

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So, does anyone know anything about NX2As? They're allegedly a family of small (90-1800 line) CDO Crossbar switches.

 

And there still are allegedly 3 in the active network.

 

870-764, the town of Dyess, Arkansas, is allegedly on one. The other 2 (which I haven't tried looking at yet) are Fox, Arkansas (870-363) and Prim, Arkansas  (870-948)

 

87-764-2101 is the Dyess City Hall.

 

Haven't found any test numbers.

 

Things like 0000, 9979, and 9999 give a fairly generic NIS.

 

I didn't notice anything odd about the call progress or pick-up on any calls.

 

Any ideas?

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574-267-0001 - DMS-100 DISA

928-757-0200 - Another DMS-100 DISA

707-595-4223 - A little something at a Nordstrom. Try pressing nothing at the prompt.

 

870-764, the town of Dyess, Arkansas, is allegedly on one.

 

As per the recording on 0102, that's a Meatwitch VP3510 or something like it. I couldn't get anything that didn't kick back a not in service message over SS7 on the other exchanges, but I assume more of the same. Either that, or someone retrofitted some NX-2s with SS7 gear.

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26 minutes ago, ThoughtPhreaker said:

707-595-4223 - A little something at a Nordstrom. Try pressing nothing at the prompt.

 

Hah. That's cute. So is that like a 'main switchboard', and each 'extension' is a store?

 

26 minutes ago, ThoughtPhreaker said:

As per the recording on 0102, that's a Meatwitch VP3510 or something like it. I couldn't get anything that didn't kick back a not in service message over SS7 on the other exchanges, but I assume more of the same. Either that, or someone retrofitted some NX-2s with SS7 gear.

 

Wouldn't be surprised if they're not NX-2s anymore. It's more me looking at LERGs and such, seeing, "Oh, that's still allegedly an old switch... And oh, it still has dialable exchanges listed!", and trying to find out.

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There's another one out there but I forget the URL. Somebody on here linked to it in the recent past. It has IIRC gold text on a black or very dark-brown background.



http://afiler.com/switches/

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21 hours ago, scratchytcarrier said:

 

Not sure how often that one's updated. Still lists 81 1AESS switches on the front page for example, but it doesn't look like 81 when you click it.

 

Also still lists White Plains (WHPLNYWP08T) as a #5 XBar with ETS. Heh.

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Yeah, when I saw it a year ago it still had a bunch of Western/XY steps listed, I guess mainly in rural "wide spot along the side of the road" places and ghost towns/mining/logging towns in the west. They had either long been cut over to newer equipment or probably deactivated outright/retired in place.

Betcha some of the abandoned ones might still be there rusting away...

EDIT: Okay, here it is:

http://afiler.com/switches/siemens/xy/
http://afiler.com/switches/lucent/step_by_step/

ANOTHER EDIT: It even lists a couple 2Bs which is more plausible and even show up on telcodata as such but I imagine they've probably also been cutover to DMS or packet system more recently: http://afiler.com/switches/lucent/2b_ess/

Old systems like steps in the PSTN today would be easier to hit by exploring PBX-land. Guys have those in their garages.

These old systems are all filed under "all switches".

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Old systems like steps in the PSTN today would be easier to hit by exploring PBX-land. Guys have those in their garages.

I talked to a friend about this a while back, and we agreed that the railroad networks might be a good place to look. People with a really traditional mindset, a fair amount of money, and the land/infrastructure to support telecommunications gear are exactly the right place to look. Union Pacific has a tieline network of some sort, and some Avaya PBXes to boot. Their main one in Nebraska has some modems on it that let you probe around their train network; 800-877-0272/0282/0304/0314. There's a lot of weather stations and things of the sort they have in weird places - even ghost towns, or in the middle of the desert.

 

800-877-0565 terminates to one of said Avaya PBXes. It might be best to find another number to play with it from in the long term, but this one will terminate straight to an Avst voicemail box. On another note, while the PBX has been around a while, the voicemail system is quite new; it replaced a Modular Messaging VMS maybe a year ago tops.

 

Things have been pretty busy at the moment - I'll probably have some better excuses for things to call later, but for the moment...

 

801-578-0012 - One of the EDRAMs on this DMS-100 mixed up it's offhook and milliwatt tones! You might have to call a few times to get it.

0060 - rec, "Skyline Telecom"

 

EDIT: Power companies would also be a good choice - they always have weird things, and are pretty routinely the biggest users of 4-wire E&M trunks. Dominion Power had (and may still have, though I understand they put a lot of newer gear in ~4 years ago) some processor-controlled relay stuff.

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610-926-0030 - rec, "AT&T is no longer accepting coins for long distance services from this phone. To complete this call, please use a calling card, or dial 00 to make an operator assisted call. Thank you."

0037 - Time/temp number

0098 - DMS IVR, "Please enter a code to remotely access a feature"

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So I've been trying to make a push to find all the test ranges for Canada. So far, it's been going quite good. Remember if you don't have a plan for calling Canada that the recordings don't supe.

 

418-522-1111 - rec, "We are presently unable to route any more calls to this location. Please call back later. This is a recording."

 

This particular switch serves a lot of Bell Canada's Montreal headquarters. So this particular range is *all* Bell, including all the Lync stuff. Some of the prompts are in French, so I wasn't entirely sure what VMS it was until later.

 

514-391

 

1100 - CBCAD rec
1101 - Dialing 1/0 not necessary rec
1102 - Dial 1/0 first rec
1103 - Permanent signal rec? "Please hang up immediately and try your call again. This is a recording."
1104 - NIS rec
1105 - PBX ringout
1106 - rec, "All our lines are now busy. Please hold, your call will be answered shortly. This is a recording."
1107 - Ringout to Lync VMB
1108 - rec, "We are presently unable to answer your call. Please call back during regular business hours. Thank you for your cooperation. This is a recording."
1109 - ACB rec
1110 - rec, "The party you are trying to reach has chosen not to take calls at this time."
1111 - 102-type test
1112 - Loopback test, supes
1113 - Ringout
1114 - Low speed modem
1115 - Low speed modem
1116 - Low speed modem
1117 - Low speed modem
1118 - Ringout to Octel VMS
1119 - PBX ringout to Bell employee VMB, possibly Lync
1120 - PBX ringout
1121 - PBX ringout
1123 - Ringout
1125 - AIS report, DISCO
1126 - PBX ringout, forward to cell
1127 - Weird platform, "Your call cannot be completed at this time, please try your call again."
1128 - PBX ringout
1129 - Same as 1127
1130 - PBX ringout
1131 - PBX ringout to VMB. Lync?
1133 - PBX ringout to VMB. Lync?
1134 - Ringout
1135 - PBX ringout to Bell Canada employee VMB. Lync?
1137 - PBX ringout
1138 - PBX ringout to Lync VMB
1141 - Weird platform, "Your call cannot be completed at this time, please try your call again."

 

416-368-4042 - rec on Octel VMB, supes, "You have reached the Advanced Intelligent Network. You are not authorized to call this number. Please hang up. Thank you."

416-353-6100 - rec on Octel VMB, supes, some sales pitch

416-353-1002 - Bell NOC

 

416-353 seems to be the Ontario analogue to the Montreal exchange. Things are looking up there :D .

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303-223-9995 - Dialtone via Global Crossing Local Services DMS-500

213-455-9999 - Same thing, but via a CS-2000 in Anaheim.

 

Both are toll restricted, so hopefully they'll be used to hone better switch playing techniques instead of being abused. Also, note the noticeable delay and comfort noise on the calls, even when you're local to them.

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I hope people are getting something out of this thread. At least for me, exploration really keeps the ball rolling with phones. Anyway, here's a bunch of stuff I've found in my spare time the last few weeks:

 

541-318-0000 - *57 success rec

 

541-317

0000 - Ringout
0001 - Ringout
0002 - Ringout
0003 - Ringout
0004 - Ringout
0005 - Ringout
0006 - Ringout
0007 - Ringout
0009 - Ringout
0010 - Ringout
0011 - Ringout
0012 - Ringout
0013 - 102-type milliwatt
0014 - rec, CBCAD/call the business office for assistance
0015 - Ringout
0017 - Ringout
0018 - Modem
 

541-738

0000 - Qwest UM VMS
0001 - AIS report, DISCO
0009 - AIS report, DISCO
0010 - Qwest UM VMS
0011 - Qwest UM VMS
0012 - DATU
0015 - Thingie, answers with three ~480 hertz beeps, waits for DTMF
0016 - NIS rec via Meridian
0020 - 102-type milliwatt
0021 - # forwarding to call screen IVR, rings out w/o privacy bit (CNAM: CENTURYLINK)
0023 - Loopback test
0024 - Messed up loopback test (loud!)
0025 - Ringout
0032 - 100-type test
0034 - YCDNGT rec
0035 - Ringout
0080 - 105-type test
0082 - CBCAD rec
0083 - Ringout
 

541-302

0000 - Ringout
0001 - 300 baud modem, prompts "password:" upon connect
0002 - Ringout
0003 - 1200 baud modem, prompts "password:" upon connect
0004 - Ringout
0005 - Same as 0003
0006 - Ringout
0007 - Same as 0003
0020 - 100-type milliwatt

 

541-485-0000 - Modem (CNAM: GREEN LEAF RIVE)

 

541-334

0002 - Ringout
0003 - Busy via SS7
0004 - Ringout
0005 - Ringout
0006 - Busy via SS7
0007 - Ringout
0008 - Ringout
0009 - Ringout
0020 - # cannot be reached from calling area rec
0021 - rec, "The number called is busy. A special ringing will tell you when the line is free. Please hang up now."
0022 - 105-type lookalike
0023 - rec, "The number called cannot be reached. Please hang up now."
0024 - rec, "You have canceled your request. Please hang up now."
0025 - rec, new Fleet, *57 fail rec
0026 - rec, "The number was free, but it has just become busy again. Please hang up. You may reactivate if you wish by dialing the original code."
0027 - *57 unavailable rec
0028 - rec, "Your call has been completed. However the party you are calling is not receiving calls at this time."
0029 - *57 success rec
0030 - Ringout
0031 - rec, "The number cannot be reached now. Please hang up and try again later."
0032 - NPA changed to 541 rec
0033 - Ringout
0034 - Ringout
0035 - Ringout
0039 - Ringout
0040 - Caller not accepting calls w/privacy bits rec
0041 - New Fleet rec, Centurylink call blocking test - not blocked
0042 - Ringout
0043 - Ringout
0044 - Modem, same as 302-0001?
0045 - Ringout
0046 - Ringout
0047 - Ringout
0048 - Ringout
0049 - Ringout
0050 - Ringout
0051 - 100-type test
0052 - Ringout
0053 - Ringout
0054 - Ringout
0055 - Ringout
0056 - Ringout
0057 - Ring + long silence + reorder via SS7
0058 - Modem, 9600 baud, PLEASE ENTER YOUR PASSWORD ===>>
0059 - Same as 0058

 

718-384-9900,9904 - DMS-100 DISA dialtone


360-293-0069 - NPA changed rec via GTD-5 Cognitronics doohickey

 

410-333

9999 - Silence, supes
9998 - Silence, supes
9997 - rec, "The number you have dialed for the University of Maryland at Baltimore has been changed. The new number is 706 plus the last four digits of the old telephone number. Please make a note of it. Thank you."
9996 - DISCO/NIS rec
9995 - rec, calls w/privacy bit blocked
9994 - Silence, supes
9993 - *57 fail rec
9992 - rec, "We're sorry, we are unable to complete this request because the number you have called has become busy again."
9991 - rec, "You have just de-activated this feature."
9990 - rec, "The number you have called is busy. If it becomes free in the next thirty minutes, you will hear a special ring when the call can be attempted. Please hang up."
9989 - rec, "This service cannot be activated because the telephone number is not in our serving area."
9988 - *57 success rec
9987 - Supes silently
9986 - Anonymous call rejection service off rec
9985 - Anonymous call rejection service on rec
9982 - Ringout
9981 - rec, "You have reached the Housing Application Office of the Housing Authority of Baltimore city located at 300 Cathedral street, the fourth floor. When an interviewer answers your call, please state your application number, name and address. Calls are accepted between 9 AM and 3 PM."
9978 - rec, "You have reached a non-working number at the University of Maryland Baltimore. Please check the number and dial again, or contact 410-706-3100 for assistance. Thank you."
9972 - Weird, loud/messed up loopback test
9971 - Loopback test
9969 - Busy signal via 5ESS
9968 - rec, "Thank you for calling the University of Maryland Medical System. All of our attendants are currently assisting other calls. Please hold, and your call will be answered in the order it was received. Thank you."
9967 - Ringout
9966 - rec, "At this time, the party you have called is not taking calls."
9965 - Ringout
9964 - Ringout
9963 - Ringout
9962 - ACB via SS7
9961 - Ringout
9960 - ACB via SS7
9958 - Ringout
9957 - Click + 15A announcement noise
9956 - Reorder via 5ESS
9955 - rec, "You have reached Citibank. The number you have dialed is not in service. For further assistance, please call 637-2100."
9954 - rec, "You have reached the department of housing and community development housing inspection services complaint section. All of our lines are busy. Plese hold. Your call will be answered in the order it was received."
9953 - rec, "Please redial this number by using the access code and the seven digit number. Dialing the area code is no longer necessary."
9952 - rec, "One-fifty seven channel three"
9951 - rec, "We are sorry, the number you have reached is not in service. If you are calling Kerr Steamship, please dial 962-5200. If you need help, dial your operator. This is a recording."
9950 - rec, "The number you have reached is not in service. If you are calling Miran(?) Towing Company, please call 962-6500. If you need further help, please call your operator."
9949 - rec, "The number you have dialed, 333-1000, is no longer in service. If you are trying to call a Maryland state agency, please refer to the blue pages of your local telephone directory or call directory assistance. Thank you."
9947 - rec, "You have reached a non-working number for the University of Maryland medical system. Please check the number and dial again, or contact 328-8667 for assistance. Thank you."
9946 - Blank or broken 15A channel
9945 - rec, "The number you have reached is not in service. If you are calling Montgomery Ward, please call 244-2000. If you need further help, please call your operator."
9944 - rec, "The number you have dialed at Maryland National Bank has been changed. The new number is 605 and the same last four digits of the number you just dialed. Please make a note of it."
9943 - rec, "If you are calling a government agency in the Baltimore area and do not have the number, check your local directory or call directory assistance.
9942 - rec, "The number that you have reached is not in service. If you are calling the Traveler's Insurance Company, please call 962-6262. If you need further help, please call your operator."
9941 - CBCAD/call your attendant to help you rec
9940 - Network difficulty rec
9939 - Ringout
9938 - Ringout
9935 - Ringout
9934 - Ringout
9933 - Ringout
9932 - Ringout
9931 - Ringout
9930 - Ringout
9924 - LD CAC required rec
9920 - Dialing LD CAC not necessary rec
9916 - Ringout
9915 - Ringout
9914 - CAC error rec
9913 - ACB via SS7
9912 - Silence, supes
9911 - Dialing 950 not necessary rec
9910 - Dial 950 before CAC rec
9909 - rec, CBCAD from the phone you are using
9908 - # cannot be reached from calling area rec
9907 - Telco facility trouble rec
9906 - rec, "The number you have reached is not in service. If you are calling the Department of Social Services, please call 361-4700. If you need further assistance, please call your operator."
9905 - Coin deposit rec
9904 - CBCAD rec
9903 - YCDNGT rec
9902 - Permanent signal rec
9901 - Dialing 1 not necessary rec
9900 - Dial 1 first rec

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18 minutes ago, ThoughtPhreaker said:

I hope people are getting something out of this thread. At least for me, exploration really keeps the ball rolling with phones.

 

Oh, I certainly do still! I get the notifications of posts, and I'll plug an interesting number or three into the cell if I have a moment.

 

My lack of any posting (and calls) lately is due to a re-enrollment into school, a new work project, and the continuing adventures of being a husband / father. Lucky me... Heh.

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Here is some scans I did. I'll be doing some more scans soon!

 

51667699xx

 

 

01 5ESS announcement
11 the long distance code that you dialed had to be proceeded with 950
32 milliwatts tone
39 busy
45 milliwatts tone
55 Greenvale garage
68 high pitch tone
70 busy
72 line pick up dead air
76 due to unusual heavy traffic in the exchange you are calling your call cannot be completed at this time
77 due to an dialing change you must dial an area code before the 7 digits


51675999xx
00 milliwatt
01 5ess announcement
25 the long distance code that you dialed had to be proceeded with 950
26 carrier code is needed for this call
27 call cannot be completed due to wrong access code or restrictions on the line
28 number you dialed cannot be reached with the carrier access code
29 a carrier access is required for the number you dial or their is restrictions on the line
45 milliwatt
59 busy
68 HIGH pitch screech
70 busy
72 your call cannot be completed please try your call again or call Customer care
92 busy

 

51667499xx
00 milliwatt
15 modem
32 milliwatt
33 voicemail
41 busy
45 milliwatt
46 busy
59 the voicemail you are calling has not been setup yet
67 dead air
79 number is unavailable or private
85 busy
89 number cannot be called from a private number. Without blocked number Verizon voicemail system.
93 Verizon voicemail system
94 Verizon voicemail system
98 where sorry you Must first dial a 1
99 your phone has been temp disco. If this is an emergency dial 911. For Customer service dial 0

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MAJOR EDIT: Decided to forego a full results list, and instead focus on things that actually work on a largely consistent basis. Interestingly, in my dialing, I've found that NPA-0xx-1211 works ridiculously well, getting through where NPA-0xx-0000 wouldn't... This means there's still some validity to the old Inward code (and perhaps other 1xx codes?), which is probably one of the few remaining holdovers from the old network. It's amazing, and I'm so glad I'm doing this!

 

Working on a jan of the 0xx and 1xx codes (about 374 at last count). I'm using Google Hangouts Dialer because:

 

1) Anyone should be able to replicate this with Hangouts.

2) My Verizon (cell), Windstream (home POTS), and WOW! (home VoIP) phones don't seem to allow 0xx / 1xx dials. CIC / CACs seem largely useless, but still trying some.


So here we go, jan of the 0xx codes completed on 3/30/17:

 

NPA-0XX-1211

 

1-205-029-1211
1-208-038-1211 (Confirmed Frontier DA)
1-251-037-1211
1-256-052-1211
1-307-025-1211 (Recorded message: "Due to heavy calling / abnormal conditions, Op Assistance Call CBCATT" "Due to" reason flips every now and again, but seems to primarily be "heavy calling")
1-334-029-1211
1-334-041-1211
1-501-024-1211
1-502-033-1211
1-507-058-1211 (Recorded message that states "Inward Op Assistance is now 800-755-6543"; that number is no longer valid as any sort of Inward)
1-517-051-1211
1-561-036-1211 (This answers, but there seems to be no op?)
1-612-076-1211
1-706-067-1211
1-717-032-1211

1-803-061-1211
1-812-021-1211
1-814-028-1211 (Recorded message: "Due to heavy calling, CCYCATT")
1-816-018-1211 (No op, but the CBCAD actually supes the line)
1-843-037-1211
1-864-023-1211
1-901-026-1211
1-904-045-1211 (No op, but an interesting recording: "The phone you are calling from is NIS")

 

1xx jan to follow

 

 

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Total Rework Of The Janning And Method
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Oh, I certainly do still! I get the notifications of posts, and I'll plug an interesting number or three into the cell if I have a moment.



 

My lack of any posting (and calls) lately is due to a re-enrollment into school, a new work project, and the continuing adventures of being a husband / father. Lucky me... Heh.

 

I hear ya, I've had an uncomfortably busy schedule myself in the past few weeks. I'm currently holed up in a hotel (with a Rolm! Definitely getting some recordings of this one), and have been trying to work out a good way to scan. I've got one of two things that're possibly in the works at the moment. Either one of them should do just fine with some time. In the meantime though, courtesy of the satellite receiver in my room, the Dish modem doohickey - 866-366-8634. This is the number it uses to phone home with usage metrics, bill for pay per view stuff, and what have you. While it sounds like it'll probably connect at any speed, the Dish receiver in question does it at 1200 baud.

 

303-007    CBCAD x2 / Reorder

 

Hmm! So one of those MCIMetro ATS 0xx codes still works? I'll definitely have to get a look at that.

 

[516-674-99]33 voicemail

 

If you whistle a 1050 hertz tone (the fax presence tone), that thing will hang up on you :D .

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On 3/12/2017 at 3:29 PM, ThoughtPhreaker said:

Hmm! So one of those MCIMetro ATS 0xx codes still works? I'll definitely have to get a look at that.

 

If you call one of those generic CBCAD messages 'still working', then sure, I suppose a lot of these 'still work'! Heh. Unless you're getting something different dialing from your provider? If so, I'd be real curious!

 

Hoping to have the 400 block up sometime in the area of tonight / tomorrow.

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Major edits happened... The post above was modified appropriately.

 

Next task: Enter the numbers I found in an Excel to break down OCNs, Switch Types, etc. to look for patterns or tendencies!

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