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Does anybody know what these things are? They're on more or less every Teleport switch;

 

714-450-9805

804-253-9805

402-970-9805

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Does anybody know what these things are? They're on more or less every Teleport switch;

 

714-450-9805

804-253-9805

402-970-9805

I haven't the faintest idea...

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707-562-0120 - fax/carrier(?)

Called it at 9600 baud and got this:

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989-774-6799 - WCMU transmitter site A, Burk transmitter remote access thingy

404-289-9533 - AIS report on a 1AESS. What's amazing about this is you can hear pretty distinct crosstalk from other calls 1/3 times. Call in at different times of the day, it's really fun. During the day you hear lots of voices, but towards midnight to 4 AM or so, you start to hear more and more modems and other weird automated things. Some of which have very decodable DTMF if you're so inclined. Just remember that only one person at a time can get this noisy trunk.

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404-289-9533 - AIS report on a 1AESS. What's amazing about this is you can hear pretty distinct crosstalk from other calls 1/3 times. Call in at different times of the day, it's really fun. During the day you hear lots of voices, but towards midnight to 4 AM or so, you start to hear more and more modems and other weird automated things. Some of which have very decodable DTMF if you're so inclined. Just remember that only one person at a time can get this noisy trunk.

 

That's a fine thing right there...

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A few things for you Defcon types:

 

702-967

 

3847 - Modem

3857 - Modem

4227 - Modem, lower baud rate

4848 - Ring + dialtone via paging terminal?

4858 - Modem

7202 - Vector IVR, long distance rates recording

7720 - Modem, lower baud rate

7766 - Rep, phone w/bell ringer, fans in background, "Switchroom"

7920 - Supes, goes to WEIRD ring (possibly accepts DTMF)

7979 - Same as 7920

7981 - Same as 7920

 

Here's some CCR test numbers on Telstra AXE-10s. What's a CCR test, you might ask? I have absolutely no idea, but they beep a lot.

 

+61-29-690-1509

+61-39-670-0088

+61-36-234-9565

 

And if you're curious, here's some stuff in the same exchange as the Sydney (+61-29) CCR test. Telstra seems to be pretty good at hiding test numbers:

 

0021 - Fax
0022 - Ringout to rec, "Your call could not be connected. Please check the number and try again." x2, message via SS7
0023 - Ringout
0024 - PBX VMB? Colt
0025 - Thingie with weird tones
0026 - Ringout
0027 - NIS
0028 - Ringout to PBX VMB
0029 - Subscriber

1499 - NIS

1569 - Same as 0025? Fax

1579 - Ringout to PBX VMB

1589 - Ringout

1599 - Fax

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Here's an independent 5ESS scan in Kentucky. Nothing new, but the announcements are nice sounding.

 

270-761

0008 - Ringout
0010 - Ringout
0015 - Ringout
0016 - Busy via SS7
0019 - Fax
0020 - Business office PBX
0021 - Business office PBX, ringout to VMB
0022 - Business office PBX
0023 - ACB via SS7
0029 - Business
0043 - Ringout to Nortel key system
0044 - Ringout to Nortel key system
0045 - Fax
0050 - NIS rec
0051 - Same as 0050
0052 - ACB rec
0053 - YCDNGT rec
0054 - Dial NPA first rec
0055 - Dial 1/0+NPA first rec
0056 - DIal 1/0+NPA first rec
0057 - Permanent signal rec
0058 - rec, "E-tel 158. We're sorry, the service you have dialed is not allowed from this number. For further assistance, please call customer service."
0059 - rec, "Your request has failed, because your line is actively call forwarded."
0060 - rec, "The number you are trying to reach cannot be handled by this method. Please dial directly."
0061 - rec, Busy line repeat dial
0062 - rec, "All outstanding requests have been de-activated"
0063 - rec, "We're sorry, but the line you are calling has become busy again."
0064 - *57 success rec
0065 - *57 fail rec
0066 - *57 unavailable rec
0067 - rec, "We're sorry, your request could not be processed. Please try your call again."
0068 - Dial NPA first rec
0069 - CAC not available in area rec
0070 - rec, "Your unidentified call rejection has been activated."
0071 - rec, "Your unidentified call rejection has been deactivated."
0072 - Calls w/privacy bits not accepted rec
0073 - rec, "We're sorry, this customer is not accepting your calls at this time. Thank you."
0074 - rec, "E-Tel 174. We're sorry, the calling card number you have used is invalid. Please hang up and try again. Thank you."
0075 - Remote call forwarding prompt
0091 - Subscriber

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919-643-9999. Intercept saying you must dial the area code first.

This switch also has bizarre handling of out of service numbers. Try 919-732-9999 (same switch), it's not in service. You'll probably get a reorder tone, endless ringing, or an intercept from your telco. Maaaaaybe this switch will give you its intercept if you're lucky. (If you hear "zero two seven C", then you got lucky)

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Here's an interesting thing I stumbled upon looking for ways to play around with the 1A in Savannah...

 

*cheesy grin*

 

And here's the site I got it from, in case there's any question about authenticity. Seems the CLLI Code # entry can be blank there...

 

And I translated it from Excel to PDF format so I could actually upload it. Heh.

 

Enjoy!

Copy of TestlineReport.pdf

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Interesting. Did you notice it also has independents in it too? HLBONCXBDS0 is in there- that's the CenturyLink CO that the numbers in my last post are on.

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919-643-9999. Intercept saying you must dial the area code first.

This switch also has bizarre handling of out of service numbers. Try 919-732-9999 (same switch), it's not in service. You'll probably get a reorder tone, endless ringing, or an intercept from your telco. Maaaaaybe this switch will give you its intercept if you're lucky. (If you hear "zero two seven C", then you got lucky)

 

Do you mean 027T? That's the Denver 4ESS. Sometime this year, Centurylink started having all their DMSes, as opposed to just all the ex-Qwest ones, kick back a not in service message via an SS7 cause code instead of actually playing the recording. Some of them, like the ex-Centel ones in Virginia are cool enough that they're worth hearing should you ever find yourself dialing out from one of.

 

In any case, a lot of the old Centel/United Tel offices tend to be a huge tease. They'll have a single test announcement or two somewhere obvious, usually followed by a bunch of subscribers. Here's a few;

 

252-535-0002

717-334-0000 (this cycles through a bunch of announcements. It's the only place I've seen a switch do this)

317-736-0003

434-975-9999

717-530-0000

850-997-0000

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That's an ex-Centel office in Hillsborough, NC- just north of me in Chapel Hill. That's interesting about the 4ESS though, but... 919-562-9999 is an ex-United/CT&T office in Wake Forest. I seem to get an intercept from an unknown source with it- the recording does not have the insane Southern drawl that office had when I had a line on it 10 years ago.

Oh, Jane Barbe: 919-304-9999. That's a Stromberg-Carlson DCO in Mebane, NC that once belonged to a hole in the wall independent that morphed into Madison River Communications, then got bought by CenturyTel around 2006. It's the only thing CenturyTel ever had in NC.

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That's an ex-Centel office in Hillsborough, NC- just north of me in Chapel Hill. That's interesting about the 4ESS though, but... 919-562-9999 is an ex-United/CT&T office in Wake Forest. I seem to get an intercept from an unknown source with it- the recording does not have the insane Southern drawl that office had when I had a line on it 10 years ago.

Oh, Jane Barbe: 919-304-9999. That's a Stromberg-Carlson DCO in Mebane, NC that once belonged to a hole in the wall independent that morphed into Madison River Communications, then got bought by CenturyTel around 2006. It's the only thing CenturyTel ever had in NC.

919-304-9999 Is Pat Fleet!m, not Jane Barbe. Their voices are similar, so sometimes it's hard to tell them apart.
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Haven't posted in a while. How is everyone?

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1-877-565-3189 modem for protels

3190 sounds like a carrier, but it doesn't sound identical to 3189.

 

 

Haven't posted in a while. How is everyone?

 

Pretty good, Been messing with payphones while I still can.

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Haven't posted in a while. How is everyone?

 

Not bad. I found this just now. It's good to have a nice mystery to work on again;

 

925-373-0007

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These numbers are supposedly used to route calls to MCI operators.  They each have a unique tone, the first being something bizarre and unfamiliar to myself.

 

800-277-9190

800-277-9191

 

These numbers will be disconnected on Oct. 15.  I found out about them on the Verizon regulatory pages.

 

http://www.verizon.com/idc/groups/public/documents/adacct/il_800_tn.pdf

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So Jman and I looked around a bit, and found this;

 

https://www.prisonphonejustice.org/media/phonejustice/MN_prison_phone_contract_MCI_worldcom_2000.pdf

 

So far I've tried toll, 800, 0 and just sitting there - the first two also prefixed with a 1 and 0 first. Every time, it's just hung up on me. I'm guessing this is like the numbers that COCOTs use to originate toll traffic. They'll usually pick up just like that; with a tone waiting for digits, but authenticate using ANI. COCOTs and prison phones are usually run by the same companies because...I dunno, because COCOTs aren't sleazy enough, so I'm willing to bet that's exactly what they're looking for. Who knows? Some COCOTs probably use(d?) these exact numbers to make toll calls too.

 

Anyway, here's a feed of a Fox TV channel. 212-301-3799.

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This is easily the weirdest tone I've ever heard come out of a DMS-100; 386-364-1103

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507-354-0016 - Thingie, picks up and plays DTMF. By ear, it sounds like *#0000-10000, but the # might very well be a nine. Every key except *, # and 6 will respond with two # tones. 6 responds with just one, # hangs up immediately and * waits for input. You confirm the entry using * again. Most of the time, it'll just play two # tones in response, but *354-0016* will make it just say silent.

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360-225-0110,0000,2580,0852,etc. What the hell is that? Responds to DTMF by getting louder (Maybe not tho.. I think I'm imagining that..).

 

0009 "Not accepting calls at this time."

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This is easily the weirdest tone I've ever heard come out of a DMS-100; 386-364-1103

Yeah, I don't know what the hell to make of that thing (or the one you listed in your following post). Can't figure out if that's supposed to be some kind of internal reorder on a PBX or what it is.

360-225

In fact that CO is just across the road from where I bought my current POS car, behind one of the dealership's service garages. Used to be XY back in the day like Camas (both are/were GTE). http://flashearth.com/?lat=45.907168&lon=-122.744757&z=19.1&r=0&src=msl

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809-999-9999

809-999-0000 Delay..With Cross talk (Can't tell..)? It rings sometimes too at random.. and goes back to silence. strange.

809-999-2580

809-999-1337

 

809-666-1337 - English and Spanish NIS message

 

D.R. Seems to not particularly have a standard ring. At least so far as the 999 exchange is concerned. Sometimes it's a foreign sounding ring, sometimes the US ring. I just called the 2580 number now, and got switched between both rings.

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360-225

In fact that CO is just across the road from where I bought my current POS car, behind one of the dealership's service garages. Used to be XY back in the day like Camas (both are/were GTE). http://flashearth.com/?lat=45.907168&lon=-122.744757&z=19.1&r=0&src=msl

 

 

I'm guessing it has some misconfigured announcement machines? Judging from the aerial view I'd say it could certainly be the case.. Looks like that office has been around. Or are those numbers just some test numbers of the kind Ive never encountered before?

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Both exchanges on Redcoms, which I dont see much of

 

9073639900

 

9073580000,0110 (Getting me a 4ess error, 089T)

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