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The first number goes to a Taqua T7000. The stock recording actually does sound that weird, it's not a mistake or anything. OTZ installed a bunch of them in 2008.

 

That's weird you got a 4E recording on the second one. I don't think that place even has SS7. That 4E has such weird recordings though, doesn't it?

 

907-675-9999 - Dialtone via Redcom switch! Seems to be good for only local calls, doesn't supe. 9998 goes to the very strange Redcom AIS.

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907-675-9999 - Dialtone via Redcom switch! Seems to be good for only local calls, doesn't supe. 9998 goes to the very strange Redcom AIS.

 

wow! That's a great one. Anything thats not disconnected gets me an ACAB, But I'm gonna keep trying.

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809-500-9999 - Solid tone ring

809-500-0911

809-200-0000

 

809-867-5309 - Different sounding solid tone ring goes to VM

809-867-0000 - Spanish and English error message

809-867-0001 - ?? I think it's a VMB, but I only got through to the VMB normally after calling a few times, it was a wierd error message telling me the system is about to close..

0002- I think 0001 and 0002 might be normal people that I woke up, I guess its time to stop for now.

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Does anybody know what this is? It sounds like a pretty dated or primitive announcement system, All it does is play back the number you dialed, but what's the purpose?

718-595-2911

 

CNAM:

https://api.opencnam.com/v2/phone/+17185852911

NEW YORK

 

 

212-200-2911, 212-200-1337,

Some foreign music stream (Indian?)

CNAM:

NEW YORK

 

212-200-0000 0 = "I'm sorry", 1-9,*,# = "Sorry you are having problems goodbye"

 

 

718855TIME no idea..a full mailbox with the option to reach a non existent receptionist, at which point it brings you back to a full mailbox..etc. you can also transfer by pressing *8, around to extensions but all the mailboxes are full. extension 12 you can leave a message.

 

CNAM:

https://api.opencnam.com/v2/phone/+17188558463

NEW YORK

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Does anybody know what this is? It sounds like a pretty dated or primitive announcement system, All it does is play back the number you dialed, but what's the purpose?

718-595-2911

 

I dunno, but if you press * it prompts you for a password. All the other keys I tried just play a recording telling you the number is busy/invalid. For what it's worth too, whocalld says the CNAM is "EFLS". I think most of their results come from the official Verisign database. This company seems to have the whole thousand block, and they (or someone like them who also ported to Paetec) has something similar in Manhattan; 212-251-9901.

 

Since we're on the topic, I like how they unconditionally consider their exchanges to be voip, even when the LRN clearly points back to a 5ESS.

 

847-286-1080 - Nortel PBX. 08+ will let you transfer out of the system to 800 numbers (literally just 800; not 888, etc). Try calling an ANAC with it. Also, beware non-suping numbers.

435-833-0049 - TPI Automated Test Line

314-331-9000 - Elevator

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Does anybody know what this is? It sounds like a pretty dated or primitive announcement system, All it does is play back the number you dialed, but what's the purpose?

718-595-2911

 

I dunno, but if you press * it prompts you for a password. All the other keys I tried just play a recording telling you the number is busy/invalid. For what it's worth too, whocalld says the CNAM is "EFLS". I think most of their results come from the official Verisign database. This company seems to have the whole thousand block, and they (or someone like them who also ported to Paetec) has something similar in Manhattan; 212-251-9901.

 

Since we're on the topic, I like how they unconditionally consider their exchanges to be voip, even when the LRN clearly points back to a 5ESS.

 

847-286-1080 - Nortel PBX. 08+ will let you transfer out of the system to 800 numbers (literally just 800; not 888, etc). Try calling an ANAC with it. Also, beware non-suping numbers.

435-833-0049 - TPI Automated Test Line

314-331-9000 - Elevator

 

 

That nortel is a pretty cool number

If you put different numbers in instead of 08 it gets you to a directory which gives out alot of first and last names, press "11" and spell out a last name.

800-444-4444 and AT&T landline toll-free number both give different numbers (The latter giving the valid cp number, and the former giving the billing I think..right?).

 

for the 595 number, I tried the other keys (It sounds wierd.. like a deliberately old old woman's voice, if that makes sense). The only 4 digit combo I tried after pressing *, and which doesnt kick me eventually for being wrong, is 0000, but all it does is bring me back to the original playback of the number, from which I can press * again and enter a 4 digit code. I bet it's some kind of technician's test of some sort or something? I wonder why they bother leaving it up otherwise. strange.. Maybe 0000 is invalid as a pin anyway.. beats me at this point.

 

Apparently opencnam is garbage, so I wont use it anymore.

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On the nortel, try 800-437-7950, that's MCI's ANAC, it gives calling and charge ANI.

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On the nortel, try 800-437-7950, that's MCI's ANAC, it gives calling and charge ANI.

 

Now Im confused.the MCI anac gave both charge and calling ANI as 847 783 7662, so why does 800-288-2020 give me 847 286 2500?

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For some reason, I've found the 7950 ANAC won't consistently read back both fields. Recently, I've been using 800-800-0000 for CPN and 800-223-1104 for charge number.

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Got to try that anac(800-223-1104), It turns out the BTN is the 7662 number, I'm still kind of confused which number actually goes out as CPN, but the only remaining inconsistency is when I call the AT&T landline number (800-288-2020) I get the listed number read back to me. I guess if they're the ones providing the service I'm assuming they can easily pair the "main" listed number of an account with the billing number so I guess its not as big of a mystery as Im making it out to be.

 

Since, in my experience, 800-444-4444 will read a CPN back to me whenever possible, and failing that a BTN when possible (and in a total ANI failure, just 3 numbers, but Im already veering off topic..), Does that nortel number give out any valid CPN at all?

 

 

Has anyone tried dialing 800 numbers with A,B,C, or D on that nortel number (Or for that matter on any switch anywhere)? Does anything cool ever happen with that, or are those digits relegated to the autovon days?

 

I'll try it out when I get a chance.

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Does that nortel number give out any valid CPN at all?

 

Yup.

 

Has anyone tried dialing 800 numbers with A,B,C, or D on that nortel number (Or for that matter on any switch anywhere)? Does anything cool ever happen with that, or are those digits relegated to the autovon days?

 

A lot of equipment is capable of hearing those digits. The most obvious examples of things that'll do something interesting with them are the Laser Voicemail platform, and the EWSD.

 

217-889-9103 - Supervision test

217-889-9108/9109 - Loop (Redcom)
309-527-9999 - Newer Sensaphone, verbose

618-584-9999 - Older Sensaphone

217-322-0004 - "911 is not a working emergency number for your area. For emergencies, hang up a moment and dial your operator."

217-322-0010 - Expanded Announecment System, no supe

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Does that nortel number give out any valid CPN at all?

 

Yup.

 

 

Then the AT&T landline number doesnt simply read back CPN, but does something more to get the main number for the account I guess..That could possibly be cool to find the main number for some AT&T PBX calling you.. i guess..(which anyway is only right If the number the landline toll free number reads back is going by caller ID and not the billing phone number, in which case it could easily be spoofed, something I cant check at the moment anyway)

 

 

217-322-0010 - Expanded Announecment System, no supe

 

 

The redcom loops always rule, and this was a great one.

 

 

 

714-800-2911 - local sounding error message, repeats

714-666-0101 - silent termination

714-666-0102 - old CBCAD message "2CB"

714-666-0110 - carrier/fax

714-666-0009 - AIS, old message (you can hear the mechanical stuff with the announcement of the number)

714-666-0002 - milliwatt test

1337 - busy/reorder

 

714-303-0010,2911,0303 - What is this?? I've reached an invalid tater?  "You've reached an invalid pager"..yeah he said tater :blushing: (wtf is wrong with me..)  .It's on alot of the numbers for 714-303 apparently.

714-303-0000 - carrier

 

714-444-0001 - older intercept message with SIT

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numbers apparently on a Siemens DE4 EWSD, but goes to a 4ess long distance tandem "All Ciruits Are Busy" message on 089T
I used to have the list of long distance tandems.. Can anyone remind where 089T is again?
206 408 91xx
 

 

"You have reached your districts voice messaging service, please press 0..etc." no matter what I do it disconnects. sounds like an oldschool speech synthesis device.
253-561-0100

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numbers apparently on a Siemens DE4 EWSD, but goes to a 4ess long distance tandem "All Ciruits Are Busy" message on 089T

I used to have the list of long distance tandems.. Can anyone remind where 089T is again?

206 408 91xx

"You have reached your districts voice messaging service, please press 0..etc." no matter what I do it disconnects. sounds like an oldschool speech synthesis device.

253-561-0100

I called (253) 561-0100, pressing 0 transferred me to some school's IVR.

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xhausted110, on 01 Dec 2015 - 11:27 PM, said:

I called (253) 561-0100, pressing 0 transferred me to some school's IVR.

 

That's wierd.. if I call private from 718 area code I get a reorder after pressing 0.. I'm gonna try it on google voice.

 

Yeah It hangs up on me on google voice too.

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714-505-0005, 0099, 0101 etc. Old Disconnected message from Pat Fleet

714-505-0019 carrier after you wait about :50 - 1 minute

714-505-0016 VMB

714-201-00xx,01,05, 69 Beepers

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714-666-0102 - old CBCAD message "2CB"

 

That's an ex-MCI/0222 DMS-250 error message.

 

These numbers are on the University of Richmond Definity PBX. There's no DID number for them, but you can get transfer to them via 800-711-3357, option 1, *8.

 

2554 - Room monitor. Pressing * makes it return *456
2553 - Thingie, picks up silently?
2552 - Room monitor

2545 - Siemens Elevator

 

507-754-7000 - Sensaphone, unique model? Modern voice, lower sample rate, audible DAC aliasing

507-754-6245 - Old Trilog VMS. Loaded with Casio keyboard samples for some reason.

507-385-9200 - Pig latin ANAC (7d, Cognitronics MCIAS, supes)

507-385-9201 - CBCAD rec

320-568-4131 - Sensaphone

320-256-1101 - Sensaphone, menu based

320-256-1106 - AP rec, "All test positions are unmanned at this time. Please try again later."

218-784-7002 - ANAC (7d, charge #)

218-784-7007 - Modem (1200 baud)

218-784-7010 - Modem
218-784-7011 - Modem

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Does that nortel number give out any valid CPN at all?

 

Yup.

 

 

Then the AT&T landline number doesnt simply read back CPN, but does something more to get the main number for the account I guess..That could possibly be cool to find the main number for some AT&T PBX calling you.. i guess..(which anyway is only right If the number the landline toll free number reads back is going by caller ID and not the billing phone number, in which case it could easily be spoofed, something I cant check at the moment anyway)

 

 

217-322-0010 - Expanded Announecment System, no supe

 

 

The redcom loops always rule, and this was a great one.

 

 

 

714-800-2911 - local sounding error message, repeats

714-666-0101 - silent termination

714-666-0102 - old CBCAD message "2CB"

714-666-0110 - carrier/fax

714-666-0009 - AIS, old message (you can hear the mechanical stuff with the announcement of the number)

714-666-0002 - milliwatt test

1337 - busy/reorder

 

714-303-0010,2911,0303 - What is this?? I've reached an invalid tater? It's on alot of the numbers for 714-303 apparently.

714-303-0000 - carrier

 

714-444-0001 - older intercept message with SIT

 

714-666-0101 - silent for about 30 seconds then reorder.

 

I called it using my POTS.

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714-666-0101 - silent for about 30 seconds then reorder.

 

Via AT&T long distance, I got an ACB recording back from a 4E.

 

714-632-0040 - Ringout to AT&T UM VMB, Bell Engineering

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800-523-1231 Credit card gateway(?).  Answers with a carrier.

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402-963-1798 - Thingie on Avaya PBX! Plays five digits in DTMF (I've heard it go from 90150-90162, it probably goes a bit higher/lower), and waits for digits. The PBX will dial anything you give it.

402-963-1777 - Avaya Vector IVR, "Welcome to the routing center. Please enter your access code now."

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I just happened across this US State Department Phone Directory that was updated today 1/7/2016.

www.state.gov/documents/organization/112065.pdf

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Also, this number 508-221-9999 plays 6 DTMF tones and hangs up. Any ideas on what this means?

508-680-9999 "All Circuits are busy, please try again later."

508-374-9999 "Sorry, but your call cannot be completed." Very depressed sounding recording.

508-465-9999 "This number is available for your marketing campaign...Call Greg at 1-800-800-GREG!" (I called but he didn't answer.)

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Sorry! Meant to respond to this post earlier. 508-221-9999 sends out 508-228 in DTMF. There's always a thing on NYNEX exchanges that does something like it. I assume that's the primary exchange the switch serves or something?

 

 

 

508-374-9999 "Sorry, but your call cannot be completed." Very depressed sounding recording.

That's the stock recording for Sonus switches. Why they thought putting that on there was a good idea is anyone's guess.

 

520-387-8200 - Sensaphone

928-633-8200 - Synth voice thingie, "You have reached alarm check. There are no active alarms. Goodbye."

928-422-8200 - Alarm thing, same as 633-8200 but actual voice

928-422-8202 - Sensaphone. Switchroom?
928-422-8203 - Other Sensaphone

928-422-TEMP - Old Dialogic hardware? "The central office temperature is: fifty five degrees Farenheit.", no supe

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423-697-0289 The most sickeningly sweet Southern girl intercept recording. Chattanooga, TN

And thanks for the info ThoughtPhreaker!

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