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And thanks for the info ThoughtPhreaker!

Glad to help :) . Identifying equipment makes anything you're doing a whole lot easier in the long run.

 

It's been a while since I've seen a full scan out there, so, well, here's one. Those of you with good ears will notice that besides the recordings and upper 11xx ringouts, the ring you hear isn't coming from the 5ESS. The numbers are still on the 5ESS; I got the chance to hear something make an intra-office call on it. What's happening is something, presumably sharing the trunks to the PSTN with the 5E, is superimposing fake ring over the real thing. Obviously they couldn't do that for the recordings since they don't supe, so you hear the real ring there. My guess is it has something to do with this;

 

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2009/11/prweb3196674.htm

 

I've called 5Es run by a lot of different companies, and this is the first time I've seen anything like it.

 

970-337

 

1100 - 100-type test

1101 - Switchroom, "San Isabel, $name"

1102 - 102-type test

1103 - Reorder via distant end

1104 - 105-type lookalike

1105 - Goes to 105-type test

1107 - Ringout

1108 - Loud static

1109 - Suping silence

1110 - Reorder via distant end

1111 - Trilog VMS, leave message mode

1112 - Trilog VMS, leave message mode

1113 - Trilog VMS, leave message mode

1114 - Trilog VMS, leave message mode

1115 - Trilog VMS, leave message mode

1116 - Trilog VMS, leave message mode

1117 - Trilog VMS, leave message mode

1119 - Trilog VMS

1120 - YCDNGT rec

1121 - CBCAD, trailer code G2

1122 - ACB rec

1123 - rec, "It is not necessary to dial a 1 when calling this number."

1124 - rec, "The long distance access code you have dialed is not accessible on this system. Please call your long distance provider's customer service number of assistance."

1125 - rec, "It is necessary to dial a one plus the area code and phone number of the party you are calling. Please try your call again." <hangs up after two repetitions instead of repeating forever>

1127 - rec, "There is no service agreement between the serving service provider and the home service provider."

1128 - rec, "There is congestion out on the network. Please try your call later."

1130 - rec, "Please hang up the phone now. Please hang up."

1145 - Ringout

1146 - Ringout

1147 - Ringout

1148 - Ringout

1149 - rec, "We're sorry, the number you have dialed is temporarily disconnected." <hangs up after two repetitions instead of repeating forever>

1150 - ACB via SS7

1151 - ACB via SS7

1152 - ACB via SS7

1153 - ACB via SS7

1154 - ACB via SS7

1155 - ACB via SS7

1156 - ACB via SS7

1157 - ACB via SS7

1158 - ACB via SS7

1159 - ACB via SS7

1160 - ACB via SS7

1161 - ACB via SS7

1162 - 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."

1163 - ACB via SS7

1164 - ACB via SS7

1165 - Ringout

1166 - Ringout

1167 - rec, "Your call is being forwarded. Please wait."

1168 - ACB rec

1169 - rec, "Your service does not allow calls to the number you have dialed. For more information, please call your customer service representative by dialing 611."

1170 - rec, "The customer you have called does not answer. Please try your call again later."

1171 - YCDNGT rec

1172 - rec, "There is no agreement betewen the serving service provider and the home service provider."

1173 - NIS rec

1174 - rec, "You cannot make a call from this service area. For more information, call your customer service representative by dialing 611."

1175 - rec, "It is necessary to dial 1 plus the area code and phone number of the party you are calling when calling from this service area. Please try your call again."

1176 - rec, "Your call cannot be completed as dialed. Please check your number and try again later."

1177 - rec. "Your message cannot be accessed from this service area."

1178 - Ringout

1179 - rec, "Your mobile telephone serial number has been restricted from this service area. If you feel this is an error, please contact your home service provider."

1180 - rec, "The long distance access code you have dialed is not accessible on this system. Please call your long distance provider's customer service number of assistance."

1181 - rec, "Please enter your personal ID"

1182 - rec, "Please enter your old personal ID"

1183 - rec, "Please enter your new personal ID"

1184 - rec, "Please re-enter your new personal ID"

1185 - Ringout

1186 - rec, "Please do not dial a carrier access code when making this call."

1187 - rec, "The serial number of your mobile unit is not valid. Please contact your customer service representative by dialing 611."

1188 - Ringout

1189 - Ringout

1190 - Ringout

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Hey guys I'm pretty new to phones and scanning and found this weird thing and was wondering if any of you guys happen to know what this thing is: 601-748-4225 enter 5555# - it seems to be some kind of monitor with weird conversations.

 

Any idea?

 

--heartbreakr

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601-748-4225 enter 5555# - it seems to be some kind of monitor with weird conversations.



What... the... hell...

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601-748-4225 enter 5555# - it seems to be some kind of monitor with weird conversations.


What... the... hell...

 

 

Very bizarre... Seems to 'scan' for conversations, because I heard a few different rings before it locked into something.

 

Also seems like an international sort of company?

 

 http://www.npanxxsource.com reports the whole 4xxx block as being established in early 2014, as part of Bandwidth.com, so it's some sort of virtual... Conference? PBX? Not sure. But interesting nonetheless!

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I heard a conversation with a guy and a woman talking about bob white and Gerard, and there's some cellular interference in the middle of the call. AND IT LOOPS! So it was a recording, they kept saying the same things over and over.
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This seems fishy, there's always a conversation to hear. I don't believe it's real, either that or it's playing back what it's heard, not what it's hearing.
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Wouldn't be -too- surprising, I suppose. The things I was hearing yesterday had some electronics-knowledgeable folks... Lots of Microsoft and EMC mentions.

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601-748-4225 enter 5555# - it seems to be some kind of monitor with weird conversations.


What... the... hell...

 

 

So let's go weirder... Dialing in today, it takes near 30 seconds to supe. When it does, there's a beep... Then what SOUNDS like a busy signal from the distant end (staticy). Now... Tap a key. BEEP, and the busy signal is gone. Definitely seems to connected to -something-, but it's quite a clear connection at that point. Any other touch tones seem to have no effect.

 

ThoughtPhreaker, the BEEP sounds suspiciously like the one from Evan's recording of the 052 Conference.

 

So I really want to say there's a way to possibly -start- a conference on here (and not just -listen-), but I'm not sure how yet.

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First result in Ixquick-- Search query: "601-748-4552"

601-748 (Elsie, MS) - phonenumberstar.com
www.phonenumberstar.com/601-748 Proxy Highlight

601-748-4225 : Edward Messano, E Court St, Elsie Mississippi 601-748-4139 : Donna Strickland, ... 601-748-4992 : Stacy Botsis, State Hwy 583, Elsie Mississippi

Now here is another:

601-748-4xxx (Brookhaven) Phone Number Results
www.reversecallerdatabase.com/601-748-4xxx Proxy Highlight

601-748-4225: Unlisted: Wireless: CENTENNIAL SOUTHEAST LICENSE COMPANY LLC: myblue.com: 0: 0: 601-748-4678: Unlisted: ... Recent Craigslist Activity for 601-748-4xxx ...

I heard what sounded like a really pissed-off lady talking to some guy with a slight Middle eastern accent, saying something about I.I.R.C. how Halliburton was under investigation and she wasn't going to bother buying any shares on it, or something. I think she also mentioned something about "Vice President Cheney" in there so these recordings must be fairly old. That particular recording had some ring voltage and a caller-identification burst at the beginning.

Sounds like they're from some investment firm or a bank or something. The few I heard all involve stocks in some way or other.

So apparently it's a cellphone but I wonder if it's just somebody having dumb phun with Asterisk or a playback machine of some kind (number portability). Hmm, can we maybe say "honeypot"?...

... This seems fishy, there's always a conversation to hear. I don't believe it's real, either that or it's playing back what it's heard, not what it's hearing.

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I agree with the honeypot conclusion. I just now realized that the tones before and after the pin prompt were from the bell system voicemail trial of the early 80's. It's on one of Evan doorbell's recent recordings.
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That's also what I thought when I first heard it, they're not the same but they sound similar. (Hmm, 'spose maybe they got it from GTE?) The "identification number please" and "error" prompts are also clearly pre-recorded samples. it is very subtle if you listen on the telephone (at least I can't) but it's very evident on headphones.

I noticed the ringback once it connects is substantially louder and "dirtier" sounding than my standard 5E ringback, so it must be a PBX of some kind. (There are devices that are basically a stripped-down cell phone, and you connect a regular POTS telephone/modem/FAX machine to it similar to how you'd do with a VOIP gateway, enabling you to use wireline devices on the cell network, maybe it's a PBX connected through one of those?) Also, hitting "#" after dialing the number seems to dump me into some kind of a VMS. I didn't think to play around with it, and instead just hung up on it and tried again, but I suspect that it must be a function of the cell phone system that this thing may or may not be homing on.

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I called it once and sat for over 3 minutes and it was silent.  Then I hung up.

 

Weird but interesting.

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614-907-4224 "No Routes Found"
512-817-6552 Owned scammer's VMB
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213-252-1252 "Route and rate verification for Los Angeles 11 DS2"

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213-252-1252 "Route and rate verification for Los Angeles 11 DS2"

 

I'm surprised to hear anything related to rate & route these days... Though it doesn't seem to do anything more than say ​it's for R&R... No op, no options... Wondering if it responds to some special SS7 sequence or something.

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Speaking of GTE California, (562) 592-1592. It's a route verification number, but instead of a recording, you get 4 bursts of reorder and a busy signal, and it seems that half the calls I make into this switch go over a noisy, obviously analog, trunk. Neat.

EDIT: (909) 390-1390 is another one, but with a milliwatt instead of busy. Edited by xhausted110
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I just went through that directory, and it seems that most of the numbers in there still work, provided the switching equipment hasn't changed since. You just have to look up the CLLI to get the new area code. For example, the 105 type test on LNBHCAXT43K still works. (562) 433-1110
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Speaking of GTE California, (562) 592-1592. It's a route verification number, but instead of a recording, you get 4 bursts of reorder and a busy signal, and it seems that half the calls I make into this switch go over a noisy, obviously analog, trunk. Neat.

EDIT: (909) 390-1390 is another one, but with a milliwatt instead of busy.

 

That 562 number actually has milliwatt as well. It's after about 10-15 seconds of the busy signal.

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All I hear on 562 is bit-robbed T-carrier.  Are you able to make a recording of this trunk in question?

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All I hear on 562 is bit-robbed T-carrier.  Are you able to make a recording of this trunk in question?

Not in my current location, no access to a landline. I'm not getting it as of 9:40 tonight, they either fixed it, or I'm not trying hard enough.

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818-840-6970 - Mexican radio station feed

212-889-9998 - DMS-100 DISA, for NY metro centrex? Try dialing 55555 or 50008. 51234 is numbering change recording.

The studdery low tone on that 562 number is interesting. DMS-100s have some weird test function that always starts out with two or three pulses of that; 415-622-0000, 620-342-9901. I have no idea what it does, but for whatever it's worth, it only accepts one simultaneous call.

Also, I didn't get any analog carrier noise on the 562 number either.

EDIT: StankDawg was nice enough to pull me aside, and give me the old post data from before the forum database rebuild, so here's the other five numbers I posted with that low tone thing. Thanks, Stank!

 

415-274-0000 - This one seems to give three tones

925-823-0089 - This one hangs up after the two tones

775-747-0094

775-687-0094

405-297-9152

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508-747-9990    Answers with a click, 3 # DTMF tones, then silence. Hang up at 14 sec. 
508-747-9992    "All circuits are busy" From Verizon phone "We are unable to complete your call at this time" Sprint phone.
508-747-9998    6 DTMF (508747) Burst, click, term at 14 sec.
508-746-9911    Milliwatt?? It seems a bit higher.
508-746-9999    6 DTMF (508746) Burst, click, term at 14 sec.
508-224-9998    6 DTMF (508830) Burst, click, term at 14 sec.

There's a lot of ringouts on numbers that are one digit apart like a loop. Not sure what the deal is. These are all from a 5ESS.

Anyone have any idea what 747-9990 is? Or 746-9911?

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Also, 

212-650-7149 - City College of New York Recorded Message about how that number has been spoofed a bunch of times by telemarketing scammers. Said in the most blunt, frustrated tone. 

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