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PBX's and Switches

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AT&T/BOC Routing Codes
 The following is a list of routing codes used by AT&T and Bell Operating Companies (BOC) that you can blue box to. Most codes are used by dialing KP+NPA+XXX+ST where XXX= the code, except where noted. There are notes attached after this list. Codes marked with a ? are unfamiliar to us.
COSMOS Command Listing
 A listing of commands for COSMOS.
Centrex Renaissance by John D. Bray
 Old marketing article explaining what Centrex is and how it works.
Centrex Renaissance - The Regulations by Leslie Albin
 A follow-up article to the original "Centrex Renaissance" article.
Details of switching systems
Essence of teleconferencing
General info on computer controlled ROLM PBX
Hacking COSMOS by Someone Who HAS by P-80
 I have seen many philes written on COSMOS in which all they did was to Copy the information out of a COSMOS manual they found while trashing. This tutorial will have some information from the manual, but mainly was written using information of first-hand experience while on the system.
Hacking PBX's by The Duelist
 PBX's are usually pretty easy to find, most companies hide their PBX's behind answering machines, vmb's or some other kinda shit.
Hacking a PBX System
 A log file of someone hacking a PBX system.
How calls are routed thru Area Codes
How to get free calls the good old fashioned way
How to hack 950's
ITS guide to PBX hacking
Info about PBXs (Private Branch Exchange) - part 1
Info about PBXs (Private Branch Exchange) - part 2
Info about pbx's
Info about special AT&T 950
Info on ISDN/ESS5 Service
Info on hacking PBX's
Info on step lines
Locate PBX and determine the type of PBX
Motorola's trunk system
New 950 numbers for 93'
Over 100k of PBX lines for boxing
PBX Info
 This file is a personal continuation of the PBX entry in the MCI Telecommunications Glossary.
PBX entry in the MCI telecomm glossary
PBX listing [cDc]
Phone routings info
Quality info on hacking PBXes
SYS75 PBX Hacking
San Francisco Exchange/Switch List by Black Adder
 A list of exchanges and the switches that handle them in San Francisco.
Some numbers to hack
Switching system types
TAC Dialups
The Basics of Phreaking 950s by Type A' Maniac
 950s were a step towards the future bringing all the long distance companies into one dialup that could be accessed by all phones within the area.
The REAL Truth About Renaissance
The history of ESS
The revised 950 extender list for the East Bay
Tracing calls on 950 Numbers
Understanding PBX systems
Understanding PBX's
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