I want to talk to the guy in the suit.
I want to talk to the guy in the suit.
I don't know why, but this is the most intense feeling to fuck with people ever...
I don't have a payphone to call from though, so I'd get buttfucked by the police.
« Last post by nomadcowatbk on January 13, 2014, 11:05:42 AM »
Kansas City International (MCI), terminal C, outside secure area only rings once
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)
Terminal A, outside secure area near baggage claim
Terminal A, inside secure area
972 456 3701
Terminal D international Terminal, inside secure area
Terminal D, gate 40, near bridge to terminal C, inside secure area
Terminal C, near gates 1-10, inside secure area
Terminal C, near Admirals Club, inside secure area
Terminal C, near gates C7-C8, inside secure area
Right, so there is a game out there I think you guys would like. It was made in 2003 so you can use your Windows ME machine on it. Insted of me tryin gto explain everything I have a video for you guys. If you think it's cool, download Byond and it should be the top game in the games section. I also have a server that you can join if you want to try the game out without being called a 'noob' as the kids call it. And yes, there are telephones, horse masks, and much more.
Testing Server (Cactus [Ministaiton] 13)
« Last post by hamburger on January 11, 2014, 09:26:52 AM »
It'd be neat for you to scam a real PRI somehow. If you're hooked up on the phone company the right way you can put whatever you want for caller-id.
« Last post by rbcp on January 08, 2014, 03:38:10 PM »
Hello, Brad! (Get it? Because I'm the only one who uses these forums?) For over a week now I've been playing around with Asterisk stuff, but the really exciting stuff happened this morning when UPS delivered my Linksys phone adapters. I can now hook up 4 answering machines, or other archaic phone equipment, to my Asterisk box! So far I've got 2 machines hooked up to it and I'm going to visit a few thrift stores tonight to search for a couple more old machines.
The phone numbers to connect are 425-243-7565 and 505-796-5789. The 425 is a Google Voice line and it only allows 1 connection at a time. The 505 number is with Flowroute and it allows 2 connections. I'm paying around $8/month for Flowroute, so I'm hoping to find a better deal on that. At the very least, I'd like to accept a few more calls at a time on a single phone line. Or maybe I'll just hook up a dozen Google Voice lines, who knows.
Turns out that nobody has made a voice BBS for asterisk like I was hoping to set up. So it looks like I'm going to be attempting to put together my own FreePBX module. Hopefully I can get started on that soon.
Here is a picture of the answering machines and other miscellaneous crap I have hooked up right now. I also posted it on Twitter, in case you're a weirdo who hates Facebook.
« Last post by theevilmonkee on January 05, 2014, 03:43:54 PM »
You guys think it would work with a BaoFeng UV-5R+?I guess so, as long as it's able to transmit on the frequencies it lists (not just receive) and allows PL tones to be set.
Yesterday I finally got around to retrying this at Burger King. My friend pulled up to the speaker, I had him stall the drive thru person with stupid questions for 2 minutes straight while I (in the back seat) frantically tried all 40 PL tones. Unfortunately I never heard my voice come through.
Maybe I'm doing something wrong, or maybe it's my antenna, but I have yet to successfully pull this thing off...
« Last post by rbcp on January 02, 2014, 05:11:19 PM »
Nobody ever uses these forums anymore, but I'm bringing up this old thread anyway to share some news related to the wacky Asterisk idea from 6 years ago. I actually don't even remember setting up Asterisk in 2007 at all. I do remember setting one up in 2009 and had it working, but it was crashing daily, probably because it was a crappy old computer, so I gave up on it after a couple of weeks. I can't seem to find a thread related to that one. Anyway, my latest news...
I purchased a computer just for Asterisk! It's a 2010 Dell and it's been running the FreePBX version of Asterisk for over a week now with zero crashes so far. I've set up a Google Voice number that points to it, which is FREE instead of the $8/month I was paying for Flowroute before. I'm not sure if it allows simultaneous connections, but if it doesn't I can set up a few more of them. I've been playing around with it all week and I've got some IVR stuff working and it's taking calls and it's awesome.
Today I purchased a couple of Linksys VoIP phone adapters which, if all goes well, will give my Asterisk system 4 phone connections. I plan to use these to hook some old answering machines to for people to hack. I'm going to find the oldest, crappiest tape-based answering machines I can to hook up to it. If anyone has any ideas for other old phone equipment to connect to it, let me know.
I still plan to do the "voice BBS" thing. So far I haven't found an existing plugin for that, but I'm sure I can put one together myself. I'll be surprised if something like that isn't publicly available, though. I'm also hoping that it's possible to set up a red boxing section. I'm assuming Asterisk can recognize tones other than standard touch tones. Either way, I'm sure some cool things will happen from all this.
Please let me know if any of you have idea ideas for it. I will post the number as soon as I feel like it's ready, which SHOULD be next week after the Linksys stuff arrives.
You guys think it would work with a BaoFeng UV-5R+?
The reason I ask is because I can't find any of the Yaesu radios on Amazon, and I have $125 of credit on there.
I'm pretty new to ham radios and this sounds like fun, I'd love to learn more about them in general.
« Last post by siteweb on December 23, 2013, 09:44:24 PM »
I mean other domains hosted with that domain on the same host. Say their is a primary domain and other domains hosted under it on the same host.
Well, you can get the IP of the respective website and if you submit it in WhoisXY.com you can get the other websites hosted with it...I tried it for Google and it worked...