So, whats a good way to get elevator numbers, do you just scan numbers of a hotel or apt building and hope to get lucky? A lot of the elevator phones I see are just a two way intercom with no dialpad or headset.
If you go in the elevator room the #s or extensions are usually written by the terminals where the phone line is connected. It's typically just 1 line for each bank of elevators, the elevator phone manuals explain how the phones are wired together. Sometimes they'll write the number on the phone itself or the back of the little door it's behind. I've never seen a regular phone in anything but a freight elevator. You could reprogram the handsfree phone to dial an ANAC, then reprogram it to dial OTISline or 911, but I wouldn't recommend it. Another way you can get the # is to remove the 2 tamper head hex screws on the phone (like on a TNI, can be opened with a tiny flathead), and clip into the line to call an ANAC.http://www.electronicmicrosystems.com/instructions.html
Quote from: m0rdekai on April 08, 2010, 03:27:28 AMCareful Nod. He's just a very clever spambot. Your moms a spambot.
Careful Nod. He's just a very clever spambot.
This elevator has a modem in it! Call the number, hang up, and then call directly back. You will hear carrier tones. It's really weird.I dialed it with my computer and it spit out some jibberish one letter at a time slowly, and then disconnected me. Not sure what rate I need, but it's cool nonetheless. I've tried a few different settings but each one spits out the same (or similar) stuff. Anyone wanna play around with it? It'll go back to the normal elevator thing after you don't dial it for a while.
Why does there seem to be nobody in the Florida or Delaware elevators? Repeated statements such as "hello?" draw no response. I've been trying this for awhile now at many different times. Am I doing something wrong?
Quote from: Derek Xero on April 08, 2009, 12:30:18 PMWhy does there seem to be nobody in the Florida or Delaware elevators? Repeated statements such as "hello?" draw no response. I've been trying this for awhile now at many different times. Am I doing something wrong?The t-virus has infected most parts of Florida and all of Delaware. The two states have been sealed off by the National Guard and anybody found "unchanged" is burnt alive due to the possibility of them being a carrier. Like AT&T.