Attack of the Computer Virus, by Lee Dembart

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Security experts are afraid that sabateurs could
infect computers with a “virus” that would remain
latent for months or even years, and then cause
chaos.

Attack of the Computer Virus
——————————–

By Lee Dembart

Germ warfare-the deliberate release of deadly bacteria or viruses-is a
practice so abhorrent that it has long been outlawed by international treaty.
Yet computer scientists are confronting the possibility that something akin to
germ warfare could be used to disable their largest machines. In a
civilization ever more dependent on computers, the results could be disastrous
-the sudden shutdown of air traffic control systems, financial networks, or
factories, for example, or the wholesale destruction of government or business
records.

The warning has been raised by a University of Souther California reasercher
who first described the problem in September, before two conferences on
computer security. Research by graduate student Fred Cohen, 28, shows that it
is possible to write a type of computer program, whimsically called a virus,
that can infiltrate and attack a computer system in much the same way a real
virus infects a human being. Slipped into a computer by some clever sabateur,
the virus would spread throughout the system while remaining hidden from it’s
operators. Then, at some time months or years later, the virus would emerge
without warning to cripple or shut down any infected machine.

The possibility has computer security experts alarmed because, as Cohen
warns, the programming necessary to create the simplest forms of computer
virus is not particularly difficult. “Viral attacks appear to be easy to
develop in a short time,” he told a conference co-sponsored by the National
Bureau of Standards and the Department of Defense. “[They] can be designed to
leave few if any traces in most current systems, are effective against modern
security policies, and require only minimal expertise to implement.”

Computer viruses are aptly named; they share several insidious features with
biological viruses. Real viruses burrow into living cells and take over their
hosts’ machinery to make multiple copies of themselves. These copies escape to
infect other cells. Usually infected cells die. A computer virus is a tiny
computer program that “infects” other programs in much the same way. The virus
only occupies a few humdred bytes of memory; a typical mainframe program, by
contrast, takes up hunreds of thousands. Thus, when the virus is inserted into
an ordinary program, its presence goes unnoticed by computer operators or
technicians.

Then, each time the “host” program runs, the computer automatically ececutes
the instructions of the virus-just as if they were part of the main program. A
typical virus might contain the following instructions: “First, suspend
execution of the host program temporarily. Next, search the computer’s memory
for other likely host programs that have not been already infected. If one is
found, insert a copy of these instructions into it. Finally, return control
of the computer to the host program.”

The entire sequence of steps takes a half a second or less to complete, fast
enough so that no on will be aware that it has run. And each newly infected
host program helps spread the contagion each time it runs, so that eventually
every program in the machine is contaminated.

The virus continues to spread indefinately, even infecting other computers
whenever a contaminated program in transmitted to them. Then, on a particular
date or when certain pre-set conditions are met, the virus and all it’s clones
go on the attack. After that, each time an infected program is run, the virus
disrupts the computer’s operations by deleting files, scrambling the memory,
turning off the power, or making other mischief.

The sabateur need not be around to give the signal to attack. A disgruntled
employye who was afaid of getting fired, for example, might plot his revenge
in advance by adding an insruction to his virus that caused it to remain
dormant only so long as his personal password was listed in the system. Then,
says Cohen, “as soon as he was fired and the password was removed, nothing
would work any more.”

The fact that the virus remains hidden at first is what makes it so
dangerous. “Suppose your virus attacked by deleting files in the system,”
Cohen says. “If it started doing that right away, then as soon as your files
got infected they would start to disappear and you’d say ‘Hey, something’s
wrong here.’ You’d probably be able to identify whoever did it.” To avoid
early detection of the virus, a clever sabateur might add instructions to the
virus program that would cause it to check the date each time it ran, and
attack only if the date was identical -or later than- some date months or
years in the future. “Then,” says Cohen, “one day, everything would stop. Even
if they tried to replace the infected programs with programs that had been
stored on back-up tapes, the back-up copies wouldn’t work either – provided
the copies were made after the system was infected.

The idea of viruslike programs has been around since at least 1975, when the
science fiction writer John Brunner included one in his novel `The Shockwave
Rider’. Brunner’s “tapeworm” program ran loose through the computer network,
gobbling up computer memory in order to duplicate itself. “It can’t be
killed,” one charachter in the book exclaims in desperation. “It’s
indefinately self-perpetuating as long as the network exists.”

In 1980, John Shoch at the Xerox Palo Alto research center devised a
real-life program that did somewhat the same thing. Shoch’s creation, called a
worm, wriggled through a large computer system looking for machines that were
not being used and harnessing them to help solve a large problem. It could
take over an entire system. More recently, computer scientists have amused
themselves with a gladitorial combat, called Core War, that resembles a
controlled viral attack. Scientists put two programs in the same computer,
each designed to chase the other around the memory, trying to infect and kill
the rival.

Inspired by earlier efforts like these, Cohen took a security course last
year, and then set out to test whether viruses could actually do harm to a
computer system. He got permission to try his virus at USC on a VAX computer
with a Unix operating system, a combination used by many universities and
companies. (An operating system is the most basic level of programming in a
computer; all other programs use the operating system to accomplish basic
tasks like retrieving information from memory, or sending it to a screen.)

In five trial runs, the virus never took

What’s Hacking VAX Special – 7

Subject: What’s Hacking VAX Special – 7
From: David Lightman (Level 30) [A dude who wanted access]
To: ALL
Sent: 3/1/90 at 3:00 pm

FILENAME EXTENSIONS:
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Occasionally you will run across a BIG directory. This will
hopefully not happen until you read more on VAX on my WHAT’S
HACKING sub boards, but if it does, this list will hopefully help
you avoid making too big a mistake or wasting a lot of time.

ADA Ada compiler source code file
BAS BASIC compiler source code file
B32 BLISS-32 compiler source code file
C C compiler source code file
COB COBAL compiler source code file
FOR FORTRAN compiler source code file
MAR MACRO compiler source code file
PAS Pascal compiler source code file
PLI PL/I compiler source code file

CLD DCL command description file
COM DCL batch or command procedure file
DAT Data file
DIS Distribution file (as in mail)
DIR Directory file (as in a subdirectory)
EDT Command file for the EDT editing program
EXE Executable program
HLP Text for help libraries
JOU EDT editor journal when problems occur
LIS System listing file (as in TYPE, PRINT, & PHOTO)
LOG Batch job output file
MAI Mail message file
MEM DSR output file
OBJ Object code created by compiler before LINKing
RNO Source file for DSR
SIXEL Files for Sixel graphics
SYS System image file
TJL Journal created when the unusual occurs (DECNET a lot)
TMP Temporary file (sometimes valuable)
TPU Editor command file
TXT Text library input file (also MAIL output file)
UAF USER AUTHORIZATION FILE

I will comment extensively on UAF files if I decide to type up
another VAX tutorial.

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Downloaded From P-80 Systems 304-744-2253

Packet Networks I and other Tymnet Information by Digital Demon, 1990

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PACKET NETWORKS I

written and compiled
BY

THE DIGITAL-DEMON
(C) DEC. 29, 1990

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Well this phile started out is way as a plain informational text on tymnet. Well I figured not to long into the work that I might as well make it a general thing with just a the basics on tymnet. There are too many packet networks out there, but it is hard to find things just on one networks. So therefore this will be the first installment of a series on packet networks.

Included in this phile are dialups for local tymnet numbers. It is true that it is not necessary for everyone, but they are there just in case. This phile is meant for those novice to the networks, though the lists of nuas provided will be helpful for anyone in the field. Note that from TYMNET it requires special NUIs to access anything in the 3106 DNIC which is tymnet.

Many networks are not accessable from others do to refusing collect calls, non-supported by the network, or network congestion which happens a lot between systems that have few connections between them. If you have problems on anything within this phile please contact me on QSD and I will help you.

QSD for those that don’t know can be accessed by dialing 18002220555 (that is tymnet) entering an ‘a’ or an ‘o’ for terminal identifier (or one of the others presented within), for login type an NUI (in this case try ‘video’) and at the ‘;’ prompt type ‘208057040540’ from there you may see me on the system, if not, then write to ‘FED’ or ‘THANATOS’ in the mailing system.

CTR NUA NAME,UID,PW,REMARK
============================================================AUS 05052 28621000 ANGLO/AUSTRALIAN OBSERVATORY
AUS 05053 210003 MIDAS FOX TEST
CH 02284 64110115 DATA.STAR
CH 02284 6911003 NOS.CYBER,CIA0543,GUEST
CH 02284 79110650 KOMETH.TELEPAC
CH 02284 64110110 DATASTAR
CH ? 02284 68113150 MANAGEMENT JOINT TRUST
D 02624 5221040006 MEDICAL DOCS,COLOGNE
D 02624 5400030035
D 02624 5400030041
D 02624 5400030104
D 02624 5400030138
D 02624 5400030296 DFH2001I
D ? 02624 5400030519
D 02624 5400030566 DFH2001I
D 02624 5400090184 VAX
D 02624 5400091110 DT.MAILBOX
D 02624 5621040000 TELEBOX
D 02624 5621040025 OEVA
D ? 02624 5621040026 HOST
D 02624 5621040532
D 02624 5621040580 DYNAPAC MULTI-PAD.25
D 02624 5621040581 DYNAPAC MULTI-PAD.25
D 02624 5621040582
D 02624 5724740001 GERMAN CENTRE FOR TECH.
D 02624 5890040004 ACS.MUNICH
D 02624 5890040220 HOST
D 02624 5890040221 HOST
D 02624 5890040281 DATUS.PAD/PCX.PAD
D 02624 5890040510
D 02624 5890040522 PLESSEY.SEMICOND.VAX
F 02080 34020258
F 02080 91190258 LURE SYNCHROTRON SOURCE
GB 02342 12300120 D.I.SERV.
GB 02342 12301186
GB 02342 1300011
GB 02342 1440012
GB 02342 15710104
GB 02342 19200118 AUTONET
GB 02342 19200146
GB 02342 19200154
GB 02342 19200190 PERG.INFOLN.
GB 02342 19200203
GB 02342 19200222
GB 02342 19200300 UNI.LONDON
GB 02342 19200304
GB 02342 19200394 SIANET
GB 02342 19200871
GB 02342 19201002
GB 02342 1920100515 HOSTESS
GB 02342 1920100615
GB 02342 192010100513
GB 02342 1920101013
GB 02342 1920101030
GB 02342 19709111
GB 02342 206411411 UNI.ESSEX
GB 02342 20641141 UNI.ESSEX
GB 02342 22236236
GB 02342 2271511 —,GUEST,FRIEND (CALL PIP)
GB 02342 2790014302 ALCATEL
GB 02342 12080105
GB 02342 12300120 DIALOG VIA DIALNET IN LONDON
GB 02342 123002920
GB 02342 12301281 ONE TO ONE COMMS
GB 02342 13900101 ALVEY MAIL FACILITY
GB 02342 1390010150 ALVEY MAIL SYS FTP
GB 02342 19200100 UNI OF LONDON COMPUTING CENTRE
GB 02342 19200171
GB 02342 19200220 BRITISH LIBRARY ON-LINE SYSTEM
GB 02342 19200300 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON
GB 02342 19200394 COMPUTER SERVICES, LONDON
GB 02342 1920100513 BRITISH TELECOM SERVICES
GB 02342 1920100620 P. ON-LINE BILLING SERVICE
GB 02342 1920102517
GB 02342 20641141 UNI OF ESSEX FTP
GB 02342 2223616300 CARDIFF UNIVERSITY MULTICS
GB 02342 27200110 GEAC 8000 ITI
GB 02342 27200112 HEWLETT PACKARD LABS, BRISTOL
GB 02342 31300101 PRIME OFFICE, EDINBURGH
GB 02342 31300102 FORESTRY COMMISSION FTP
GB 02342 31300105 LATTICE LOGIC LTD
GB 02342 31300107
GB 02342 34417117 ICL BRACKNELL
GB 02342 41200107
GB 02342 4620010243 ICL WEST GORTON ‘B’ SERVICE
GB 02342 4620010248 ICL WEST GORTON ‘X’ SERVICE
GB 02342 4620010277 FTP FOR ICL WEST GORTON PERQ
GB 02342 4620010277 ICL WEST GORTON PERQ
GB 02342 46240240 ICL KIDSGROVE
GB 02342 53300124 LEICESTER
GB 02342 5820010604 AGRENET CPSE
GB 02342 60227227 UNI OF LEICESTER FTP
GB 02342 61600133 IBM – SALE
GB 02342 61600133 IBM SALE FTP
GB 02342 61643365 ICLBRA
GB 02342 6164336543 ICL WEST GORTON ‘B’ SERVICE
GB 02342 6164336548 ICL WEST GORTON ‘X’ SERVICE
GB 02342 6164336577 FTP FOR ICL WEST GORTON PERQ
GB 02342 6164336577 ICL WEST GORTON PERQ
GB 02342 64200136 PRIMENET
GB 02342 70712217 HATFIELD POLYTECHNIC
GB 02342 75312212 BRITISH OXYGEN
GB 02342 75312212 THE WORLD REPORTER
GB 02342 78228282 ICL LETCHWORTH
GB 02342 78228288 ICL LETCHWORTH
GB 02342 90468168
GB 02342 90840111 SCICON, SOUTH ENGLAND
GB 02342 93765265 BRITISH LIBRARY LENDING DIVI.
IRL 02724 31540002 EUROKOM (UNIV COLLEGE DUBLIN)
IRL 02724 3154000803 IRL.HEA.TCD.DEC20 (TOPS-20)
IRL 02724 3159000630
NL 02041 294002 DUPHAR WEESP,HOLLAND
SF 02442 03008 VAX 11/750 IN FINLAND
USA 03020 58700900 DATAPAC
USA 03020 60100010 UNI.ALBERTA
USA 03106 0050
USA 03106,DELPHI TYMNET
USA 03110 2020014275
USA 03110 20423
USA 03110 4150002000 D.I.SERV.
USA 03110 60300020 COL.DARTMOUTH
USA 03106 GATEWAYS
USA 03106 000000 Unknown
USA 03106 000023
USA 03106 000032
USA 03106 000034
USA 03106 000050 NLM MIS bsd unix
USA 03106 000060
USA 03106 000065
USA 03106 000066 BCS ** to be investigated **
USA 03106 000071
USA 03106 000081 COMPUTONE ** to be investigated **
USA 03106 000093
USA 03106 000096 REMOTE COMPUTING
USA 03106 000098 LOCKHEED DATAPLAN
USA 03106 000101 SIO
USA 03106 000113 1=LINK SYS
3=BANK OF USA,ABACIS,DIRECTOR)
USA 03106 000155
USA 03106 000173 TYMNET/CODAN NET. Inter-link
USA 03106 000179 LBL
USA 03106 000188
USA 03106 000210
USA 03106 000227
USA 03106 000241 HOST A,4 BAIFS BANK OF AMERICA
S,3 SFDCS1
USA 03106 000249
USA 03106 000280 HONEYWELL MPL
USA 03106 000289 ROSS SYSTEM (32,26,2,3,12,20,21)
7,5,17,18,47,51,A – unknown VAX systems
14,15 – RSTS ROSS SYSTEMS
9,43,44,45,48 – MICRO VMS VAX
USA 03106 000307 INFOMEDIA SERVICE CENTRE ONE
USA 03106 000315
USA 03106 000327
USA 03106 000331 (VM/370 system)
USA 03106 000377 MONSANTO AD RESEARCH PRODUCTION
APPLICATION NETWORK
USA 03106 000379
USA 03106 000401 TMCS PUBLIC NETWORK
USA 03106 000411 TYMNET/BOSTON/TNS-PK1 interlink
USA 03106 000423 CORPORATE COMPUTER SERVICES
USA 03106 000424 (link to 4 VM/370 systems)
USA 03106 000428 AAMNET
USA 03106 000439 MIS 2 (cierr 1402)
USA 03106 000463 SIGNETICS VM/370
USA 03106 000464
USA 03106 000496
USA 03106 000497 UBS COMPUTER SYSTEMS (host)
USA 03106 000498
USA 03106 000515 ONTYME II
USA 03106 000581
USA 03106 000585 C/C/M
USA 03106 000619 SPNB VM/370
USA 03106 000632 TYMNET/TRWNET inter-link
USA 03106 000633 PUBLIC TYMNET/TRWNET INTERLINK
USA 03106 000636 LINK TO TRAC SYSTEMS (over one 120 terminal)
USA 03106 000646
USA 03106 000664
USA 03106 000674
USA 03106 000685 MTS-A RESEARCH (HOST) 10 – TOPS-20,
12 – UNKNOWN
14 – UNKNOWN,
20 – MTS(C) TOPS-20
30 – MTS(F) TOPS-20,
32 – UNKNOWN
USA 03106 000704 TYMNET-CUP(704)/DUBB-NTS(4) inter-link
USA 03106 000715 TYMNET TEST system
USA 03106 000729 (VM/370 system)
USA 03106 000731
USA 03106 000742 LADC L66A
USA 03106 000755 CORPORATE COMPUTER SERVICES
USA 03106 000759
USA 03106 000760 DEC host Solar Cae/Cam
USA 03106 000761 DOJ host
USA 03106 000788 TYMNET-6754/McGRAWHILL inter-link
USA 03106 000793 J&J HOST
USA 03106 000798
USA 03106 000800 link to: CSG VAX, CYBER 815, SB1,
SB2, SB3, SCN-NET
USA 03106 000821
USA 03106 000832 ONTYME II
USA 03106 000842
USA 03106 000850 CISL SERVICE MACHINE
USA 03106 000859
USA 03106 000871
USA 03106 000898 P&W
USA 03106 000932
USA 03106 001010 DITYMNET01
USA 03106 001024
USA 03106 001030
USA 03106 001036 IBM1
USA 03106 001042 IDC/370
USA 03106 001043
USA 03106 001053 STRATEGIC INFORMATION
USA 03106 001056 SYNTEX TIMESHARING
USA 03106 001105 HOST SGNY 1 – VAX II PRODUCTIONS SYSTEM
3 – VAX II PRODUCTIONS SYSTEM
(tried to 5)
USA 03106 001110
USA 03106 001134 COMPUSERVE
USA 03106 001141 MESSAGE SERVICE SYSTEM (FOX)
USA 03106 001143
USA 03106 001152
USA 03106 001158 TYMNET USER SERVICE
USA 03106 001227 ACF2
USA 03106 001288
USA 03106 001304 ONTYME II
USA 03106 001309
USA 03106 001316
USA 03106 001320
USA 03106 001328
USA 03106 001330 MULTICS, HVN 862-3642
USA 03106 001341
USA 03106 001358
USA 03106 001361 THOMPSON COMPONENTS-MOSTEK CORPORATION
USA 03106 001383 HOST 1,A – TILLINGHAST BENEFITS T.SHAR.SYS.
2,C – TILLINGHAST INSURANCE T.SHAR.SYS.
4,D – OUTDIALS
6 – TILLINGHAST VAX 8600
(tried to 10,G)
USA 03106 001391 SOCAL
USA 03106 001399 C80
USA 03106 001400 TMCS PUBLIC NETWORK
USA 03106 001410 DATALYNX/3274 TERMINAL
USA 03106 001417
USA 03106 001434 (host system) – double digits
VM is active, tried to BZ
USA 03106 001438
USA 03106 001443
USA 03106 001467 STN INTERNATIONAL
USA 03106 001482 FNOC DDS
USA 03106 001483 ADR HEADQUARTERS
USA 03106 001487
USA 03106 001488 (cierr 1402)
USA 03106 001502 ARGON NATIONAL LAB
USA 03106 001508 IDC/370
USA 03106 001509
USA 03106 001514 (HOST) DC-10
USA 03106 001519
USA 03106 001533 SBS DATA CENTRE
USA 03106 001557
USA 03106 001560
USA 03106 001572 PRIMECON NETWORK (system 50)
USA 03106 001578
USA 03106 001589
USA 03106 001594 CON138
USA 03106 001611
USA 03106 001612 TYMNET-NEWARK/TSN-MRI inter-link
USA 03106 001616 TYMNET-5027/McGRAW HILL inter-link
USA 03106 001624
USA 03106 001642 Host, A – CORNELLA (system choices displayed)
USA 03106 001659 BYTE INFORMATIO EXCHANGE,GUEST,GUEST
USA 03106 001663 PEOPLE LINK
USA 03106 001665
USA 03106 001709
USA 03106 001715 TYMNET/BOFANET inter-link
USA 03106 001727
USA 03106 001757
USA 03106 001763
USA 03106 001765
USA 03106 001766 PRIMENET
USA 03106 001769 S.C. JOHNSON & SON R & D COMPUTER SYSTEMS
USA 03106 001789 HOST WYLBUR.N – CICS TWX A,C,D,G,H,P,R,S,V,Z
USA 03106 001799 (HOST) classes: 5 – VM/370, 20,23,26 UNKNOWN
(TRIED TO 32)
USA 03106 001807
USA 03106 001817 MITEL Host (no luck up to sys 20)
USA 03106 001819 TMCS PUBLIC NETWORK
USA 03106 001831 MULTICS
USA 03106 001842
USA 03106 001844
USA 03106 001851
USA 03106 001853
USA 03106 001854
USA 03106 001857
USA 03106 001864 SUNGARDS CENTRAL COMPUTER FACILITY NETWORKS
USA 03106 001873 MULTICS MR10.2I
USA 03106 001874
USA 03106 001880
USA 03106 001881
USA 03106 001892 PRIMENET (certain hours)
USA 03106 001897
USA 03106 001912
USA 03106 001977
USA 03106 002040
USA 03106 002041
USA 03106 002046 MITEL CORP IN KANATA
USA 03106 002050 TYMNET/BOFANET inter-link,ABACIS,SFDCS1
1 – link,
2 – SFDCS1,DIRECTOR,
3 – ABACIS,ABACIS
A – ABACIS 2
(note, Abacis may be used as
U/N for many systems on tymnet)
USA 03106 002060
USA 03106 002070
USA 03106 002086
USA 03106 002095 COMODEX ONLINE SYSTEM
USA 03106 002098 D & B,COMMANDO,DIRECTOR,FUCK
USA 03106 002099 D & B,COMMANDO,ASSASIN,SHIT
USA 03106 002100 D & B,COMMANDO,DIRECTOR,FUCK,RAIDER
USA 03106 002109 TYMNET/15B (inter-link)
USA 03106 002164 MITRE SYSTEM
USA 03106 002179
USA 03106 002188
USA 03106 002196
USA 03106 002200
USA 03106 002201
USA 03106 002212
USA 03106 002222
USA 03106 002286 Primenet TFGI
USA 03106 002299 CONSILIUM
USA 03106 002306
USA 03106 002314
USA 03106 002320
USA 03106 002329 MFE
USA 03106 002330
USA 03106 002384
USA 03106 002387 ** TO BE INVESTIGATED **
USA 03106 002391
USA 03106 002408
USA 03106 002418 UNC VAX
USA 03106 002443 DATAHUB
USA 03106 002445
USA 03106 002446
USA 03106 002453 PRIMENET
USA 03106 002470
USA 03106 002496 NOS SOFTWARE SYSTEM
USA 03106 002519
USA 03106 002537
USA 03106 002539 TYMNET/CIDN Inter-link
USA 03106 002545 CENTRE FOR SEISMIC STUDIES
USA 03106 002578 SEL
USA 03106 002580 ** to be investigated **
USA 03106 002584 (HOST)
USA 03106 002602 MULTICS
USA 03106 002603 MULTICS system M
USA 03106 002609 CON5
USA 03106 002614 HOST
USA 03106 002623 VAX/VMS,GUEST
USA 03106 002624 SUNEX-2060 TOPS-20
USA 03106 002632
USA 03106 002635 QUOTDIAL
USA 03106 002646
USA 03106 002657
USA 03106 002667
USA 03106 002677 THE TIMES
USA 03106 002694 PVM3101,SPDS/MTAM, MLCM,VM/SP,STRATUS-1,STRATUS-2
USA 03106 002700 ANALYTICS SYSTNE
USA 03106 002709 AUTONET
USA 03106 002713
USA 03106 002730
USA 03106 002732
USA 03106 002744
USA 03106 002765 MULTICS
USA 03106 002768 (cierr 1402)
USA 03106 002779 SCJ TIMESHARING
USA 03106 002790 VM/370
USA 03106 002800
USA 03106 002807 ISC
USA 03106 002824
USA 03106 002842
USA 03106 002843
USA 03106 002851 CHEM NETWORK DTSS
USA 03106 002864 RCA SEMICUSTOM
USA 03106 002871 (same as 5603)
USA 03106 002875 (cierr 1402) MTECH/COMMERCIAL SERVICES DIVISION
USA 03106 002889 ** to be investigated **
USA 03106 002901
USA 03106 002910 (CIERR 1402)
USA 03106 002921 CHRYSLER NETWORK
USA 03106 002971
USA 03106 002991 US MIS IS400
USA 03106 002995 VAIL VAX
USA 03106 002998 TYMNET/FIRN DATE NETWORK Inter-link
USA 03106 003002 MULTICS
USA 03106 003009
USA 03106 003028 DCOM class – 0
USA 03106 003030 DCOM class – 0 *investigate*
USA 03106 003036
USA 03106 003050 ATPCO FARE INFORMATION SYSTEM
USA 03106 003062 (Host) class 0,1 ** to be investigated **
USA 03106 003079 VM/370
USA 03106 003092 TYMNET/PROTECTED ACCESS SERVICE SYS. Inter-link
USA 03106 003168 VM/370
USA 03106 003214 VM/370
USA 03106 003220 VM/370
USA 03106 003221 VM/370
USA 03106 003248
USA 03106 003284 COMPUFLIGHT
USA 03106 003286 VAX
USA 03106 003295 TYMNET/PROTECTED ACCESS SERVICE SYSTEMS
Inter-link,ABACIS
USA 03106 003297 TYMNET/PROTECTED ACCESS SERVICE SYSTENS
Inter-link,ABACIS
USA 03106 003310
USA 03106 003321
USA 03106 003356
USA 03106 003365
USA 03106 003373 IOCSQ
USA 03106 003394 (HOST WYN) 1 – VM/370,
2 – VM/370,
3 – IKJ53020A,
5 – VM/370
6 – NARDAC – NARDAC
USA 03106 003420
USA 03106 003443 ** TO BE INVESTIGATED **
USA 03106 003520
USA 03106 003527
USA 03106 003529 (CIERR 1402)
USA 03106 003534
USA 03106 003564 (CIERR 1402)
USA 03106 003568 OAK TREE SYSTEMS LTD
USA 03106 003572 NORTH AMERICA DATA CENTRE
USA 03106 003579
USA 03106 003604 VM/370
USA 03106 003605
USA 03106 003623
USA 03106 003797
USA 03106 003828 TYMNET/AKNET Inter-link
USA 03106 003831
USA 03106 003846 (same as 5603)
USA 03106 003879 (CIERR 1402)
USA 03106 003882 BEKINS COMPANY MUS/XA ACF/VTAM NETWORK
USA 03106 003946
USA 03106 003973 FORD -ELECTRICAL ELECTRONIC DIRECTORY
USA 03106 003994 FORD -ELECTRICAL ELECTRONIC DIRECTORY
USA 03106 004007
USA 03106 004016
USA 03106 004028 MDS-870
USA 03106 004041 RCA GLOBCOM’S PACKET SWITCHING SERICE
USA 03106 004092
USA 03106 004125
USA 03106 004129 —,ABACIS
USA 03106 004131 —,ABACIS
USA 03106 004137 TSO, VM/370
USA 03106 004173
USA 03106 004174 VM/370
USA 03106 004202
USA 03106 004206 MAINSTREAMS
USA 03106 004210
USA 03106 004288
USA 03106 004296
USA 03106 004341 (HOST) 2 – VM/370, T – VM/370, 1,3,4,A,C,E,Z
USA 03106 004350 AEC ** TO BE INVESTIGATED **
USA 03106 004365 NATIONAL LIB.OF MEDICINE’S TOXIC.DATA NETWORK
USA 03106 004389 BUG BUSTING MACHINE OF NYN
USA 03106 004468 BETINS COQ,6R5u(VACF/VTAM NETWORK
USA 03106 004472 ROLM CBX DATA-SWITCHING
USA 03106 004499 MRCA
USA 03106 004514 US MISS (IS400)
USA 03106 004530 (Host) active centre AA, ** investigate ! **
USA 03106 004541 (Host)
USA 03106 004545 HMN
USA 03106 004555 #2 CASTER BACKUP
USA 03106 004562
USA 03106 004573
USA 03106 004579
USA 03106 004580 TSO
USA 03106 004619
USA 03106 004645
USA 03106 004702 PRIMENET
USA 03106 004706 (Host)
USA 03106 004726 NALCOCS DEC-10
USA 03106 004743 TYMNET INFO SERVICE
USA 03106 004755 STORE DEVELOPMENT MACHINE
USA 03106 004759 (Host)
USA 03106 004791 MIS GROUP/CAD DIVISION/COMPUTERLAND CORP.
USA 03106 004828 VTAM007
USA 03106 004865 GAB BUSINESS SERVICES
USA 03106 004869
USA 03106 004898
USA 03106 004946
USA 03106 004949
USA 03106 004956 (Host) 0 – Vax,
1 – KL1,
2 – KL,
3 – IBM,
8 – VAX 2,
11 – PC1-130
USA 03106 004957 NEC SEMI-CUSTOM DESIGN CENTRE
USA 03106 005018 (Host)
USA 03106 005034 (cierr 1402)
USA 03106 005058
USA 03106 005062 UIS SUPPB=MQDIRNET
USA 03106 005080
USA 03106 005082 COMPAQ
USA 03106 005107
USA 03106 005119 (Host)
USA 03106 005124 OPERATIONAL INFO SYSTEM VAX
USA 03106 005136 ** to be investogated **
USA 03106 005224 (Host)
USA 03106 005229 UNI.OF PENCILVANIA SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCE
USA 03106 005267 CHANEL 01
USA 03106 005320 (Host) US DIGMAL COMPUTER SERVICES
USA 03106 005433
USA 03106 005438
USA 03106 005453
USA 03106 005463 VM/370
USA 03106 005528 STRATUS/32
USA 03106 005531 STRATUS/32
USA 03106 005539 VA II/730
USA 03106 005564 STRATUS/32
USA 03106 005566 Host sys A,1 – 3M TRAC SERVICE system ALICE
B,2 – 3M TRAC SERVICE system BAMBI
3 – 3M TRAC SERVICE system CHIP
4 – 3M TRAC SERVICE system DALE
5 – 3M TRAC SERVICE system ELLIOT
6 – 3M TRAC SERVICE system FLOWER
12,7 – 3M TRAC SERVICE system GRUMPY
8 – TRAC CLUSTER VIRGO, SYSTEM HAPPY
9 – TRAC CLUSTER VIRGO, SYSTEM ISABEL
10 – TRAC CLUSTER VIRGO, SYSTEM JUMBO
11 – TRAC CLUSTER VIRGO, SYSTEM KANGA
13 – VAX
18 – DIGITAL ETHERNET
28 – unknown
31 – CIERR 1402
32 – CIERR 1402
33 – CIERR 1402
34 – CIERR 1402
35 – CIERR 1402
36 – unknown
37 – CIERR 1402
38 – unknown
40 – CPU-STP-A
41 – CIERR 1402
43 – UNKNOWN
44 – ATLAS VAX
45 – FAXON INFO SERVICE
46 – ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS
LABORATORY VASX II/750
47,48,49 – unknown
52 – SERC COMPUTER RESOURCES VAX
53 – unknown
54 – SERC COMPUTER RESOURCES VAX
55 – BDS UNIX
81,61 – TRAC CLUSTER LIBRA system LADY
62 – TRAC CLUSTER LIBRA system MICKEY
63 – TRAC CLUSTER GEMINI system NEMO
64 – TRAC CLUSTER GEMINI system OWL
65 – TRAC CLUSTER LIBRA system PLUTO
67 – TRAC CLUSTER GEMINI system QUASAR
68 – unknown
70 – TRAC TIMESHARING VAX
71 – TRAC TIMESHARING VAX
72 – TRACE TIMESHARING VAX
73 – DIGITAL ETHERNET TERMINAL SERVER
74 – TRAC TIMESHARING VAX
76 – TRAC TIMESHARING VAX
81 – TRAC TIMESHARING VAX
USA 03106 005569 STRATUS/32
USA 03106 005571 STRATUS/32
USA 03106 005603 (Host) systems 1,2,3,4,5,C (5=Outdial)
USA 03106 005622
USA 03106 005683 TECHNICAL SUPPORT PRODUCTIONS
USA 03106 005697
USA 03106 005702 AUTH
USA 03106 005704 SPOOL
USA 03106 005705
USA 03106 005706
USA 03106 005707
USA 03106 005708 IFPSE
USA 03106 005709 IFPSE
USA 03106 005711 IFXMP
USA 03106 005712
USA 03106 005725 PRIMENET
USA 03106 005744 (Cierr 1402)
USA 03106 005755 Host system, active links = A,B,C,E,F,H,G,I,
J,K,L,M,O,P,Q,R,
S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z
USA 03106 005758 SEI/MUS SYSTEM
USA 03106 005805
USA 03106 005818 CORPORATE MANAGEMENT INFO SYSTEMS
USA 03106 005846 (Host)
USA 03106 005897
USA 03106 005903
USA 03106 005941
USA 03106 005969 PLESSEY SEMICONDUCTORS-IRVINE
USA 03106 005984 CREDIT AGRICOLE-USA
USA 03106 006019 PRIMENET
USA 03106 006046
USA 03106 006093 NALCO CHEMICAL COMPANY NETWORK
USA 03106 006121 CORPORATE MANAGEMENT INFO SERVICE
USA 03106 006187
USA 03106 006190 CLEVELAND
USA 03106 006191
USA 03106 006227
USA 03106 006251
USA 03106 006281 EDCS
USA 03106 006283 EDCS
USA 03106 006296
USA 03106 006432 EASYLINK
USA 03106 006434 EASYLINK
USA 03106 006440
USA 03106 006590 US CENTRA SERVICE
USA 03106 006597
USA 03106 006686
USA 03106 006722 INTERNATIONAL NETWORK
USA 03106 006828
USA 03106 006832 A&A DATANET (SYSTEMS 1,8,0,14)
USA 03106 006833 (GO AWAY)
USA 03106 006834
USA 03106 006835 TOC
USA 03106 006867 DATABILITY TIMESHARING SYSTEM II
USA 03106 006994
USA 03106 007028
USA 03106 007103
USA 03106 007177
USA 03106 007272 (CIERR 1402)
USA 03106 007351 PRIMENET
USA 03106 007352 PRIMENET
USA 03106 007377
USA 03106 007596 (Host) A – VM/370, B – VM/370
USA 03106 007640

NAME NUA
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Us Telemail |031102020014 | |KKCHUNG |520dlk79 |
Uni Brighton |023427050015 | |GUEST |WELCOME |
Sysnet Wien |023224221142 |MAI |Gast |Gast |
|023424126010604 |,5020015 |Birch/Bryan|
Mehlbox HAM | 45400090184 | |Mike |Datexp |
E C H O | 0270448112 | |UK85041D |KS97516E |
B I X |031060057878 | |Rupert |———–|
E X C O N |022849911102001 |Call 130 |EX |
|023422351919169 |,49000001 |Mehlbox/User
Emery ADO | 03106907626 | |CICS4^D |CICS4 |
Netztest AU | 05053210001 | | | |
The Source |0311030100038| |Jinatari |Subscribe |
The Source |0311030100038| |Josh1 |ST861229 |
Delphi |0311061703088| |————|———–|
Nuclear Res. | 03110500061 | | | |
Datapac | 030292100086| |————|———–|
Dallas | 0310600787 | |————|———–|
A M P |023422020010700 |Use Demo Account |
Canada |0302067100901| |————|———–| Telenet |0311020200141| |Telemailintl|Intl Phones|
Sharp Comp. |0234219200203| | | | College LON |0234219200333| | | |
Brit. TELECOM |023421920101030 |,TSTB | |
Database |023422351911198 |,DAADA | | Space Research|0234290524242| | | |
Brit. Oxig. |0234293212212| |,BOC | |
C E R N |022846811405 | | | |
B B D A |02062221006 | | | |
Dialne |0234212300120| | | |
Euclid LON |0234219200333| | | |
T S T B |023421920101030 | | |
U C L |0234219200300| | | |
|03106001977 | | | |
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Software, South Africa………………………0655011101207
RUB Univ. of Bochum…………………………….026245234040194
ALTHH Altos Computer Systems Hamburg, West Germany…..026245400050233
ALTGER Altos Computer Systems Munich, West Germany……026245890040004
TCHH Teletex & Computer Hamburg, West Germany………026245400050570
OIS Markt & Technik Munich, West Germany………….026245890010006
RMI RMI Datentechnik Aachen, West Germany…………026245241090832

At all Systems, except RUB, u may login as “guest”.

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302091600122 Primenet
302091600120 OD
302091600123
302091600127
311061700313
302067100901
302058700900 ^All above ODs
234212303101 Unix
26800401032811 Vax
302060100010 UCS
31104150002000 Dialog Info
208076020367 MCOM Int’l
208057040540 QSD
3110321001600 ???
31102020014275 ???

Try to hack these TymNet accounts:

monitor
operator
tape
telephone
outdial
paper
t.lloy03
come

Name NUA
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RMT 26245441090832
2680040103281
03421920018
TCHH 26245400050570
262454890010006
222620021
20807602036797
UNIX system 26245241093062
UNIX system 23421330248
UNIX system 234212303101
UNIX SYSTEM 655012101361
Devel NET 311051300059
2740119910000
VAX SYSTEm 02222280173
VAX SYSTEM 0222 26500016
Portugal BBS system 268005229048
Telecom Gold 023421920100474
Washington Post 310600584401
Lutzifer 26245400080177
VSFLA 311090400158
Interet 311020100019
2222280173 login:guest
Lisbon University 26800401032811
[3020 60501245 Wallace & Carey Ltd System [Vax]
[3020] 80100062 PRIMENET 21.0.1 OTTAWA [Prime]
[3020] 62600146 University of Calgary [Cyber 630]
[3020] 64100016 TMPL-KAMLOOPS MV/2000 [AOS/VS
[3106] 004174 HOST [VM/SP]
[3106] 005034 : [HP-3000]
[3020] 62600057 SunOS [Unix]
[3020] 85801264 pad login:

These are Dialcom regional office phone numbers:

New York NY (212) 947-7995 Manager Virginia Marshalek
Houston/San Francisco (713) 690-6311
Chigaco (312) 694-2536
Washington DC (301) 770-4280

Their Telex (or as they call it XMAIL) service is pretty nifty. It offers both telelex and TWX links as well as hardcopy services via Mailgramme and cablegramme. Also each XMAIL user has a unique Telex address and not a common address with your user code having to be entered in the first line of the text. (Any one out there know of any other telex service which offers users an individual
unique telex number )

Here are some of ther NUA’s: DNIC is 3106
System 50 301 222
System 51 301 240
System 52 301 243
System 57 301 241
I believe however that they have simplified matters and that you can know use 301 3xx – where xx is the system number ( I have not tried this)
Also you can access them through any Telenet or Tymenet dial-up number in the USA. For Telenet when you get to the prompt type C and the system NUA e.g. ‘C 301 222’ for system 50. On Tymenet at the ‘PLEASE LOG IN: prompt you type in ‘DIALCOM;xx’ where xx is the system number.
For people in New York NY or Washington DC areas they also have their own dial in network.

COUNTRY NETWORK DNIC
——- ——- —-
ANDORA ANDORPAC 2945
ANTIGUA AGANET 3443
ARGENTINA ARPAC 7220
ARPAC 7222
AUSTRIA DATEX-P 2322
DATEX-P TTX 2323
RA 2329
AUSTRALIA AUSTPAC 5052
OTC DATA ACCESS 5053
AUSTPAC 5054
BAHAMAS BATELCO 3640
BAHRAIN BAHNET 4263
BARBADOS IDAS 3423
BELGIUM DCS 2062
DCS 2068
DCS 2069
BERMUDA BERMUDANET 3503
BRAZIL INTERDATA 7240
RENPAC 7241
RENPAC 7248
RENPAC 7249
CAMEROON CAMPAC 6242
CANADA DATAPAC 3020
GLOBEDAT 3025
INFOGRAM 3028
INFOSWITCH 3029
CAYMAN ISLANDS IDAS 3463
CHAD CHAD 6222
CHANNEL IS PSS 2342
CHILE ENTEL 7302
CHILE-PAC 7303
VTRNET 7305
ENTEL 7300
CHINA PTELCOM 4600
COLOMBIA COLDAPAQ 7322
COSTA RICA RACSAPAC 7120
RACSAPAC 7122
RACSAPAC 7128
RACSAPAC 7129
CURACAU UDTS 3400
CYPRUS CYTAPAC 2802
CYTAPAC 2807
CYTAPAC 2808
CYTAPAC 2809
DENMARK DATAPAK 2382
DATAPAK 2383
DJIBOUTI STIPAC 6382
DOMINICAN REP. UDTS-I 3701
EGYPT ARENTO 6020
FINLAND DATAPAK 2441
DATAPAK 2442
DIGIPAK 2443
FRANCE TRANSPAC 2080
NTI 2081
TRANSPAC 2089
TRANSPAC 9330
TRANSPAC 9331
TRANSPAC 9332
TRANSPAC 9333
TRANSPAC 9334
TRANSPAC 9335
TRANSPAC 9336
TRANSPAC 9337
TRANSPAC 9338
TRANSPAC 9339
FR ANTILLIES TRANSPAC 2080
FR GUIANA TRANSPAC 2080
DOMPAC 7420
FR POLYNESIA TOMPAC 5470
GABON GABONPAC 6282
GERMANY F.R. DATEX-P 2624
DATEX-C 2627
GREECE HELPAK 2022
HELLASPAC 2023
GREENLAND KANUPAX 2901
GUADELOUPE DOMPAC 3400
GUAM LSDS-RCA 5350
PACNET 5351
GUATEMALA GUATEL 7040
GUATEL 7043
HONDURAS HONDUTEL 7080
HONDUTEL 7082
HONDUTEL 7089
HONG KONG INTELPAK 4542
DATAPAK 4545
INET HK 4546
HUNGARY DATEX-P 2160
DATEX-P 2161
ICELAND ICEPAK 2740
INDIA GPSS 4042
INDONESIA SKDP 5101
IRELAND EIRPAC 2721
EIRPAC 2724
ISRAEL ISRANET 4251
ITALY DARDO 2222
ITAPAC 2227
IVORY COAST SYTRANPAC 6122
JAMAICA JAMINTEL 3380
JAPAN GLOBALNET 4400
DDX 4401
NIS-NET 4406
VENUS-P 4408
VENUS-P 9955
VENUS-C 4409
KOREA REP DACOM-NET 4501
DNS 4503
KUWAIT BAHNET 4263
LEBANON SODETEL 4155
LUXEMBOURG LUXPAC 2704
LUXPAC 2709
MACAU MACAUPAC 4550
MALAYSIA MAYPAC 5021
MARTININQUE DOMPAC 3400
MAURITIUS MAURIDATA 6170
MEXICO TELEPAC 3340
MOROCCO MOROCCO 6040
NETHERLANDS DATANET-1 2040
DATANET-1 2041
DABAS 2044
DATANET-1 2049
N. MARIANAS PACNET 5351
NEW CALEDONIA TOMPAC 5460
NEW ZEALAND PACNET 5301
NIGER NIGERPAC 6142
NORWAY DATAPAC TTX 2421
DATAPAK 2422
DATAPAC 2423
PANAMA INTELPAQ 7141
INTELPAQ 7142
PERU DICOTEL 7160
PHILIPPINES CAPWIRE 5150
CAPWIRE 5151
PGC 5152
GMCR 5154
ETPI 5156
PORTUGAL TELEPAC 2680
SABD 2682
PUERTO RICO UDTS 3300
UDTS 3301
QATAR DOHPAC 4271
REUNION (FR) TRANSPAC 2080
DOMPAC 6470
RWANDA RWANDA 6352
SAN MARINO X-NET 2922
SAUDI ARABIA ALWASEED 4201
SENEGAL SENPAC 6081
SINGAPORE TELEPAC 5252
TELEPAC 5258
ITELPAK 4542
SOUTH AFRICA SAPONET 6550
SAPONET 6551
SAPONET 6559
SOUTH KOREA DACOM-NET 4501
SPAIN TIDA 2141
IBERPAC 2145
SWEDEN DATAPAK TTX 2401
DATAPAK-1 2402
DATAPAK-2 2403
TELEPAK 2405
SWITZERLAND TELEPAC 2284
TELEPAC 2289
TAIWAN PACNET 4872
PACNET 4873
UDAS 4877
THAILAND THAIPAC 5200
IDAR 5201
TOGOLESE REP. TOGOPAC 6152
TORTOLA IDAS 3483
TRINIDAD DATANETT 3745
TEXTET 3740
TUNISIA RED25 6050
TURKEY TURPAC 2862
TURPAC 2863
TURKS&CAICOS IDAS 3763
U ARAB EMIRATES EMDAN 4241
EMDAN 4243
TEDAS 4310
URUGUAY URUPAC 7482
URUPAC 7489
USSR IASNET 2502
U.S. VIRGIN I UDTS 3320
U. KINGDOM IPSS-BTI 2341
PSS-BT 2342
MERCURY 2350
MERCURY 2351
HULL 2352
USA AUTONET 3126
COMPUSERVE 3132
FTCC 3124
ITT/UDTS 3103/310
MARKET 3136
RCA/LSDS 3113
TELENET 3110/312
TRT-DTAPAK 3119
TYMNET 3106
UNINET 3125
WUI-DBS 3104
WUTCO 3101
YUGOSLAVIA YUGOPAC 2201
ZIMBABWE ZIMNET 6482
——————————————————————
McDonell Douglas Information Systems Company
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
89-191
ST.LOUIS, July 31, 1989 — McDonnell Douglas Corporation today announced that it will sell two of its information systems businesses and that it intends to convert its Information Systems International unit into a publuic company headquartered in the United Kingdom.
McDonnell Douglas has reached a prelimibnary agreement to sell its Network Systems Business which includes the Tymnet public data network, to British Telecom for $355 million. The acquisition is conditional on a full due diligence and regulatory clearances.
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the commands at the ‘please log in:’ prompt are: (in summary)
^R – flow control the host (e.g. bix) with xon/xoff
^X – allow host to flow control you with xon/xoff
^H – set half duplex (turn local echo on)
^P – set even parity
– ignore the garbage I just typed and give me another ‘please log in:’

The host computer can and usually does reset/set these parameters depending on how the host interface is configured. After the ‘please log in:’ point the user cannot change these settings. If you entered a BS (^H) accidently causing double echoing and bix doesn’t reset it
then your only choice is to hangup and try it again.
The other terminal types are primarily for terminals that require line-feed/carriage return delay.

Terminal Identifiers
——————–
A ASCII 300baud and up CRT’s, PC’s
B ASCII 150baud All terminals
C ASCII 300baud Impact printers
D ASCII 100baud All terminals
E ASCII 300baud Thermal printers ( TI Silent 700)
F ASCII 150 in/300 out BETA terminals
G ASCII 300,1200 Belt printers, G.E. Terminet
I ASCII 1200baud Matrix printers
P EBCD/Correspondence 147.5baud Selectric-type terminals (2741)
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DTE originated means that either the host that you were connected to or the local PAD cleared the call. The message usually tells you which by indicating either “local” or “remote” with the message.

cxx is the reason code for the clear, while dxx is the diagnostic code. If it is a dte originated clear then the reason code will always be the same. CCITT only allows DCEs (the Network) to generate meaningful reason codes.

The functions of an X.25 PAD(Packet Assembler/Disassembler) are to take the data from one protocol (async, SNA, Bisync, etc.) ond format it so that it can be placed onto an X.25 network.

The command interface used to configure a port on an Async PAD only by the user is called X.28. The parameters that you would be changing are called X.3 parameters. Before you can use the X.28 commands you need to know the escape character to enable you to talk to the PAD and not the destination. Not all ports have an escape character
enabled, for obvious reasons. Once you are talking to the PAD the two main commands that are used in X.28 is PAR and SET.

PAR is used to display the value of the 18-22 X.3 parameters, depending on whether your PAD is 1980 or 1984 compatible. SET is used to change the parameter value. This command is followed by the paramer number a
colon and then the new value.
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TYMNET CLEARING CAUSE AND DIAGNOSTIC CODES
——————————————
Note: All Cause and diagnostic values are specified in decimal.

Cause Diagnostic Explanation
—– ———- —————————————–
00 — DTE originated;
Any Diagnostic is DTE provided.
01 — Number busy;
129 An ‘out of ports’ condition occurred.
03 — Invalid facility request;
65 Call set-up problem, facility code not allowed.
66 Call set-up problem, facility parameter not allowed.
05 — Network congestion;
20 Packet type invalid for state p1 [ready]
21 Packet type invalid for state p2 [STE-X call request]
22 Packet type invalid for state p3 [STE-Y call request]
23 Packet type invalid for state p4 [data transfer]
24 Packet type invalid for state p5 [call collision]
25 Packet type invalid for state p6 [STE-X clear request]
26 Packet type invalid for state p7 [STE-Y clear request]
33 Packet not allowed; unidentifiable packet
38 Packet not allowed; packet too short
39 Packet not allowed; packet too long
41 Logical channel non-zero in restart/restart confirm.
49 Timer expired for incoming call
50 Timer expired for clearing indication
51 Timer expired for reset indication
64 Call set-up problem (incorrect facility/utility field)
67 Call set-up problem, invalid called address
68 Call set-up problem, invalid calling address
128 Internal malfunction
129 The network supervisor sent ‘circuits busy’ message
130 The network supervisor sent ‘try again later’
131 The network supervisor sent ‘bad mud’
133 The network supervisor sent ‘no host specified’
134 The network supervisor sent ‘mud error’
135 Calling address does not match CHKCLG sysgen statement
138 Login error. TKSUP sysgen option not specified
139 The network supervisor sent ‘error, type username’
140 Received clear before getting normal circuit complete
141 Circuit timeout before sending call accept
142 Login timeout
143 INFOSWITCH login timeout
145 Utility length missing^L^L
05 — Network congestion (continued);
146 Non-CCITT protocol identifier
147 Call user data in call accept without fast select
148 Internal problem; illegal dialect message
150 The Q-bit was set on a non-data packet
151 Call user data field too long
152 Data lost in network
153 Login failure; node unable to complete request
154 Login failure; format error
155 Login failure; bad username
156 Login failure; bad mud
157 Login failure; system unavailable
158 Login failure; downline load or dial-out failure
159 Login failure; timeout
160 Login failure; access not permitted
161 Login failure; out of origination ports
162 Login failure; try ggain later
163-168 Login failure; unknown reason
169 Non-DSP call to DSP host
170 Invalid dialect level response
171 DSP call to non-DSP host
172 Buffer capacity exceeded
174 Error in received clear request packet
175 Invalid dialect message
176 Unimplemented dialect message
178 DNIC received in RPOA facility matches our DNIC
179 Unknown DNIC specified i RPOA facility
180 Illegal call accept dialect message
181 Illegal national utility/facility in call request
184 Duplicated utility/facility
185 Requested packet size not acceptable in negotiation
186 Requested packet window not acceptable in negotiation
188 Missing call identifier utility in call request
190 Call request received on an assigned logical channel
191 XOM shut
192 NNo available internal ports
09 — Out of order;
129 The network supervisor sent ‘host shut’ message
130 The network supervisor sent ‘host down’ message^L^L
11 — Access barred
129 The network supervisor sent ‘access not permitted’
130 The network supervisor sent ‘please see your rep.’
182 Outgoing calls barred within closed user group
183 Incoming calls barred within closed user group
13 — Not obtainable
129 The network supervisor sent ‘host not available’
130 The network supervisor sent ‘bad host’
17 — Remote procedure error;
17 Packet type invalid for state r1 [packet level ready]
18 Packet type invalid for state r2/r3 [STE-X/Y restart]
33 Packet not allowed; unidentifiable packet
41 Logical channel non-zero in restart/restart confirm.
52 Timer expired for restart indication
33 — Incompatible destination
40 Invalid GFI; D-bit not implemented
41 — Fast select acceptance not subscribed
65 Invalid facility request^L^L
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[How does it all work?] Rather larger question. First, packets switchs are not identical. They have different internal implementations, different sets of external interfaces and different sets of external protocols. Their implementations of the external protocols may also vary. (Gives you a nice, warm feeling, doesn’t it.) In general,
packets networks receive (or generator) packets of data at the edge of the network which they then transport to the desired destination. The facilities (links between packet nodes) of the network are shared among all the users thus sharing the costs of the facilities. The two most popluar ways of getting data into a packets network are: async; and
X.25.

Async: Characters are received using start/stop delimiting. These characters are gathered into a packet and the packet is forwarded to the destination when it is full, certain character have been encountered or after a specified delay. This function is called a PAD (Packet ssembler/Disassembler) and is specified in the X.3 and X.29 standards of the CCITT. The packet network normally charges a premium to perform
the PAD function since it consumes CPU resources. Async lines support one connection.

X.25: X.25 is a synchronous protocol (ie. the interface must provide both the data and the clock for sampling the data at the appropriate time). Data is gathered into packets by the user and then transmitted to the packet network. X.25 provides a method of multiplexing multiple connections on one physical line (up to 4095, however, most packets networks only support a small subset). (I know, this is the condensed Reader’s Digest version, but a full explanation of X.25 would take too long for me to write.)

The hardware interface that you would see may depend on the speed of interface you require and the distance between you and the packet network. If you are not close to the node (say in the same building), the normal method of connection would be via modems. Some of the “standard” interfaces include RS232 (V.24), V.35 and RS449 (RS422/RS423). RS232 is only specified to 19200 bits/s and 50 feet.
Many people push RS232 well beyond its spec. (and have some problems with it. I wouldn’t go beyond 64K bps and only then with with VERY short cables, say 1-3 feet). The V.35 spec doesn’t go above 48K bps but with a proper cable I have run 300-500K bps. I have seen T1 (1.544M bps) on V.35, but, you need a well shielded, short cable. The RS-449 spec
contains a speed/length graph (which I don’t have at home). I beleive that it can be run up to 1M bps over a reasonable distance (say 50 feet).

For what you are doing (Unix BBS), you need to find a match between the external interfaces and protocols supported by your Unix box and the packet network. What kind of bandwidth are you looking for (per connection and over all)? What hardware interfaces does your box support? Does your box support X.25 or just async?

As an example, I have a Sun 3/60 at my desk with a 19.2K bps X.25 connection to a packet network. I run an X.29 PAD on the Sun. It can support a total of about 50-60 connections (a Unix socket limitation with BSD 4.03). The line has both incoming and outgoing call capabilities. On incoming calls, I can provide different actions based on the calling address, called address and protocol id bytes of the call. I can provide a Unix login prompt if I desire or I can drop the user directly into an application (eg. a BBS).

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Info on acquiring and using a demo nui
and making one valid.
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200000 UN:USA.DEMO)
BELGIUM (C:BELGIUM,PUB:RTT,O:ASSOCIATES, 02062223344 UN:DEMO.X400)
CANADA (C:CANADA,PUB:TELECOM.CANADA, 0302089400900 O:TELECOM.SPE, ID:SALES.DEMO)
CHILE (C:CHILE,PUB:TOMMAIL,O:CORRESPONSALES, 0730520000450 UN:TELENET)
HONG KONG (C:HONGKONG, PUB:INET.HK, 0454610100500 O:TELENET.HONGKONG, UN:SALES.DEMO)
ITALY (C:ITALY,PUB:MASTER4OOT,O:TELEO, 022222600331 UN:BBERNSTEIN)
JAPAN (C:JAPAN,PUB:ATI,O:DEMO,UN:SALES.REPS) 0440020098810
MALAYSIA (C:MALAYSIA, PUB:STM.TELEMAIL, O:STM, 0502113205290 UN:SALES.DEMO)
MEXICO NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME
NORWAY NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME
SWEDEN (C:SWEDEN,PUB:TBXSPA,O:EXTERNAL, 02402001325 UN:SWEDEMAIL)
TAIWAN (C:ROC,PUB:PIPMAIL,O:PIP,UN:TELEMAIL) 0487220250
U.A.E. NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME
UK (C:GB,PUB:TMAILUK,O:CCI,UN:TM.DEMO) 0234212300187
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DEMO PROCEDURES

Compose a message in your mailbox on the SprintMail USA system and in the “TO:” field of the envelope enter the appropriate “INT’L DEMO MAILBOX X.400 ADDRESS” listed above, including the parentheses. When complete, type “Y” at the “Send?” prompt. If desired, you can use the delivery receipt feature (DEL) to receive a confirmation-of-delivery
message back to your mailbox. An example of the “TO:” field of the envelope for a message sent to SprintMail Ltd. UK is shown below:

TO: (C:GB,PUB:TMAILUK,O:CCI,UN:TM.DEMO) (DEL)
Once you have typed “Y” followed by a carriage return, the message will be sent to the demo mailbox on the overseas messaging system via the international interconnection.

To retrieve the message and verify delivery for the customer, you will need to connect to the overseas messaging system via SprintNet and directly access the demo mailbox. To do this, first type “BYE” to disconnect from SprintMail. You will then receive the SprintNet ” prompt on your PC/terminal. After SprintNet gives an ” prompt you will need to enter your SprintNet NUI (ID/Password account).
Type “ID”, skip a space, and then enter your PDN ID code followed by a carriage return. Next the SprintNet will prompt you for “PASSWORD=”. Enter your password followed by a carriage return.

NOTE: IF YOU DO NOT ALREADY HAVE A U.S. SPRINT NUI FOR DEMO PURPOSES, PLEASE COMPLETE A U.S. SPRINT “USER ID ORDER FORM” AND MAIL IT TO:
Order Entry Department
U.S. Sprint Communication Corporation
12490 Sunrise Valley Drive
Reston, VA 22096
MAIL SLOT OP212B

The top of the form should be filled out as follows:
Customer Name = US Sprint
Master Agreement No. = (LEAVE BLANK)
Customer Number = (LEAVE BLANK)
Sales Office Log No. = (LEAVE BLANK)
Customer Admin. = Office Administrator
Admin. Phone No. = Office Phone Number

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Fill in the body of the form as necessary and put “For Internal US Sprint Use” in the comments section. The form must be signed by your branch manager for approval.
After you have correctly entered your NUI(ID/Password), the SprintNet will again prompt you with an “. At thispoint, type “C”, skip a space, and then enter the “OVERSEAS MESSAGING SYSTEM NETWORK ADDRESS” provided above followed by a carriage return. For example, to connect to the SprintMail messaging host in UK you would type the following at the SprintNet ” prompt:
C 0234212300187
Please note that all the international network X.121
addresses shown on the list above ALREADY have been
proceeded by a 0 (zero), which is the SprintNet terminal
handler for formatting the X.121 address.
SprintNet will respond with a “CONNECTED” notice,
after which you will receive the “User name?” prompt from
the overseas messaging system. Enter the appropriate user
name from the table above, followed by a carriage return. The name after “UN:” is the user name. In the case of the UK, the user name would be “TM.DEMO”. Next you will be prompted for “Password?”. Enter the correct demo mailbox password followed by a carriage return.
NOTE: TO OBTAIN THE APPROPRIATE PASSWORD FOR A DEMO MAILBOX, PLEASE SEND A REQUEST ON SPRINTMAIL TO SALES.SUPPORT. PASSWORDS WILL BE PROVIDED ONLY ON AN AS NEEDED BASIS. IN YOUR MESSAGE,PLEASE INDICATE THE NAME OF THE CUSTOMER THE DEMO IS FOR AND THE DESIRED DEMO DATE.
You are now using the demo mailbox on the overseas messaging system. The Scan table will show the message you previously sent from the SprintMail USA system. Use the READ command to show the customer the contents of the message and verify delivery.
If you wish to demo the service in the reverse direction, type “Compose” at the “Command?” prompt and address a message to your mailbox or the customer’s mailbox. In the “TO:” field of the envelope you must follow the X.400
addressing format, as follows:
TO: (C:USA,PUB:SPRINTMAIL,O:XXXXXXX,UN:YYYYYY)

where XXXXXXX is the Organization name
and YYYYYYY is the User name
At the “Command?” prompt type “BYE” followed by a carriage return to disconnect from the overseas messaging system.

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*[TYMNET]*
TYMNET ACCESS SORTED BY NODE NUMBER 10/17/1990

NODE CITY STATE DEN ACCESS NUMBER
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02377 ST. PAUL/MINN MINNESOTA HIGH 612/338-0845
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02414 DENVER COLORADO HIGH 303/830-9210
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02425 # PHOENIX ARIZONA HIGH 602/258-0554
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02544 BETHESDA MARYLAND HIGH 703/691-8200
02544 FAIRFAX VIRGINIA HIGH 703/691-8200
02544 WASHINGTON D.C. HIGH 703/691-8200
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02545 ARLINGTON/FAIRFAX VIRGINIA HIGH 703/691-8200
02545 BETHESDA MARYLAND HIGH 703/691-8200
02545 FAIRFAX VIRGINIA HIGH 703/691-8200
02545 WASHINGTON D.C. HIGH 703/691-8200
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03322 PONCE PUERTO RICO INTL 800/462-4213
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03344 # FLINT/BURTON MICHIGAN LOW 313/743-8350
03356 WATERBURY CONNECTICUT LOW 203/755-5994
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03401 CHERRY HILL/PENNS NEW JERSEY LOW 609/665-5600
03401 PENNSAUKEN NEW JERSEY LOW 609/665-5600
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03410 CANOGA PARK/SHRM CALIFORNIA MED 818/789-9002
03410 SAN FERNANDO/SHM CALIFORNIA MED 818/789-9002
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03443 # DALLAS TEXAS HIGH 214/630-5516
03453 BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA HIGH 205/942-0297
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03456 ST. PETERSBRG/CLR FLORIDA MED 813/441-9017
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03471 # FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA LOW 602/774-3857
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03515 # PENSACOLA FLORIDA LOW 904/477-3344
03516 # KALAMAZOO MICHIGAN MED 616/388-2130
03521 # POCATELLO IDAHO LOW 208/233-2501
03522 STOCKTON CALIFORNIA LOW 209/467-0601
03523 + AUSTIN TEXAS LOW 512/448-4611
03530 # DETROIT MICHIGAN HIGH 313/963-3460
03532 DES MOINES IOWA MED 515/277-7752
03533 # BINGHAMPTON NEW YORK LOW 607/724-4351
03543 COLUMBUS OHIO HIGH 614/221-1862
03545 # MONTGOMERY ALABAMA LOW 205/265-4570
03546 MOBILE ALABAMA MED 205/343-8414
03547 # ENID OKLAHOMA LOW 405/242-0113
03566 TOLEDO OHIO MED 419/255-7790
03572 # INDEPENDENCE MISSOURI HIGH 913/384-5012
03572 # KANSAS CITY/MISSI MISSOURI HIGH 913/384-5012
03572 # KANSAS CITY/MISSI KANSAS HIGH 913/384-5012
03572 # MISSION KANSAS HIGH 913/384-5012
03572 # SHAWNEE/MISSION KANSAS HIGH 913/384-5012
03603 # COLORADO SPRINGS COLORADO MED 719/590-1003
03606 # BOYNTN BCH/WPALM FLORIDA MED 407/471-9310
03606 # WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA MED 407/471-9310
03607 # SAVANNAH GEORGIA LOW 912/232-6751
03614 # MANKATO MINNESOTA LOW 507/387-7313
03615 # MEMPHIS TENNESSEE MED 901/527-8122
03623 # ERIE PENNSYLVANIA LOW 814/456-8501
03624 RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA LOW 919/829-0536
03625 # MIAMI FLORIDA HIGH 305/599-2964
03630 # IDAHO FALLS IDAHO LOW 208/522-3624
03634 GREENVILLE SOUTH CAROLINA MED 803/271-9213
03643 HARRISBURG/LEMOYN PENNSYLVANIA MED 717/763-6481
03643 LEMOYNE PENNSYLVANIA MED 717/763-6481
03651 # GREEN BAY WISCONSIN LOW 414/432-3064
03652 # TRENTON NEW JERSEY LOW 609/394-1900
03653 # FT. WAYNE INDIANA LOW 219/422-2581
03654 # SOUTHFIELD MICHIGAN MED 313/424-8024
03656 # EVANSVILLE INDIANA LOW 812/464-8181
03657 # BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA LOW 805/325-0371
03661 # CHARLESTON WEST VIRGINIA LOW 304/345-9575
03662 # ALLENTOWN/BETHLEH PENNSYLVANIA MED 215/865-6978
03662 # BETHLEHEM PENNSYLVANIA MED 215/865-6978
03663 MESA/PHOENIX ARIZONA HIGH 602/258-4528
03663 PHOENIX ARIZONA HIGH 602/258-4528
03666 LANSING MICHIGAN MED 517/482-5721
03673 # CARSON CITY NEVADA MED 702/885-8411
03673 # RENO/CARSON CITY NEVADA MED 702/885-8411 03675 # WORCESTER MASSACHUSETTS LOW 508/791-9000
03677 # JOPLIN MISSOURI LOW 417/781-8718
03703 HEMPSTEAD NEW YORK MED 516/485-7422
03703 MINEOLA/HEMPSTEAD NEW YORK MED 516/485-7422
03704 NIAGARA FALLS NEW YORK LOW 716/285-2561
03705 ALBANY NEW YORK MED 518/458-8300
03705 SCHENECTADY/ALBAN NEW YORK MED 518/458-8300
03706 SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/974-1300
03720 # WINSTON-SALEM NORTH CAROLINA MED 919/765-1221
03725 LOS ALTOS/SAN JOS CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-0804
03725 SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-0804
03725 SANTA CLARA/SAN J CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-0804
03725 SUNNYVALE/SAN JOS CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-0804
03726 # BILLINGS MONTANA LOW 406/252-4880
03731 # SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA LOW 318/688-5840
03737 + CLEARWATER FLORIDA MED 813/443-4515
03774 # PORT ANGELES WASHINGTON LOW 206/452-6800
03775 # NEWARK OHIO LOW 614/345-8953
04000 LONGWOOD/ORLANDO FLORIDA MED 407/841-0020
04000 ORLANDO FLORIDA MED 407/841-0020
04004 BELLEVUE/SEATTLE WASHINGTON HIGH 206/285-0109
04004 SEATTLE WASHINGTON HIGH 206/285-0109
04014 PLEASANTON CALIFORNIA LOW 415/462-2101
04020 # TACOMA WASHINGTON LOW 206/572-2026
04025 MORRISTOWN NEW JERSEY LOW 201/539-1222
04027 # KINGSTON MASSACHUSETTS LOW 617/585-7616
04040 # NEW LONDON CONNECTICUT LOW 203/444-7030
04040 # NORWICH/NEW LONDO CONNECTICUT LOW 203/444-7030
04044 DANBURY CONNECTICUT LOW 203/797-9539
04045 HUNTINGTON/MELVIL NEW YORK MED 516/420-1221
04045 MELVILLE NEW YORK MED 516/420-1221
04046 + COLTON CALIFORNIA MED 714/872-0394
04061 # TACOMA WASHINGTON LOW 206/572-2026
04063 + CLEVELAND OHIO LOW 216/696-0545
04064 # TAMPA FLORIDA MED 813/933-6210
04073 # PINE BLUFF ARKANSAS LOW 501/535-2629
04074 # STEUBENVILLE/WNTS OHIO LOW 614/266-2170
04074 # WINTERSVILLE OHIO LOW 614/266-2170
04075 # ALEXANDRIA/FAIRFA VIRGINIA HIGH 703/352-3136
04075 # ARLINGTON/FAIRFAX VIRGINIA HIGH 703/352-3136
04075 # BETHESDA MARYLAND HIGH 703/352-3136
04075 # FAIRFAX VIRGINIA HIGH 703/352-3136
04075 # WASHINGTON D.C. HIGH 703/352-3136
04076 # FAIRFAX VIRGINIA HIGH 703/352-3136
04100 TAMPA FLORIDA MED 813/932-7070
04107 # FRESNO CALIFORNIA LOW 209/442-4328
04111 # MISSOULA MONTANA LOW 406/721-8960
04114 # CEDAR FALLS IOWA LOW 319/236-9020
04114 # WATERLOO IOWA LOW 319/236-9020
04117 # GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN MED 616/459-2304
04121 # ROANOKE VIRGINIA LOW 703/344-2762
04122 # MANCHESTER NEW HAMPSHIRE LOW 603/623-0409
04126 RAHWAY NEW JERSEY LOW 201/396-8550
04142 # LONGWOOD/ORLANDO FLORIDA MED 407/841-0217
04142 # ORLANDO FLORIDA MED 407/841-0217
04153 # SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA LOW 707/527-6180
04154 # OXNARD/PRT HUENE CALIFORNIA MED 805/985-7843
04154 # PORT HUENEME CALIFORNIA MED 805/985-7843
04154 # VENTURA/HUENEME CALIFORNIA MED 805/985-7843
04157 # TUCSON ARIZONA MED 602/297-2239
04161 # ELKHART INDIANA LOW 219/293-8860
04164 # LAKELAND FLORIDA LOW 813/858-6970
04164 # WINTERHAVEN/LAKEL FLORIDA LOW 813/858-6970
04165 LAKELAND FLORIDA LOW 813/858-6970
04165 WINTERHAVEN/LAKEL FLORIDA LOW 813/858-6970
04166 # TRENTON NEW JERSEY LOW 609/394-1900
04175 ALAMEDA/OAKLAND CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/430-2900
04175 BERKELEY/OAKLAND CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/430-2900
04175 HAYWARD/OAKLAND CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/430-2900
04175 OAKLAND CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/430-2900
04212 ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO MED 505/242-8344
04220 # PORTLAND MAINE LOW 207/775-5971
04222 # YOUNGSTOWN OHIO LOW 216/759-8892
04223 PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA HIGH 215/592-8309
04225 # BENTON HARBOR MICHIGAN LOW 616/925-3134
04225 # ST. JOE/BENTON HR MICHIGAN LOW 616/925-3134
04232 # HUNTINGTON/MELVIL NEW YORK MED 516/420-4579
04232 # MELVILLE NEW YORK MED 516/420-4579
04236 # ANAHEIM/NEWPRT BE CALIFORNIA HIGH 714/852-8141
04236 # IRVINE/NEWPORT BE CALIFORNIA HIGH 714/852-8141
04236 # NEWPORT BEACH CALIFORNIA HIGH 714/852-8141
04236 # SANTA ANA/NEWPRT CALIFORNIA HIGH 714/852-8141
04252 # SPRINGFIELD OHIO LOW 513/325-0511
04253 # BOISE IDAHO LOW 208/345-5951
04255 # SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA LOW 805/549-0770 04257 MEMPHIS TENNESSEE MED 901/527-8006
04262 # ESCONDIDO/VISTA CALIFORNIA MED 619/941-6700
04262 # VISTA CALIFORNIA MED 619/941-6700
04263 # COVINA/DIAMOND CALIFORNIA MED 714/860-0057
04263 # DIAMOND BAR CALIFORNIA MED 714/860-0057
04263 # ONTARIO/DIAMOND CALIFORNIA MED 714/860-0057
04263 # POMONA/DIAMOND B CALIFORNIA MED 714/860-0057
04263 # W.COVINA/DIAMOND CALIFORNIA MED 714/860-0057
04277 ARLINGTON/FORT WO TEXAS MED 817/877-3630
04277 FORT WORTH TEXAS MED 817/877-3630
04304 # BLOOMFIELD CONNECTICUT HIGH 203/242-1986
04304 # HARTFORD/BLOOMFLD CONNECTICUT HIGH 203/242-1986
04305 # DECATUR ILLINOIS LOW 217/425-8864
04311 SPRINGFIELD ILLINOIS MED 217/525-8025
04313 NORFOLK VIRGINIA MED 804/855-7751
04313 PORTSMOUTH/NORFOL VIRGINIA MED 804/855-7751
04313 VIRGINIA BCH/NORF VIRGINIA MED 804/855-7751
04316 MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA HIGH 612/333-2799
04316 ST. PAUL/MINNEAPO MINNESOTA HIGH 612/333-2799
04321 # MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA HIGH 612/332-4024 04321 # ST PAUL/MINNEAPO MINNESOTA HIGH 612/332-4024
04325 # HEMPSTEAD NEW YORK MED 516/481-0150
04327 # SALEM OREGON LOW 503/370-4314
04330 # LUBBOCK TEXAS LOW 806/797-0765
04334 # NASHVILLE TENNESSEE HIGH 615/889-5790
04340 # BROWNSVILLE TEXAS LOW 512/548-1331
04346 ALEXANDRIA/FAIRF VIRGINIA HIGH 703/691-8200
04346 ARLINGTON/FAIRFA VIRGINIA HIGH 703/691-8200
04346 BETHESDA VIRGINIA HIGH 703/691-8200
04346 FAIRFAX VIRGINIA HIGH 703/691-8200
04346 WASHINGTON D.C. HIGH 703/691-8200
04351 # ATLANTIC CITY NEW JERSEY LOW 609/345-4050
04353 # BEVERLY HILLS/SH CALIFORNIA MED 818/789-9557
04353 # CANOGA PARK/SHRM CALIFORNIA MED 818/789-9557
04353 # SAN FERNANDO/SHR CALIFORNIA MED 818/789-9557
04353 # SHERMAN OAKS CALIFORNIA MED 818/789-9557
04353 # VAN NUYS/SHERMAN CALIFORNIA MED 818/789-9557
04353 # WEST L.A./SHRMN O CALIFORNIA MED 818/789-9557
04354 # PASCAGOULA MISSISSIPPI LOW 601/769-0121
04360 SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA HIGH 619/296-3370
04363 # LAWRENCE KANSAS LOW 913/843-4870
04372 # NORRISTOWN PENNSYLVANIA WATS 800/###-####
04375 CONCORD NEW HAMPSHIRE LOW 603/228-4732
04406 ITHACA NEW YORK LOW 607/257-6601
04411 # BELMONT/REDWOOD C CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/361-8701
04411 # PALO ALTO/REDWD C CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/361-8701
04411 # REDWOOD CITY CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/361-8701
04415 # BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA HIGH 205/942-7898
04423 # CORPUS CHRISTI TEXAS MED 512/887-9621
04425 # MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA HIGH 612/332-4024
04425 # ST PAUL/MINNEAPOL MINNESOTA HIGH 612/332-4024
04430 NEWARK/WILMINGTON DELAWARE MED 302/652-2060
04430 WILMINGTON DELAWARE MED 302/652-2060
04440 # AUSTIN TEXAS HIGH 512/448-1096
04443 # COLUMBUS GEORGIA LOW 404/327-0597
04444 # COLUMBUS OHIO HIGH 614/221-1612
04447 # SALT LAKE UTAH HIGH 801/533-8152
04453 BELLEVUE/SEATTLE WASHINGTON HIGH 206/283-3677
04453 SEATTLE WASHINGTON HIGH 206/283-3677
04455 # DETROIT MICHIGAN HIGH 313/963-3460
04464 # SCRANTON PENNSYLVANIA LOW 717/348-0765
04466 # TEMPLE TEXAS LOW 817/773-0982
04467 # FREELAND MICHIGAN LOW 517/695-6751
04467 # MIDLAND/FREELAND MICHIGAN LOW 517/695-6751
04467 # SAGINAW/FREELAND MICHIGAN LOW 517/695-6751
04475 # SPRINGFIELD ILLINOIS MED 217/544-0312
04501 DETROIT MICHIGAN HIGH 313/962-2870
04504 # BURLINGAME/SO. S. CALIFORNIA LOW 415/588-3043
04504 # SAN MATEO/SOUTH S CALIFORNIA LOW 415/588-3043
04504 # SOUTH S.F. CALIFORNIA LOW 415/588-3043
04515 NEW YORK NEW YORK HIGH 212/943-4700
04516 NEW YORK NEW YORK HIGH 212/943-4700
04525 + COLUMBUS OHIO HIGH 614/224-0422
04530 CLEVELAND OHIO HIGH 216/241-0024
04542 # PLYMOUTH MICHIGAN MED 313/451-2400
04556 CONCORD/WALNUT C CALIFORNIA LOW 415/935-0370
04556 PACHECO/WALNUT CR CALIFORNIA LOW 415/935-0370
04556 PLEASNTHILL/WALNT CALIFORNIA LOW 415/935-0370
04556 WALNUT CREEK CALIFORNIA LOW 415/935-0370
04603 BELMONT/REDWOOD CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/366-1092
04603 PALO ALTO/REDWD CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/366-1092
04603 REDWOOD CITY CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/366-1092
04621 # JACKSON MISSISSIPPI LOW 601/355-9741
04650 INDEPENDENCE/MISS MISSOURI HIGH 913/384-1226
04650 KANSAS CITY/MISSI MISSOURI HIGH 913/384-1226
04650 KANSAS CITY/MISSI KANSAS HIGH 913/384-1226
04650 MISSION KANSAS HIGH 913/384-1226
04650 SHAWNEE/MISSION KANSAS HIGH 913/384-1226
04653 + MISSION KANSAS HIGH 913/384-0071
04653 + SHAWNEE/MISSION KANSAS HIGH 913/384-0071
04666 PITTSBURGH PENNSYLVANIA HIGH 412/642-6778
04667 # PITTSBURGH PENNSYLVANIA HIGH 412/642-2015
04671 # CLEVELAND OHIO HIGH 216/861-6709
04672 SYRACUSE NEW YORK MED 315/437-7111
04703 # BROOKFIELD WISCONSIN HIGH 414/785-0630
04703 # MILWAUKEE/BROOKF WISCONSIN HIGH 414/785-0630
04706 # BELLEVUE/SEATTLE WASHINGTON HIGH 206/281-7141
04706 # SEATTLE WASHINGTON HIGH 206/281-7141
04713 BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/330-5107
04713 CAMBRIDGE/BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/330-5107
04722 # REDDING CALIFORNIA LOW 916/241-4820
04751 # FARGO NORTH DAKOTA LOW 701/280-0210
04755 EL SEGUNDO CALIFORNIA MED 213/643-2907
04755 MAR VISTA/EL SEGU CALIFORNIA MED 213/643-2907
04755 MARINADELREY/EL S CALIFORNIA MED 213/643-2907
04755 SANTA MONICA/EL S CALIFORNIA MED 213/643-2907
04757 # WINDSOR ONTARIO CANL 519/977-7256
04764 BRIDGETON/HAZELWD MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-8002
04764 HAZELWOOD MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-8002
04764 ST. LOUIS/HAZELWO MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-8002
04765 # BRIDGETON/HAZELWO MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-8283
04765 # HAZELWOOD MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-8283
04765 # ST LOUIS/HAZELWOO MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-8283
04770 # OSHKOSH WISCONSIN LOW 414/235-7473
04771 # JACKSON TENNESSEE LOW 901/423-1244
05013 # RAPID CITY SOUTH DAKOTA LOW 605/341-4007
05017 # HELENA MONTANA LOW 406/443-0112
05021 # SIOUX CITY IOWA LOW 712/255-3834
05043 # JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA MED 904/721-8559
05044 # COLUMBIA MISSOURI LOW 314/874-2771
05046 # UPLAND CALIFORNIA LOW 714/985-1153
05063 # TRAVERSE CITY MICHIGAN LOW 616/947-0050
05100 # CINCINNATI OHIO HIGH 513/530-9021
05104 # BURLINGTON VERMONT LOW 802/864-5714
05147 # GULFPORT MISSISSIPPI LOW 601/868-2331
05151 # TWIN FALLS IDAHO LOW 208/734-0221
05206 WHITE PLAINS NEW YORK HIGH 914/328-7730
05211 # EATONTOWN/RED BAN NEW JERSEY LOW 201/758-0337
05211 # LONG BRANCH/RED B NEW JERSEY LOW 201/758-0337
05211 # RED BANK NEW JERSEY LOW 201/758-0337
05221 # FLORENCE ALABAMA LOW 205/760-0030
05241 INGLEWOOD/VERNON CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-0030
05241 LOS ANGELES/VERNO CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-0030
05241 VERNON CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-0030
05242 INGLEWOOD/VERNON CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-0030
05242 LOS ANGELES/VERNO CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-0030
05242 VERNON CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-0030
05253 # CLARKESVILLE TENNESSEE LOW 615/645-8877
05256 # DURHAM NEW HAMPSHIRE LOW 603/868-1502
05260 SPOKANE WASHINGTON MED 509/624-1549
05264 # ROCKY MOUNT NORTH CAROLINA LOW 919/937-4828
05275 # ALEXANDRIA LOUISIANA LOW 318/445-2694
05276 # LAKE CHARLES LOUISIANA LOW 318/494-1991
05277 # PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA HIGH 215/592-8750
05302 # VICKSBURG MISSISSIPPI LOW 601/638-1551
05304 # FORT PIERCE FLORIDA LOW 407/466-5661
05307 # PEORIA ILLINOIS LOW 309/637-5961
05325 # COLTON/RIVERSIDE CALIFORNIA MED 714/422-0222
05325 # RIVERSIDE CALIFORNIA MED 714/422-0222
05325 # SAN BERNADINO/RIV CALIFORNIA MED 714/422-0222
05341 # ALAMEDA/OAKLAND CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/633-1896
05341 # BERKELEY/OAKLAND CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/633-1896
05341 # HAYWARD/OAKLAND CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/633-1896
05341 # OAKLAND CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/633-1896
05350 # ANTIOCH CALIFORNIA LOW 415/754-8222
05362 # CONCORD/WALNUT CR CALIFORNIA MED 415/935-1507
05362 # PACHECO/WALNUT CR CALIFORNIA MED 415/935-1507
05362 # PLEASNTHILL/WALNT CALIFORNIA MED 415/935-1507
05362 # WALNUT CREEK CALIFORNIA MED 415/935-1507
05365 # WAUSAU WISCONSIN LOW 715/848-6171
05366 PONTIAC MICHIGAN LOW 313/338-8384
05373 # NEW YORK NEW YORK HIGH 212/809-9660
05415 # WICHITA FALLS TEXAS LOW 817/723-2386
05431 # OPELIKA ALABAMA LOW 205/742-9040
05437 # BLOOMINGTON ILLINOIS LOW 309/827-2748
05441 WICHITA KANSAS MED 316/681-0832
05443 # WICHITA KANSAS MED 316/681-2719
05456 # PATERSON NEW JERSEY MED 201/742-0752
05456 # RIDGEWOOD/PATERSO NEW JERSEY MED 201/742-0752
05456 # WAYNE/PATERSON NEW JERSEY MED 201/742-0752
05464 BROCKTON/RANDOLPH MASSACHUSETTS LOW 617/986-0500
05464 RANDOLPH MASSACHUSETTS LOW 617/986-0500
05500 # AURORA/DENVER COLORADO HIGH 303/832-3447
05500 # BOULDER/DENVER COLORADO HIGH 303/832-3447
05500 # DENVER COLORADO HIGH 303/832-3447
05502 # JEFFERSON CITY MISSOURI LOW 314/634-8296
05503 # MCALLEN TEXAS LOW 512/631-6101
05504 # COEUR D’ALENE IDAHO LOW 208/765-1465
05514 # LONGVIEW WASHINGTON LOW 206/423-9072
05520 # LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY MED 502/499-9825
05523 NASHVILLE TENNESSEE HIGH 615/885-3530
05524 # PAWTUCKET/PROVDEN RHODE ISLAND HIGH 401/274-7380
05524 # PROVIDENCE RHODE ISLAND HIGH 401/274-7380
05524 # WARWICK/PROVIDENC RHODE ISLAND HIGH 401/274-7380
05526 # ALTOONA PENNSYLVANIA LOW 814/943-5848
05531 OCALA FLORIDA LOW 904/351-0305
05537 # COATESVILLE PENNSYLVANIA LOW 215/383-0440
05537 # DOWNINGTON/COATSV PENNSYLVANIA LOW 215/383-0440
05544 BROOKFIELD WISCONSIN HIGH 414/796-1087
05550 # BREMERTON WASHINGTON LOW 206/377-2792
05551 # LAKE BLUFF ILLINOIS LOW 708/295-7075
05551 # LIBRTYVLE/LAKE BL ILLINOIS LOW 708/295-7075 05552 # LAKE BLUFF ILLINOIS LOW 708/295-7075
05552 # LIBRTYVLE/LAKE BL ILLINOIS LOW 708/295-7075
05553 # BALTIMORE MARYLAND HIGH 301/528-9296
05554 # BALTIMORE MARYLAND HIGH 301/528-9296
05603 # YUMA ARIZONA LOW 602/343-9000
05605 ROCKFORD ILLINOIS MED 815/654-1900
05626 GALVESTON TEXAS LOW 409/762-8053
05626 TEXAS CITY/GALVES TEXAS LOW 409/762-8053
05627 # ELIZABETH/NEWARK NEW JERSEY HIGH 201/824-3044
05627 # JERSEY CITY/NEWRK NEW JERSEY HIGH 201/824-3044
05627 # NEWARK NEW JERSEY HIGH 201/824-3044
05627 # UNION/NEWARK NEW JERSEY HIGH 210/824-3044
05646 # SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA HIGH 619/296-8747
05650 # CENTEREACH/LK GRV NEW YORK MED 516/471-6080
05650 # LAKE GROVE NEW YORK MED 516/471-6080
05650 # RONKONKOMA/LK GRV NEW YORK MED 516/471-6080
05671 # AMES IOWA LOW 515/232-0157
05672 + INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA HIGH 317/687-0305
05710 # SIOUX FALLS SOUTH DAKOTA LOW 605/334-0085
05715 # BRIDGETON/HAZELWO MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-8283 05715 # HAZELWOOD MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-8283
05715 # ST LOUIS/HAZELWD MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-8283
05716 # MANHATTAN KANSAS LOW 913/776-9803
05717 BRIDGETON/HAZELWD MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-0703
05717 HAZELWOOD MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-0703
05717 ST. LOUIS/HAZELWD MISSOURI HIGH 314/731-0703
05733 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA LOW 904/335-0544
05734 # BRYAN TEXAS LOW 409/823-1090
05734 # CLG STATN/BRYAN TEXAS LOW 409/823-1090
05763 # PHOENIX ARIZONA HIGH 602/258-0554
05763 # PHOENIX ARIZONA HIGH 602/258-0554
05773 # TORONTO ONTARIO CANH 416/365-7630
05774 # LEXINGTON KENTUCKY MED 606/266-7063
06003 # TORONTO ONTARIO CANH 416/365-7630
06014 ROSEVILLE MICHIGAN LOW 313/774-1000
06022 # SANTA MARIA CALIFORNIA LOW 805/922-3308
06035 ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS NEW JERSEY MED 201/567-9841
06035 FAIR LAWN/ENGLWD NEW JERSEY MED 201/567-9841
06037 # ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS NEW JERSEY MED 201/567-8951
06046 # PULLMAN WASHINGTON LOW 509/332-3760
06056 SAIPAN SAIPAN INTL 671/234-1121
06056 SAIPAN GUAM INTL 670/234-1121
06105 CHARLOTTE NORTH CAROLINA HIGH 704/377-0521
06106 OMAHA NEBRASKA MED 402/393-0903
06130 # MACON/WARNER ROBI GEORGIA LOW 912/923-7590
06130 # WARNER ROBINS GEORGIA LOW 912/923-7590
06147 # VISALIA CALIFORNIA LOW 209/625-4891
06151 # CINCINNATI OHIO HIGH 513/530-9021
06221 # LARAMIE WYOMING LOW 307/742-9441
06225 + SAN ANTONIO TEXAS HIGH 512-225-3213
06242 # FREDERICK/MYERSVI MARYLAND LOW 301/293-9504
06242 # HAGERSTOWN/MYERSV MARYLAND LOW 301/293-9504
06242 # MYERSVILLE MARYLAND LOW 301/293-9504
06256 ALEXANDRIA/FAIRFA VIRGINIA HIGH 703/385-7587
06256 ARLINGTON/FAIRFAX VIRGINIA HIGH 703/385-7587
06256 BETHESDA MARYLAND HIGH 703/385-7587
06256 FAIRFAX VIRGINIA HIGH 703/385-7587
06256 WASHINGTON D.C. HIGH 703/385-7587
06301 + REDWOOD CITY CALIFORNIA LOW 415/367-0334
06305 # FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS LOW 501/442-0234
06321 # CHICAGO ILLINOIS HIGH 312/922-6571
06324 CHICAGO ILLINOIS HIGH 312/427-7579
06325 # CHICAGO ILLINOIS HIGH 312/922-6571
06341 # FAYETTEVILLE NORTH CAROLINA LOW 919/486-0103
06342 # UTICA NEW YORK LOW 315/797-7001
06343 SPARTANBURG SOUTH CAROLINA LOW 803/585-0016
06346 # PORT ST. LUCIE FLORIDA LOW 407/337-1992
06347 # NEW CITY NEW YORK LOW 914/634-0388
06350 # NEDERLAND TEXAS LOG 409/721-3400
06350 # PORT ARTHUR TEXAS LOW 409/721-3400
06376 # KISSIMMEE FLORIDA LOW 407/933-8425
06407 # CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA LOW 319/363-7514
06412 # ATHENS GEORGIA LOW 404/548-7006
06421 # LAWRENCE MASSACHUSETTS LOW 508/683-2680
06457 # ANAHEIM/NEWPRT BE CALIFORNIA HIGH 714/852-8141
06462 PERINTON/PITTSFRD NEW YORK HIGH 716/385-5817
06462 PITTSFORD NEW YORK HIGH 716/385-5817
06462 ROCHESTER/PITTSFO NEW YORK HIGH 716/385-5817
06464 # PERINTON/PITTSFOR NEW YORK HIGH 716/385-5710
06464 # PITTSFORD NEW YORK HIGH 716/385-5710
06464 # ROCHESTER/PITTSFO NEW YORK HIGH 716/385-5710
06472 PISCATAWAY NEW JERSEY HIGH 201/562-9700
06501 OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA HIGH 405/495-8201
06506 + OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA HIGH 405/787-0684
06507 # OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA HIGH 405/495-9201
06521 # WHITE PLAINS NEW YORK HIGH 914/761-9590
06522 PAWTUCKET/PROVDEN RHODE ISLAND HIGH 401/273-0200
06522 PROVIDENCE RHODE ISLAND HIGH 401/273-0200
06522 WARWICK/PROVIDENC RHODE ISLAND HIGH 401/273-0200
06525 # NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA HIGH 504/525-2014
06532 NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA HIGH 504/522-1370
06544 # PISCATAWAY NEW JERSEY HIGH 201/562-8550
06546 # GARY INDIANA LOW 219/885-0002
06546 # HAMMOND/GARY INDIANA LOW 219/885-0002
06546 # HIGHLAND/GARY INDIANA LOW 219/885-0002
06551 # BELLINGHAM WASHINGTON LOW 206/671-5990
06563 OLYMPIA WASHINGTON LOW 206/943-9050
06564 EVERETT WASHINGTON LOW 206/258-1018
06570 + PITTSBURGH PENNSYLVANIA LOW 412/642-2271
06574 MIAMI FLORIDA HIGH 305/599-2900
06575 # INGLEWOOD CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-7514
06575 # LOS ANGELES/VERNO CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-7514
06575 # VERNON CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-7514
06605 # LOS ALTOS/SAN JOS CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-8618
06605 # SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-8618
06605 # SANTA CLARA/SAN J CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-8618
06605 # SUNNYVALE/SAN JOS CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-8618
06624 # NEW HAVEN/NO. HAV CONNECTICUT MED 203/787-4674
06626 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY MED 606/266-0019
06645 # CHAPEL HILL/DURHA NORTH CAROLINA MED 919/549-9025
06645 # DURHAM NORTH CAROLINA MED 919/549-9025
06651 AURORA/DENVER COLORADO HIGH 303/830-8530
06651 BOULDER/DENVER COLORADO HIGH 303/830-8530
06651 DENVER COLORADO HIGH 303/830-8530
06655 # AURORA/DENVER COLORADO HIGH 303/832-3447
06655 # BOULDER/DENVER COLORADO HIGH 303/832-3447
06655 # DENVER COLORADO HIGH 303/832-3447
06660 ELMIRA NEW YORK LOW 607/737-9065
06674 HOUSTON TEXAS HIGH 713/556-6700
06675 # STATE COLLEGE PENNSYLVANIA LOW 814/234-3853
06704 HOUSTON TEXAS HIGH 713/556-6700
06715 MIDLOTHIAN/RICHMO VIRGINIA MED 804/330-2465
06715 RICHMOND VIRGINIA MED 804/330-2465
06754 # KITCHENER ONTARIO CANL 519/742-7613
06762 # MARQUETTE MICHIGAN LOW 906/228-3780
06770 # FT. LAUDERDALE FLORIDA MED 305/467-1870 06770 # HOLLYWD/FT LDRDL FLORIDA MED 305/467-1870
06770 # PMPN BCH/FT LDRDL FLORIDA MED 305/467-1870
06771 # FT. SMITH ARKANSAS LOW 501/782-2486
06774 # TOPEKA KANSAS LOW 913/234-3070
07001 BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/439-3400
07001 CAMBRIDGE/BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/439-3400
07005 DETROIT MICHIGAN HIGH 313/964-1225
07024 # LONGVIEW TEXAS LOW 214/236-7475
07026 # CHARLOTTE NORTH CAROLINA HIGH 704/374-0803
07031 # ALBANY GEORGIA LOW 912/888-9282
07042 # NASHUA NEW HAMPSHIRE MED 603/882-0435
07042 # SALEM/NASHUA NEW HAMPSHIRE MED 603/882-0435
07043 # SARASOTA FLORIDA LOW 813/952-9000
07054 # NEW YORK NEW YORK HIGH 212/809-9660
07061 # NEW YORK NEW YORK HIGH 212/809-9660
07062 # NEW YORK NEW YORK HIGH 212/809-9660
07075 CINCINNATI OHIO HIGH 513/530-9019
07107 BARRE/MONTPELIER VERMONT LOW 802/229-4508
07107 MONTPELIER VERMONT LOW 802/229-4508
07117 # FREMONT CALIFORNIA MED 415/490-7366
07121 # OMAHA NEBRASKA MED 402/393-1305
07124 # BISMARK NORTH DAKOTA LOW 701/255-0869
07126 # ROLLA MISSOURI LOW 314/364-2084
07140 + CINCINNATI OHIO HIGH 513/489-1032
07144 # PORTLAND OREGON HIGH503/222-2151
07145 # PORTLAND OREGON HIGH 503/222-2151
07147 PORTLAND OREGON HIGH 503/222-0900
07150 # BOCA RATON/DELRAY FLORIDA LOW 407/272-7900
07150 # DELRAY FLORIDA LOW 407/272-7900
07154 # GREAT FALLS MONTANA LOW 406/727-9510
07176 SAN JUAN PUERTO RICO INTL 809/725-1882
07176 SAN JUAN PUERTO RICO INTL 809/725-4343
07200 # PUEBLO COLORADO LOW 719/543-9712
07205 LOS ALTOS/SAN JOS CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-3430
07205 SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-3430
07205 SANTA CLARA/SAN J CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-3430
07205 SUNNYVALE/SAN JOS CALIFORNIA HIGH 408/432-3430
07210 FALL RIVER/SOMERS MASSACHUSETTS LOW 508/676-3087
07210 SOMERSET MASSACHUSETTS LOW 508/676-3087
07214 MIDDLETOWN RHODE ISLAND LOW 401/849-1660
07214 NEWPORT/MIDDLETWN RHODE ISLAND LOW 401/849-1660
07216 # MT. PENN PENNSYLVANIA LOW 215/779-9580
07216 # READING/MT. PENN PENNSYLVANIA LOW 215/779-9580
07217 # GREENSBURG PENNSYLVANIA LOW 412/836-4470
07217 # LATROBE/GREENSBUR PENNSYLVANIA LOW 412/836-4470
07220 BRIDGEPORT CONNECTICUT MED 203/579-1479
07220 STRATFORD/BRIDGEP CONNECTICUT MED 203/579-1479
07223 # DAYTON OHIO MED 513/898-0696
07226 OGDEN UTAH LOW 801/393-5280
07236 # WHITE PLAINS NEW YORK HIGH 914/761-9590
07241 # GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA LOW 919/758-0102
07242 # HIGH POINT NORTH CAROLINA LOW 919/883-6121
07243 # PARKERSBURG WEST VIRGINIA LOW 304/485-9470
07264 MIAMI FLORIDA HIGH 305/592-2357
07301 # ROME GEORGIA LOW 404/234-0102
07303 # DANVILLE ILLINOIS LOW 217/442-1452
07305 # KENOSHA WISCONSIN LOW 414/553-9044
07305 # RACINE/KENOSHA WISCONSIN LOW 414/553-9044
07306 # DAVENPORT/RKISLND IOWA MED 309/788-3713
07306 # ROCK ISLAND ILLINOIS MED 309/788-3713
07312 # AGANA HEIGHTS GUAM INTL 671/477-2222
07315 # ABERDEEN MARYLAND LOW 301/273-7100
07316 # WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA LOW 919/762-1865
07322 # GREELEY COLORADO LOW 303/352-0960
07331 LEVITTOWN PENNSYLVANIA LOW 215/943-3700
07332 PITTSFIELD MASSACHUSETTS LOW 413/499-0971
07333 # WARREN OHIO LOW 216/392-2542
07336 # ARDMORE OKLAHOMA LOW 405/226-1260
07340 GRAND FORKS NORTH DAKOTA LOW 701/746-0344
07364 # CORNING NEW YORK LOW 607/962-4481
07371 # HUNTINGTON WEST VIRGINIA LOW 304/523-8432
07372 # PETERSBURG VIRGINIA LOW 804/861-1788
07374 # TAUNTON MASSACHUSETTS LOW 508/824-6692
07375 # HANOVER NEW HAMPSHIRE LOW 603/643-4011
07377 # SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/543-0691
07404 # LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA MED 213/436-6033
07404 # NORWALK/LONG BEAC CALIFORNIA MED 213/436-6033
07404 # SAN PEDRO/LONG BE CALIFORNIA MED 213/436-6033
07413 + NEWARK NEW JERSEY LOW 201/824-4201
07417 SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/495-7220
07420 # SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA HIGH 415/543-0691
07432 LYNDHURST/UNION C NEW JERSEY HIGH 201/864-8468
07432 UNION CITY NEW JERSEY HIGH 201/864-8468
07434 DAVIS CALIFORNIA LOW 916/758-3551
07434 WOODLAND/DAVIS CALIFORNIA LOW 916/758-3551
07447 # BUTTE MONTANA LOW 406/494-6682
07450 DALLAS TEXAS HIGH 214/637-3012
07454 # TERRE HAUTE INDIANA LOW 812/232-0112
07455 LAFAYETTE INDIANA LOW 317/423-4616
07456 # DUBUQUE IOWA LOW 319/582-3599
07457 # MINOT NORTH DAKOTA LOW 701/839-4210
07460 # BELOIT WISCONSIN LOW 608/362-4655
07460 # JANESVILLE/BELOIT WISCONSIN LOW 608/362-4655
07463 # HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS LOW 501/623-3576
07464 JONESBORO ARKANSAS LOW 501/935-7957
07465 # CADILLAC MICHIGAN LOW 616/775-9242
07466 # MUSKEGON MICHIGAN LOW 616/739-3453
07467 # PORT HURON MICHIGAN LOW 313/982-0301
07471 # BOWLING GREEN KENTUCKY LOW 502/781-5711
07472 # MANSFIELD OHIO LOW 419/529-3303
07510 ST THOMAS US VIRGIN ISL INTL 809/774-7099
07510 ST THOMAS US VIRGIN ISL INTL 809/776-7084
07511 # DOVER DELAWARE LOW 302/678-9545
07522 # SAN ANGELO TEXAS LOW 915/658-4590
07525 BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/439-3400
07525 CAMBRIDGE/BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/439-3400
07533 INGLEWOOD/VERNON CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/588-8128
07533 LOS ANGELES/VERNO CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/588-8128
07533 VERNON CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/588-8128
07540 # CALGARY ALBERTA CANH 403/232-6653
07542 + SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA LOW 916/442-0992
07571 # SALISBURY MARYLAND LOW 301/860-0480
07607 # GASTONIA NORTH CAROLINA LOW 704/867-2203
07610 LYNN MASSACHUSETTS LOW 617/593-4051
07625 # LOWELL MASSACHUSETTS LOW 508/452-5112
07631 # AUBURN WASHINGTON LOW 206/735-3975
07631 # ENUMCLAW/AUBURN WASHINGTON LOW 206/735-3975
07636 # SANTA FE NEW MEXICO LOW 505/471-0606
07646 # MONROE LOUISIANA LOW 318/388-8810
07650 # KOKOMO INDIANA LOW 317/453-7818
07651 # APPLETON WISCONSIN LOW 414/730-8029
07652 CORONA CALIFORNIA LOW 714/737-5510
07653 # POWAY CALIFORNIA LOW 619/679-0200
07655 # NORRISTOWN PENNSYLVANIA WATS 800/###-####
07656 # NORRISTOWN PENNSYLVANIA WATS 800/###-####
07664 # MADISON WISCONSIN LOW 608/221-0891
07675 DUNDAS ONTARIO CANH 416/628-5908
07675 HAMILTON/DUNDAS ONTARIO CANH 416/628-5908
07676 NEWPORT NEWS VIRGINIA MED 804/596-0898
07677 # FITCHBURG/LEOMINS MASSACHUSETTS LOW 508/537-6451
07677 # LEOMINSTER MASSACHUSETTS LOW 508/537-6451
07706 # MUNCIE INDIANA LOW 317/284-7821
07712 # VERO BEACH FLORIDA LOW 407/569-8207
07714 # MERIDIAN MISSISSIPPI LOW 601/482-4335
07717 # BAYTOWN TEXAS LOW 713/420-3389
07721 # FREEPORT ILLINOIS LOW 815/232-7111
07723 # DOTHAN ALABAMA LOW 205/794-7954
07725 # PANAMA CITY FLORIDA LOW 904/769-0709
07726 # LEAVENWORTH KANSAS LOW 913/651-8094
07730 # SALINA KANSAS LOW 913/825-4845
07731 CICERO/MAYWOOD ILLINOIS LOW 708/345-9100
07731 FOREST PARK/MAYWO ILLINOIS LOW 708/345-9100
07731 MAYWOOD ILLINOIS LOW 708/345-9100
07733 # MARION INDIANA LOW 317/662-1928
07735 ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS LOW 508/226-6441
07736 WOONSOCKET RHODE ISLAND LOW 401/765-5994
07737 # LYNCHBURG VIRGINIA LOW 804/846-0213
07743 HOLYOKE/SPRINGFIE MASSACHUSETTS MED 413/787-0048
07743 SPRINGFIELD MASSACHUSETTS MED 413/787-0048
07747 WILLIAMSPORT PENNSYLVANIA LOW 717/323-0386
07776 MIDLAND TEXAS LOW 915/561-8401
07776 ODESSA/MIDLAND TEXAS LOW 915/561-8401
10021 # HOUSTON TEXAS HIGH 713/496-1332
10027 # KANNAPOLIS NORTH CAROLINA LOW 704/932-4131
10031 # BEDFORD MASSACHUSETTS LOW 617/271-0420
10031 # WOBURN/BEDFORD MASSACHUSETTS LOW 617/271-0420
10034 BALTIMORE MARYLAND HIGH 301/659-7460
10036 # MERCED CALIFORNIA LOW 209/383-7593
10044 # KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE MED 615/693-0498
10061 BUFFALO NEW YORK MED 716/893-1306
10071 YORK PENNSYLVANIA LOW 717/848-9850
10072 # FAIRFIELD CALIFORNIA LOW 707/426-5900
10100 # CORVALLIS OREGON LOW 503/757-6341
10103 ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN MED 313/973-0166
10105 # CAMDEN/PENNSAUKEN NEW JERSEY MED 609/665-5902
10105 # CHERRY HILL/PENNS NEW JERSEY MED 609/665-5902
10105 # PENNSAUKEN NEW JERSEY MED 609/665-5902
10113 # WESTPORT CONNECTICUT MED 203/454-2129
10115 # MIDLOTHIAN/RICHMO VIRGINIA MED 804/330-2673
10115 # RICHMOND VIRGINIA MED 804/330-2673
10122 OTTAWA ONTARIO CANH 613/563-2910
10122 OTTAWA ONTARIO CANH 613/563-2970
10130 # SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA HIGH 916/447-7434
10133 ATLANTA/DORAVILLE GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-2208
10133 DORAVILLE GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-2208
10133 MARIETTA/DORAVILL GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-2208
10133 NORCROSS/DORAVILL GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-2208
10134 ATLANTA/DORAVILLE GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-2208
10134 DORAVILLE GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-2208
10134 MARIETTA/DORAVILL GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-2208
10134 NORCROSS/DORAVILL GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-2208
10153 + SOUTH BRUNSWICK NEW JERSEY HIGH 609/452-8388
10170 JOHNSTOWN PENNSYLVANIA LOW 814/539-5059
10171 JAMESTOWN NEW YORK LOW 716/488-0794
10172 # SOMERS CONNECTICUT LOW 203/763-3521
10203 # ATLANTA/DORAVILLE GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-3362
10203 # DORAVILLE GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-3362
10203 # MARIETTA/DORAVILL GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-3362
10203 # NORCROSS/DORAVILL GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-3362
10204 # ATLANTA/DORAVILLE GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-3362
10204 # ATLANTA/DORAVILLE GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-3362
10204 # MARIETTA/DORAVILL GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-3362
10204 # NORCROSS/DORAVILL GEORGIA MED 404/451-3362
10212 HAMILTON OHIO LOW 513/874-1744
10213 # OCALA FLORIDA LOW 904/732-3707
10221 # NAPLES FLORIDA LOW 813/434-8080
10233 # CLEVELAND OHIO HIGH 216/861-6709
10244 # ALHAMBRA CALIFORNIA MED 818/308-1994
10244 # ARCADIA/ALHAMBRA CALIFORNIA MED 818/308-1994
10244 # EL MONTE/ALHAMBRA CALIFORNIA MED 818/308-1994
10244 # PASADENA/ALHAMBRA CALIFORNIA MED 818/308-1994
10247 # BRADLEY ILLINOIS LOW 815/935-2352
10247 # KANKAKEE/BRADLEY ILLINOIS LOW 815/935-2352
10254 ATLANTA/DORAVILLE GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-1546
10254 DORAVILLE GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-1546
10254 MARIETTA/DORAVILL GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-1546
10254 NORCROSS/DORAVILL GEORGIA HIGH 404/451-1546
10255 # LAREDO TEXAS LOW 512/727-8308
10256 # HAMPTON VIRGINIA MED 804/727-0572
10261 # SHEBOYGAN WISCONSIN LOW 414/457-6128
10301 # ABILENE TEXAS LOW 915/676-0091
10305 # GADSDEN ALABAMA LOW 205/543-3550
10307 # ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN MED 313/973-7935
10320 # IOWA CITY IOWA LOW 319/354-3633 10325 # INGLEWOOD/VERNON CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-7514
10325 # LOS ANGELES/VRN CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-7514
10325 # VERNON CALIFORNIA HIGH 213/587-7514
10337 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY MED 502/499-7110
10346 # NORFOLK VIRGINIA MED 804/857-0148
10346 # PORTSMOUTH/NRFLK VIRGINIA MED 804/857-0148
10346 # VA BCH/NRFLK VIRGINIA MED 804/857-0148
10363 # EL SEGUNDO CALIFORNIA MED 213/643-4228
10363 # MAR VISTA/EL SGND CALIFORNIA MED 213/643-4228
10363 # MARINADELREY/EL S CALIFORNIA MED 213/643-4228
10363 # SANTA MONICA/EL S CALIFORNIA MED 213/643-4228
10432 LANSING ILLINOIS LOW 708/474-1422
10436 # CONCORD/WLNT CRK CALIFORNIA MED `415/935-1507
10436 # PACHECO/WALNT CRK CALIFORNIA MED 415/935-1507
10436 # PLEASNTHILL/WALNT CALIFORNIA MED 415/935-1507
10436 # WALNUT CREEK CALIFORNIA MED 415/935-1507
10464 # QUEBEC CITY QUEBEC CANH 418/647-1116
10470 # ARLINGTON/FORT W TEXAS MED 817/332-9397
10470 # FORT WORTH TEXAS MED 817/332-9397
10471 JOLIET ILLINOIS LOW 815/727-2169
10472 WINDSOR NEW YORK LOW 914/561-9103
10474 # MONTEREY CALIFORNIA LOW 408/375-2644
10506 # JOHNSON CITY TENNESSEE LOW 615/928-9544
10510 # LAFAYETTE LOUISIANA LOW 318/234-8255
10515 # BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/439-3531
10515 # CAMBRIDGE/BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/439-3531
10516 # CHARLOTTESVILLE VIRGINIA LOW 804/977-5661
10520 # BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/439-3531
10520 # cAMBRIDGE/BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/439-3531
10521 # BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/439-3531
10521 # CAMBRIDGE/BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS HIGH 617/439-3531
10542 # ALLEN/McKINNEY TEXAS LOW 214/542-2641
10542 # McKINNEY TEXAS LOW 214/542-2641
10543 AKRON OHIO MED 216/376-6227
10546 # AKRON OHIO MED 216/376-8330
10560 # ROCKVILLE MARYLAND LOW 301/869-2700
10561 SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA WATS 800/###-####
10561 SANTA CLARA/SAN CALIFORNIA WATS 800/###-####
10567 # CHAPEL HILL/DURHA NORTH CAROLINA MED 919/549-9025
10567 # DURHAM NORTH CAROLINA MED 919/549-9025
10570 BOZEMAN MONTANA LOW 406/585-9719
10573 MAUI HAWAII LOW 808/242-8411
10574 HILO HAWAII MED 808/935-5717
10601 # AUGUSTA MAINE LOW 207/622-3083
10602 # CAPE GIRARDEAU MISSOURI LOW 314/335-1518
10603 # ELYRIA OHIO LOW 216/324-7156
10604 # FLORENCE SOUTH CAROLINA LOW 803/664-0550
10605 # KINGSTON NEW YORK LOW 914/336-2790
10612 MONTREAL/ST. LAUR QUEBEC CANH 514/747-2996
10612 MONTREAL/ST. LAUR QUEBEC CANH 514/747-1370
10612 VILLE ST. LAURENT QUEBEC CANH 514/747-2996
10612 VILLE ST. LAURENT QUEBEC CANH 514/747-1370
10615 SECANE PENNSYLVANIA LOW 215/543-3045
10617 # E. ST. LOUIS ILLINOIS LOW 618/874-5702
10621 PRINCETON/SO. BRN NEW JERSEY HIGH 609/452-1018
10621 SOUTH BRUNSWICK NEW JERSEY HIGH 609/452-1018
10622 # SOUTH BRUNSWICK NEW JERSEY HIGH 609/452-9529
10622 # SOUTH BRUNSWICK NEW JERSEY HIGH 609/452-9529
10631 HONOLULU HAWAII MED 808/545-7610
10632 # HONOLULU HAWAII MED 808/528-5300
10673 # SPRINGFIELD MISSOURI LOW 417/881-6225
044
11013 # SPRINGFIELD/EUGEN OREGON LOW 503/343-0044
11014 # WACO TEXAS LOW 817/776-0880
11015 # KILLEEN TEXAS LOW 817/526-8118
11016 # SPOKANE WASHINGTON LOW 509/747-3011
11026 # SLIDELL LOUISIANA LOW 504/646-2900
11035 # CLEARWATER FLORIDA MED 813/441-1621
11035 # ST. PETERSBRG/CLR FLORIDA MED 813/441-1621
11052 # EUREKA CALIFORNIA LOW 707/445-3021
11052 # EUREKA CALIFORNIA LOW 707/445-9271
11053 PROVO UTAH LOW 801/373-2192
11063 # CUMBERLAND MARYLAND LOW 301/777-9320
11067 # AUBURN MAINE LOW 207/795-6013
11067 # LEWISTON/AUBURN MAINE LOW 207/795-6013
11120 # EL PASO TEXAS MED 915/533-1453
11121 # EL PASO TEXAS MED 915/533-1453
11123 # BUFFALO NEW YORK MED 716/893-1014
11130 # HOUSTON TEXAS HIGH 713/496-1332
11144 + GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN MED 616/458-9252
11150 # CHICAGO ILLINOIS WATS 800/###-####
11151 # CHICAGO ILLINOIS WATS 800/###-####
11152 # CHICAGO ILLINOIS WATS 800/###-####
11161 # WINSTON-SALEM NORTH CAROLINA MED 919/765-1221
11162 # CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA LOW 803/553-0860
11207 # O’FALLON ILLINOIS LOW 618/632-3993
11231 # LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA LOW 717/569-1081
11236 # LANSING MICHIGAN MED 517/484-5344
11237 # COLUMBIA SOUTH CAROLINA MED 803/252-7375
11240 # GREENVILLE SOUTH CAROLINA MED 803/233-5621
11241 # MOBILE ALABAMA MED 205/460-2515
11242 # LAKE ZURICH/PALAT ILLINOIS LOW 708/991-7171
11242 # PALATINE ILLINOIS LOW 708/991-7171
11251 # DENTON TEXAS LOW 817/565-0552
11252 # VANCOUVER WASHINGTON LOW 206/574-0427
11257 # LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS MED 501/666-6886
11266 # FORT COLLINS COLORADO LOW 303/224-9819
11267 # AMARILLO TEXAS LOW 806/355-7088
11270 # SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA LOW 415/453-2087 11271 # CATHEDRAL CITY CALIFORNIA LOW 619/324-0920
11271 # PALM SPRNGS/CATH CALIFORNIA LOW 619/324-0920
11272 # MOORPARK CALIFORNIA LOW 805/523-0203
11273 # SAN CLEMENTE CALIFORNIA LOW 714/240-9424
11274 # MISHAWAKA/SOUTH B INDIANA MED 219/234-6410
11274 # SOUTH BEND INDIANA MED 219/234-6410
11275 # BRIDGEPORT CONNECTICUT MED 203/332-7256
11276 # SYRACUSE NEW YORK MED 315/433-1593
11300 # TOLEDO OHIO LOW 419/255-7705
11301 ALTOONA PENNSYLVANIA MED 814/946-8639
11301 # HARRISBURG/LEMOYN PENNSYLVANIA MED 717/975-9881
11301 # LEMOYNE PENNSYLVANIA MED 717/975-9881
11304 # NEWARK/WILMINGTON DELAWARE MED 302/652-2036
11304 # WILMINGTON DELAWARE MED 302/652-2036
11305 # LYNDHURST/UNION C NEW JERSEY HIGH 201/864-0995
11305 # UNION CITY NEW JERSEY HIGH 201/864-0995
11306 # HOLYOKE/SPRINGFIE MASSACHUSETTS MED 413/785-1762
11306 # SPRINGFIELD MASSACHUSETTS MED 413/785-1762
11307 # ROCKFORD ILLINOIS MED 815/633-2080
11313 LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS MED 501/666-6024
11315 # OAKRIDGE TENNESSEE LOW 615/482-1466
11321 # NORTHPORT ALABAMA LOW 205/758-1116
11321 # TUSCALOOSA/NORTHP ALABAMA LOW 205/758-1116
11323 # OWENSBORO KENTUCKY LOW 502/685-0959
11356 # ASHEVILLE NORTH CAROLINA LOW 704/253-8945
11360 # BOULDER CITY NEVADA MED 702/294-0602
11360 # LAS VEGAS/BLDR CI NEVADA MED 702/294-0602
11362 # STAMFORD CONNECTICUT HIGH 203/327-2974
11371 SANTA BARBARA CALIFORNIA MED 805/564-2354
11372 # SANTA BARBARA CALIFORNIA MED 805/965-1612
11402 # MODESTO CALIFORNIA LOW 209/527-0150
11405 # MARLBOROUGH MASSACHUSETTS LOW 508/481-0026
11406 # AUGUSTA/MARTINEZ GEORGIA LOW 404/855-0442
11406 # MARTINEZ GEORGIA LOW 404/855-0442
11417 # PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA HIGH 215/592-8750
11422 RANDOLPH MASSACHUSETTS LOW 617/986-0500
11451 # BATTLE CREEK MICHIGAN LOW 616/964-9303
11452 # HARRISONBURG VIRGINIA LOW 703/433-6333 11453 # GROTON MASSACHUSETTS LOW 508/448-9361 11663 # ANNAPOLIS MARYLAND LOW 301-224-0520 11671 # ROCHESTER MINNESOTA LOW 507/282-0830 11702 # GEORGETOWN DELAWARE LOW 302/856-1788 11741 # DULUTH MINNESOTA LOW 218/722-0655
11743 # NORTHFIELD ILLINOIS LOW 708/501-4536
11752 # WEST BEND WISCONSIN LOW 414/334-1755
11754 # VICTORIA TEXAS LOW 512/576-9200

TYMNET ACCESS SORTED BY STATE WITHIN REGIONAL BELL OPERATING COMPANY

TYMNET has gateways into many of the Regional Bell Operating Company packet networks. For specifics on how to access these networks, please refer to the information listed at the end of each company section.

07771 RED BANK NEW JERSEY 300/2400 201/758-8000 DN
07771 TOMS RIVER NEW JERSEY 300/2400 201/286-3800 DN
PDN

DN BELL ATLANTIC – NETWORK NAME IS PUBLIC DATA NETWORK (PDN)

(CONNECT MESSAGE)
. _. _. _< _C _R _> _ (SYNCHRONIZES DATA SPEEDS)

WELCOME TO THE BPA/DST PDN

*. _T _ _< _C _R _> _ (TYMNET ADDRESS)

131069 (ADDRESS CONFIRMATION – TYMNET DNIC)
COM (CONFIRMATION OF CALL SET-UP)

-GWY 0XXXX- TYMNET: PLEASE LOG IN: (HOST # WITHIN DASHES)
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BELL SOUTH

LSK BELLSOUTH – NETWORK NAME IS PULSELINK

(CONNECT MESSAGE)

. _. _. _ _< _C _R _> _ (SYNCHRONIZES DATA SPEEDS)
(DOES NOT ECHO TO THE TERMINAL)
CONNECTED
PULSELINK

1 _3 _1 _0 _6 _ (TYMNET ADDRESS)
(DOES NOT ECHO TO THE TERMINAL)

PULSELINK: CALL CONNECTED TO 1 3106

-GWY 0XXXX- TYMNET: PLEASE LOG IN: (HOST # WITHIN DASHES)
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PACIFIC BELL

PS PACIFIC BELL – NETWORK NAME IS PUBLIC PACKET SWITCHING (PPS)

(CONNECT MESSAGE)

. _. _. _< _C _R _ (SYNCHRONIZES DATA SPEEDS)>
(DOES NOT ECHO TO THE TERMINAL)

ONLINE 1200
WELCOME TO PPS: 415-XXX-XXXX
1 _3 _1 _0 _6 _9 _ (TYMNET ADDRESS)
(DOES NOT ECHO UNTIL TYMNET RESPONDS)

-GWY 0XXXX- TYMNET: PLEASE LOG IN: (HOST # WITHIN DASHES)
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SOUTHWESTERN BELL
RLK – SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE- NETWORK NAME IS MICROLINK II(R)

(CONNECT MESSAGE)
(PLEASE TYPE YOUR TERMINAL IDENTIFIER)

A _ (YOUR TERMINAL IDENTIFIER)

WELCOME TO MICROLINK II
-XXXX:01-030-
PLEASE LOG IN:
.T < _C _R _> _ (USERNAME TO ACCESS TYMNET)

HOST: CALL CONNECTED

-GWY 0XXXX- TYMNET: PLEASE LOG IN:
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SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND

ONNNET – SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE – NETWORK NAME IN CONNNET

(CONNECT MESSAGE)

H_ H_ <_ C_ R_> (SYNCHRONIZES DATA SPEEDS)
(DOES NOT ECHO TO THE TERMINAL)
CONNNET

._ T_ <_ C_ R_>_ (MUST BE CAPITAL LETTERS)

26-SEP-88 18:33 (DATA)
031069 (ADDRESS CONFIRMATION)
COM (CONFIRMATION OF CALL SET-UP)

-GWY OXXXX-TYMNET: PLEASE LOG IN:

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BT TYMNET GLOBAL DATA NETWORK (GDN) SERVICES

INTERNATIONAL ACCESS LOCATIONS

The TYMNET Public Network is accessible from most countries throughout the world. In many cities within these countries TYMNET may be accessed with a local phone call. These countries are listed below for your convenience.
TYMNET can also be accessed from most other countries via TYMUSA or Telex. For more complete information about access to TYMNET from international locations, or about access to international locations from TYMNET, consult the Information System or your local BT Tymnet representative or call Customer Information Help Desk at 800/336-0149 or 703/442-0145.

INTERNATIONAL DIRECT DIAL-UP ACCESS

BT Tymnet, in its continuing effort to provide convenient data communications solutions for you, now offers direct dial-up access from international locations.
Users located in the countries listed can access TYMNET, directly, using terminals and/or PCs operating asynchronously.
International Service Requirements

Speed (bps): Modem Type:
300 CCITT V.21
300B Bell 103/113 compatible
1200 CCITT V.22
1200B Bell 212A compatible
2400 CCITT V.22 bis compatible
9600 CCITT V.32 compliant

Notes:
– Trispeed denotes 300B, 1200B, or 2400 capability
– Services fully compliant with BT Tymnet certified modems
– V.42 compatible/MNP Level 2 – 4
– Density classifications (CanH, CanL, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, E1,
E2, Pacific, *) signify a rate structure different from standard domestic rates.
Please consult the Information System or your local BT Tymnet representative for details.

Access procedures for direct access are identical to domestic access procedures. Please consult the pamphlet “How to Use TYMNET” (Publications #C-001) for more details.
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GLOBAL NETWORK SERVICES “GNS” COUNTRIES
Countries With Direct TYMNET Access

Country, Province Access
City Density Number Comments
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AUSTRALIA
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Melbourne Pacific (3)416-2146 300/1200/2400/mnp
Sydney Pacific (2)290-3400 300/1200/2400/mnp
For BT Tymnet’s Australian Support Center, call: 008-032064
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BELGIUM
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Brussels E1 (2)640-0215 300
E1 (2)647-1150 1200/2400
Mons E1 (65)36-0051 1200/2400

Note: When dialing inter-country to Belgium, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (32).
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DENMARK
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Copenhagen E2 31-18-63-33 300/1200/2400/mnp

Note: When dialing inter-country to Copenhagen, the phone number is preceded by dialing (45).

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FRANCE
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Paris E1 (1) 46-02-57-50 300/1200/2400
E1 (1) 46-02-55-00 1200/2400/mnp
E1 (1) 47-71-91-33 1200
E1 (1) 46-02-70-03 300/1200/2400/mnp
Lyon E1 (7) 89-30-17-3 300/1200/2400/mnp

Note: When dialing inter-country to France, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (33). For BT Tymnet’s support center in Paris call: 1-49-11-21-21

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ITALY
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Milan E2 (2) 26-41-24-50 1200/2400

Note: When dialing inter-country to Italy, the phone number is preceded by (39).
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JAPAN (NIS)
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Akita * (188) 655735 300B
Akita * (188) 655733 1200B
Akita * (188) 655734 1200B/2400
Atsugi * (462) 215331 300B
Atsugi * (462) 210404 1200B/2400
Fukui * (776) 343308 300B
Fukui * (776) 358840 1200B/2400
Fukuoka * (92) 474-7076 300B
Fukuoka * (92) 474-7196 1200B/2400
Hamamatsu * (534) 567355 300B
Hamanatsu * (534) 567231 1200B/2400
Hiroshima * (82) 241-6857 300B
Hiroshima * (82) 243-9270 1200B/2400
Kagoshima * (992) 228598 300B
Kagoshima * (992) 228954 1200B
Kagoshima * (992) 229154 1200B/2400
Kanazawa * (762) 242351 300B
Kanazawa * (762) 242341 1200B/2400
Kohbe * (78) 242-1097 300B
Kohbe * (78) 242-1115 1200B/2400
Kumamoto * (96) 355-5233 300B
Kumamoto * (96) 354-3065 1200B/2400
Kyoto * (75) 431-6205 300B
Kyoto * (75) 431-6203 1200B/2400
Matsuyama * (899) 322975 300B
Matsuyama * (899) 324207 1200B/2400
Mito * (292) 241675 300B
Mito * (292) 244213 1200B/2400
Morioka * (196) 548513 300B
Morioka * (196) 547315 1200B/2400
Nagagsaki * (958) 286088 300B
Nagagsaki * (958) 286077 1200B/2400
Nagoya * (52) 204-2275 300B
Nagoya * (52) 204-1466 1200B/2400
Naha * (988) 614002 300B
Naha * (988) 613414 1200B/2400
Niigata * (25) 241-5409 300B
Niigata * (25) 241-5410 1200B/2400
Okayama * (862) 326760 300B
Okayama * (862) 314993 1200B/2400
Osaka * (6) 271-9028 300B
Osaka * (6) 271-9029 1200B
Osaka * (6) 271-6876 1200B/2400
Sapporo * (11) 281-4343 300B
Sapporo * (11) 281-4421 1200B/2400
Sendai * (22) 231-5741 300B
Sendai * (22) 231-5355 1200B/2400
Shizuoka * (542) 843393 300B
Shizuoka * (542) 843398 1200B/2400
Takamatsu * (878) 230502 300B
Takamatsu * (878) 230501 1200B/2400
Tokyo * (3) 555-9525 300B
Tokyo * (3) 555-9526 1200B
Tokyo * (3) 555-9696 2400
Toyama * (764) 417578 300B
Toyama * (764) 417769 1200B/2400
Tuchiura * (298) 555082 300B
Tuchiura * (298) 556121 1200B/2400
Urawa * (488) 339341 1200B/2400
Yokohama * (45) 453-7757 300B
Yokohama * (45) 453-7637 1200B/2400
For NIS customer service in Japan 24 hours a day call: (3) 551-6220
Interdialing precede with dialing (81).
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NETHERLANDS
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Alkmaar E1 (72) 155190 300/1200/2400/mnp
Amsterdam E1 (20) 6610094 300/1200/1200-75
2400/9600/mnp
Eindhoven E1 (4902) 45530 300/1200/2400/mnp
The Hague E1 (70) 3814641 1200
E1 (70) 3475032 300/1200/2400/mnp
(70) 3818448 4800/9600/mnp
Rotterdam E1 (10)4532002 300/1200/1200-75
2400/9600mnp
Note: When dialing inter-country to the Netherlands, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (31). For BT Tymnet’s support center in the Netherlands call: (70) 3820044
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SWEDEN
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Stockholm E2 (8) 29-4782 300/1200/2400/mnp

Note: When dialing inter-country to the Stockholm, the phone number is preceded by dialing (46). For BT Tymnet’s support center in Sweden call: (8) 98-8140
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SWITZERLAND
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Geneva E1 (22) 782-9329 300/1200/2400
Zurich E1 (1) 730-9673 1200/2400

Note: When dialing inter-country to Switzerland, all phone
numbers are preceded by dialing (41). For BT Tymnet’s support center in Switzerland call: (22) 782-5040
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UNITED KINGDOM
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Belfast E1 (232) 234467
Birmingham E1 (21) 632 6636
Bristol E1 (272) 255392
Cambridge E1 (223) 845860
Edinburgh E1 (31) 313 2172
Leeds E1 (532) 341838
London E1 (81) 566 7260
London E1 (71) 489 8571

Note: The preceeding United Kingdom access numbers are scheduled to be available early August 1990. Please consult GNS customer support at 703/442-0145 or BT Tymnet’s support center in London at (582) 482 592 for more information.
Note: When dialing inter-country to the United Kingdom, all
phone numbers are preceded by dialing (44). The above access numbers will support 300-2400 V22 bis and MNP 4.
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GERMANY
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Cologne E1 (221)210196 300/1200/2400
Frankfurt E1 (69)666-8131 1200
E1 (69)668011 300
E1 (69)666-4021 300/1200
Munich E1 (89)350-7682 300/1200/2400
Note: When dialing inter-country to West Germany, all phone
numbers are preceded by dialing (49). For BT Tymnet’s
support center in West Germany call: (21) 159-6314

TYMUSA
Quick, easy access from around the world; a universal, simple and familiar log-on procedure (see below).
All communication charges are billed to the host in the USA by BT Tymnet.
TYMUSA is offered on BT Tymnet in country nodes, PTT’s nodes using TYMNET technology (via a `T2′ Gateway) and PTT’s nodes using non-TYMNET technology (via a X.75 Gateway).
On dial-access location using non-TYMNET technology, the service is referred to as TYMLINK. Log-on may vary to that of TYMUSA; however, all other features are the same. Variations in log-on are highlighted.
TYMUSA is offered in all BT Tymnet GNS countries at charge rate Band 1.

TYMUSA ACCESS COUNTRIES
COUNTRY
Access
City Band Number Comments
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ANTIGUA
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All Cities 3 809/462-0210 300B/1200B

Note: When dialing inter-country to Antigua, the phone number is preceded by dialing (1). (If in USA/Canada, use above only.)
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ARGENTINA
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Buenos Aires 2 (1) 40-01-91 300
2 (1) 40-01-92 300
2 (1) 40-01-93 300
2 (1) 40-01-94 300
2 (1) 40-01-95 300
2 (1) 40-01-96 300
2 (1) 40-01-97 300
2 (1) 40-01-98 300
2 (1) 40-01-99 300

Note: When dialing inter-country to Argentina, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (54).

COUNTRY
Access
City Band Number Comments
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AUSTRIA
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Vienna 2 (222) 50124 300
Vienna 2 (222) 50143 1200/2400
Outside Vienna 2 229015 1200/2400
2 229016 300/1200
2 229017 1200/2400

Note : Log-on “…” (cr) then TYMUSA log-on procedure. For additional log-on information please refer to BT Tymnet’s on-line information service.
Note: When dialing inter-country to Argentina, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (43).
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BAHAMAS
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All Cities 3 809/323-7799 300B/1200B/2400

Note: When dialing inter-country to the Bahamas, the phone number is preceded by dialing (1). (If in USA/Canada, use above only.)
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BAHRAIN
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All Cities 3 242525 300
3 245361 1200
Note: When dialing inter-country to Bahrain, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (973).
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BARBADOS
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All Cities 3 809/426-7760 300B/1200B
Note: When dialing inter-country to Barbardos, the phone number is preceded by dialing (1). (If in USA/Canada, use above only.)
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BERMUDA
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All Cities 2 809/292-4327 300B/1200B
Note: When dialing inter-country to Bermuda, the phone number is preceded by dialing (1). (If in USA/Canada, use above only.)
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CAYMAN ISLANDS
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All Cities 3 809/949-7100 300B/1200B

Note: When dialing inter-country to the Cayman Islands, the phone number is preceded by dialing (1). (If in USA/Canada, use above only.)
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
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All Cities 3 809/685-6155 300B/1200B

Note: Use domestic log-on procedure.
Note: When dialing inter-country to the Dominican Republic, the phone number is preceded by dialing (1). (If in USA/Canada, use above only.)
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GUAM
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Agana Heights * 477-2222 300/1200

Note: When dialing inter-country to Guam, the phone number is preceded by dialing (671).

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GUATEMALA
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Guatemala City 2 (2) 345-599 300B
2 (2) 345-999 1200B

Note: When dialing inter-country to Guatemala, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (502).
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HONDURAS
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All Cities 2 320-544 300B/1200B

Note: When dialing inter-country to Honduras, the phone number is preceded by dialing (504).
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HONG KONG
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Hong Kong 2 865-7414 300B/1200B/2400
Note: Use domestic log-on procedure.
Note: When dialing inter-country to Hong Kong, the phone number is preceded by dialing (852).
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ISRAEL
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Afula 3 (6) 596658 300B/1200B/2400
Ashdod 3 (8) 542999 300B/1200B/2400
Bezeq 3 (57) 36029 300B/1200B/2400
Eilat 3 (59) 75147 300B/1200B/2400
Hadera 3 (6) 332409 300B/1200B/2400
Haifa 3 (4) 525421 300B/1200B/2400
3 (4) 673235 300B/1200B/2400
3 (4) 674203 300B/1200B/2400
3 (4) 674230 300B/1200B/2400
Herzeliya 3 (52) 545251 300B/1200B/2400
Jerusalem 3 (2) 242675 300B/1200B/2400
3 (2) 246363 300B/1200B/2400
3 (2) 248551 300B/1200B/2400
3 (2) 814396 300B/1200B/2400
Nahariya 3 (4) 825393 300B/1200B/2400
Netanya 3 (53) 348588 300B/1200B/2400
Rechovot 3 (8) 469799 300B/1200B/2400
Tel Aviv 3 (3) 203435 300B/1200B/2400
3 (3) 546-3837 300B/1200B/2400
3 (3) 751-2504 300B/1200B/2400
3 (3) 751-3799 300B/1200B/2400
3 (3) 752-0110 300B/1200B/2400
Tiberias 3 (6) 790274 300B/1200B/2400
Tzfat 3 (6) 973282 300B/1200B/2400

Note: For log-on information please refer to BT Tymnet’s on-line information service.
Note: When dialing inter-country to Israel, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (972).
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JAMAICA
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All Cities 2 809/924-9915 300B/1200B

Note: When dialing inter-country to Jamaica, the phone number is preceded by dialing (1). (If in USA/Canada, use above only.)
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KOREA
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Seoul 3 (2) 792-1455 1200

Note: Use domestic log-on procedure.
Note: When dialing inter-country to Korea, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (82).

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NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
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Curacao 3 (9) 239251 300/1200
Curacao/St. Maarten 3 (Local Only) 0251 300/1200
Note: When dialing inter-country to Netherland Antilles, the phone numbers is preceded by dialing (599).
Note: The Curacao/St. Maarten access location is a local access location only. This location can not be used for inter-city or inter-country access.
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PANAMA
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All Cities 3 639-055 300B/1200B
3 636-727 2400

Note: When dialing inter-country to Panama, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (507).
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PERU
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Lima 4 (14) 240-478 1200

Note: When dialing inter-country to Peru, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (51).
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PUERTO RICO
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Mayaquez/Ponce * 809/462-4213 300B/1200B
San Juan * 809/725-1882 300B/1200B
* 809/725-4343 300B/1200B
* 809/725-3501 300/1200
* 809/725-4702 300/1200
* 809/724-6070 2400
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PHILIPPINES
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Manila 2 (2) 819-1011 300
2 (2) 819-1009 300
2 (2) 819-1550 300
2 (2) 815-1553 300B/1200B
2 (2) 815-1555 300B/1200B
2 (2) 817-1791 300B/1200B
2 (2) 817-1581 300B/1200B
2 (2) 817-1796 300B/1200B
2 (2) 817-8811 300
2 (2) 521-7901 300

Note: When dialing inter-country to the Philippines, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (63).
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SAUDI ARABIA
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Riyadh 5 (1) 4658803 1200
5 (1) 4631038 2400
Jeddah 5 (2) 6690708 1200
5 (2) 6691377 2400
Alkobar 5 (3) 8981025 1200

Note: For log-on information please refer to BT Tymnet’s on-line information service.
Note: When dialing inter-country to Saudi Arabia, all phone
numbers are preceded by dialing (966).
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TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
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All Cities 2 809/627-0854 300/1200
2 809/627-0855 300/1200

Note: When dialing inter-country to Trinidad and Tobago, all phone numbers are preceded by dialing (1). (If in USA/Canada, use above only.)
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UNITED KINGDOM (British Telecom PSS)
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Aberdeen 1 (224) 210701
Belfast 1 (232) 331284
Birmingham 1 (21) 633-3474
Bristol 1 (272) 211545
Cambridge 1 (223) 460127
Cardiff 1 (222) 344184
Chelmsford 1 (245) 491323
Edinburgh 1 (31) 313-2137
Exeter 1 (392) 421565
Glasgow 1 (41) 204-1722
Hastings 1 (424) 722788
Ipswich 1 (473) 210212
Kings Lynn 1 (553) 691090
Leamington 1 (926) 451419
Leeds 1 (532) 440024
Liverpool 1 (51) 255-0230
London 1 (71) 490-2200
Luton 1 (582) 481818
Manchester 1 (61) 834-5533
Newcastle 1 (91) 261-6858
Northhampton 1 (604) 33395
Nottingham 1 (602) 506005
Oxford 1 (865) 798949
Plymouth 1 (752) 603302
Reading 1 (734) 500722
Southampton 1 (703) 634530

Note: When dialing inter-country to the United Kingdom, all phone number are preceded by dialing (44). The above access
numbers will support 300/1200/2400 bps.
The above numbers support
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VIRGIN ISLANDS (U.S.)
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St. Thomas 3 809/774-7099 300B
3 809/776-7084 1200B
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TYMUSA Access Procedures
The following log-on procedures pertain to the countries listed on the previous pages:
First, dial up the access number provided for the specific country from the preceeding list.
When you have established a network connection you will receive the following network prompt:
Please log in:

After the prompt, type the following:
Please log in: TYMUSA

This will establish the link to TYMNET. You will then receive another prompt from TYMNET at which time you should enter your username as in the example below:
Please log in: YOURUSERNAME
COUNTRIES WITH ACCESS TO AND FROM TYMNET
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Brazil, Chile,China, Costa Rica, Curacao,
Finland , French Antilles,French Guiana ,
Gabon, Gambia, Hungary, Iceland ,Indonesia,
Iraq ,Ivory Coast, Liechtenstein,
Malaysia, Mexico, New Caledonia,New Zealand,
Norway, Portugal, Qatar,South Africa,
Thailand ,Turkey , United Arab Emirates,
USSR, Zimbabwe.
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GALAXY INFORMATION NETWORK
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Contact: Customer Service 1 (505) 881-6988 (Voice)
1 (505) 881-6964 (Data)
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STARLINK
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Contact: Customer Service 1 (505) 881-6988 (Voice)
1 (505) 881-6964 (Data)
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PC-Pursuit OutDials Originally Compiled By Ixom
+-New Jersey——————-+ +-Wisconsin——————–+
| 03110 201 00 001 1200 Baud | | 03110 414 00 020 300 Baud |
| 03110 201 00 022 2400 Baud | | 03110 414 00 021 1200 Baud |
| 03110 201 00 301 1200 Baud | | 03110 414 00 120 ???? Baud |
+-District of Columbia———+ +-California——————-+
| 03110 202 00 115 300 Baud | | 03110 415 00 005 2400 Baud |
| 03110 202 00 116 1200 Baud | | 03110 415 00 011 1200 Baud |
| 03110 202 00 117 2400 Baud | | 03110 415 00 023 ???? Baud |
+-Connecticut——————+ | 03110 415 00 108 300 Baud |
| 03110 203 00 105 2400 Baud | | 03110 415 00 109 1200 Baud |
| 03110 203 00 120 1200 Baud | | 03110 415 00 215 300 Baud |
| 03110 203 00 121 300 Baud | | 03110 415 00 216 1200 Baud |
+-Washington——————-+ | 03110 415 00 217 2400 Baud |
| 03110 206 00 205 300 Baud | | 03110 415 00 224 2400 Baud |
| 03110 206 00 206 1200 Baud | +-Oregon———————–+
| 03110 206 00 208 2400 Baud | | 03110 503 00 020 300 Baud |
+-New York———————+ | 03110 503 00 021 1200 Baud |
| 03110 212 00 028 2400 Baud | +-Arizona———————-+
| 03110 212 00 315 1200 Baud | | 03110 602 00 022 300 Baud |
+-California——————-+ | 03110 602 00 023 1200 Baud |
| 03110 213 00 023 ???? Baud | | 03110 602 00 026 2400 Baud |
| 03110 213 00 103 1200 Baud | +-Minnesota——————–+
| 03110 213 00 412 1200 Baud | | 03110 612 00 022 2400 Baud |
| 03110 213 00 413 2400 Baud | | 03110 612 00 120 300 Baud |
+-Texas————————+ | 03110 612 00 121 1200 Baud |
| 03110 214 00 022 ???? Baud | +-Massachussetts—————+
| 03110 214 00 117 300 Baud | | 03110 617 00 026 ???? Baud |
| 03110 214 00 118 1200 Baud | | 03110 617 00 311 300 Baud |
+-Pennsylvania—————–+ | 03110 617 00 313 1200 Baud |
| 03110 215 00 005 300 Baud | +-Texas————————+
| 03110 215 00 022 2400 Baud | | 03110 713 00 024 2400 Baud |
| 03110 215 00 112 1200 Baud | | 03110 713 00 113 300 Baud |
+-Ohio————————-+ | 03110 713 00 114 1200 Baud |
| 03110 216 00 020 300 Baud | +-California——————-+
| 03110 216 00 021 1200 Baud | | 03110 714 00 004 2400 Baud |
| 03110 216 00 120 2400 Baud | | 03110 714 00 023 300 Baud |
+-Colorado———————+ | 03110 714 00 024 1200 Baud |
| 03110 303 00 021 1200 Baud | | 03110 714 00 102 2400 Baud |
| 03110 303 00 114 300 Baud | | 03110 714 00 119 300 Baud |
| 03110 303 00 115 2400 Baud | | 03110 714 00 121 1200 Baud |
+-Florida———————-+ | 03110 714 00 210 300 Baud |
| 03110 305 00 120 300 Baud | | 03110 714 00 213 1200 Baud |
| 03110 305 00 121 1200 Baud | +-Utah————————-+
| 03110 305 00 122 2400 Baud | | 03110 801 00 012 2400 Baud |
+-Illinois———————+ | 03110 801 00 020 300 Baud |
| 03110 312 00 024 2400 Baud | | 03110 801 00 021 1200 Baud |
| 03110 312 00 410 300 Baud | +-Florida———————-+
| 03110 312 00 411 1200 Baud | | 03110 813 00 020 300 Baud |
+-Michigan———————+ | 03110 813 00 021 1200 Baud |
| 03110 313 00 024 2400 Baud | | 03110 813 00 124 2400 Baud |
| 03110 313 00 214 300 Baud | +-Missouri———————+
| 03110 313 00 216 1200 Baud | | 03110 816 00 104 300 Baud |
+-Missouri———————+ | 03110 816 00 113 1200 Baud |
| 03110 314 00 005 2400 Baud | +-California——————-+
| 03110 314 00 020 1200 Baud | | 03110 818 00 021 1200 Baud |
+-Alabama———————-+ +-California——————-+
| 03110 404 00 022 2400 Baud | | 03110 916 00 007 2400 Baud |
| 03110 404 00 113 300 Baud | | 03110 916 00 011 300 Baud |
| 03110 404 00 114 1200 Baud | | 03110 916 00 012 1200 Baud |
+-California——————-+ +-North Carolina—————+
| 03110 408 00 021 2400 Baud | | 03110 919 00 020 300 Baud |
| 03110 408 00 110 300 Baud | | 03110 919 00 021 1200 Baud |
| 03110 408 00 111 1200 Baud | | 03110 919 00 124 2400 Baud |
+——————————+ +——————————+

Other telenet outdials
311020600017, 311020600019, 311020600021, 311021200316,
311031400421, 311071400124, 311081600221

+-TymNet OutDials Sorted By Area Code–+——————————-Page 1-+
|NPA ST OUTDIAL CITY |NPA ST OUTDIAL CITY |
+————————————–+————————————–+
|201 NJ 03106 00 6319 Englewood Cliffs |507 MN 03106 00 1059 Rochester |
|201 NJ 03106 00 7618 Newark |508 MA 03106 00 1014 Groton |
|201 NJ 03106 00 2312 Paterson |508 MA 03106 00 1067 Leomister |
|201 NJ 03106 00 3319 Pascataway |508 MA 03106 00 531 Lowell |
|201 NJ 03106 00 6334 Red Bank |508 MA 03106 00 4001 Manchester |
|201 NJ 03106 00 4378 Union City |508 MA 03106 00 432 Marlborough |
|203 CT 03106 00 9128 Bloomfield |508 MA 03106 00 3520 Taunton |
|203 CT 03106 00 6472 Bridgeport |508 MA 03106 00 3456 Worcester |
|203 CT 03106 00 9128 Hartford |509 WA 03106 00 5298 Pullman |
|203 CT 03106 00 9126 New Haven |509 WA 03106 00 2116 Richland |
|203 CT 03106 00 7955 New London |509 WA 03106 00 8931 Yakima |
|203 CT 03106 00 9126 North Haven |512 TX 03106 00 1306 Austin |
|203 CT 03106 00 8071 Somers |512 TX 03106 00 424 Corpus Christi |
|203 CT 03106 00 9129 Stamford |512 TX 03106 00 2565 Lubbock |
|203 CT 03106 00 7962 Westport| |512 TX 03106 00 9169 San Antonio |
|205 AL 03106 00 4101 Birmingham |512 TX 03106 00 1099 Texarkana |
|205 AL 03106 00 5641 Florence |513 OH 03106 00 1785 Cincinnata |
|205 AL 03106 00 8287 Gadsden |513 OH 03106 00 9511 Dayton |
|205 AL 03106 00 1258 Huntsville |516 NY 03106 00 582 Centereach |
|205 AL 03106 00 8829 Mobile |516 NY 03106 00 9193 Hempstead |
|205 AL 03106 00 3245 Montgomery |516 NY 03106 00 582 Lake Grove |
|205 AL 03106 00 2439 Northport |516 NY 03106 00 8811 Melville |
|205 AL 03106 00 1751 Opelika |517 MI 03106 00 4766 Freeland |
|205 AL 03106 00 2439 Tuscaloosa |517 MI 03106 00 9992 Lansing |
|206 WA 03106 00 1827 Auburn |517 MI 03106 00 4766 Midland |
|206 WA 03106 00 9170 Bellevue |518 NY 03106 00 9198 Albany |
|206 WA 03106 00 2745 Bellingham |601 MS 03106 00 1953 Gulfport |
|206 WA 03106 00 773 Bremerton |601 MS 03106 00 1164 Hattiesburg |
|206 WA 03106 00 2944 Longview |601 MS 03106 00 6301 Jackson |
|206 WA 03106 00 6113 Port Angeles |601 MS 03106 00 8598 Pascagoula |
|206 WA 03106 00 9170 Seattle |601 MS 03106 00 9901 Tupelo |
|206 WA 03106 00 159 Spokane |601 MS 03106 00 4405 Vicksburg |
|206 WA 03106 00 906 Tacoma |602 AZ 03106 00 6112 Flagstaff |
|206 WA 03106 00 5447 Vancouver |602 AZ 03106 00 9532 Mesa |
|207 ME 03106 00 4217 Portland |602 AZ 03106 00 9532 Phoenix |
|208 ID 03106 00 200 Boise |602 AZ 03106 00 4751 Tucson |
|208 ID 03106 00 1023 Ceour D’Alene |602 AZ 03106 00 3530 Yuma |
|208 ID 03106 00 3660 Idaho Falls |603 NH 03106 00 4027 Manchester |
|208 ID 03106 00 5151 Twin Falls |603 NH 03106 00 1347 Nashua |
|209 CA 03106 00 3996 Fresno |603 NH 03106 00 1696 North Hampton |
|209 CA 03106 00 8629 Merced |603 NH 03106 00 1554 Peterborough |
|209 CA 03106 00 2120 Modesto |603 NH 03106 00 6651 Portsmouth |
|209 CA 03106 00 3598 Visalia |606 KY 03106 00 9987 Lexington |
|212 NY 03106 00 1059 New York |607 NY 03106 00 5312 Binghampton |
|213 CA 03106 00 9203 El Segundo |608 WI 03106 00 5314 Beloit |
|213 CA 03106 00 3173 Inglewood |608 WI 03106 00 4200 Madison |
|213 CA 03106 00 9205 Long Beach |609 NJ 03106 00 5425 Atlantic City |
|214 TX 03106 00 2948 Dallas |609 NJ 03106 00 8693 Camden |
|214 TX 03106 00 8254 McKinney |609 NJ 03106 00 8693 Pennsauken |
|214 TX 03106 00 6248 Sherman |609 NJ 03106 00 8920 Princeton |
|214 TX 03106 00 8871 Texarkana |609 NJ 03106 00 8920 South Brunswick |
|215 PA 03106 00 3432 Bethlehem |609 NJ 03106 00 730 Trenton |
|215 PA 03106 00 7057 Coatesville |609 NJ 03106 00 3847 Vineland |
|215 PA 03106 00 508 Norristown |612 MN 03106 00 3494 Minneapolis |
|215 PA 03106 00 9581 Philadelphia |612 MN 03106 00 3494 St. Paul |
|216 OH 03106 00 8740 Akron |612 MN 03106 00 8335 St. Cloud |
|216 OH 03106 00 8160 Canton |614 OH 03106 00 9347 Columbus |
|216 OH 03106 00 4222 Cleveland |615 TN 03106 00 2937 Chattanooga| |
|216 OH 03106 00 8859 Elyria |615 TN 03106 00 5720 Clarkesville |
|216 OH 03106 00 3180 Warren |615 TN 03106 00 9985 Knoxville |
|216 OH 03106 00 4909 Youngstown |615 TN 03106 00 9141 Nashville |
+————————————–+————————————–+

+-TymNet OutDials Sorted By Area Code–+——————————-Page 2-+
|NPA ST OUTDIAL CITY |NPA ST OUTDIAL CITY |
+————————————–+————————————–+
|217 IL 03106 00 1119 Danville |615 TN 03106 00 9683 Oakridge |
|217 IL 03106 00 8900 Decatur |615 TN 03106 00 9114 Sevierville |
|217 IL 03106 00 5403 Springfield |616 MI 03106 00 1014 Battle Creek |
|217 IL 03106 00 9753 Urbana |616 MI 03106 00 4231 Benton Harbor |
|218 MN 03106 00 1093 Duluth |616 MI 03106 00 4017 Grand Rapids |
|219 IN 03106 00 2444 Elkhart |616 MI 03106 00 3195 Kalamazoo |
|219 IN 03106 00 3423 Ft.Wayne |616 MI 03106 00 4357 Muskegon |
|219 IN 03106 00 2705 Gary |617 MA 03106 00 7044 Bedford |
|219 IN 03106 00 5129 South Bend |617 MA 03106 00 8796 Boston |
|301 MD 03106 00 1058 Annapolis |617 MA 03106 00 8796 Cambridge |
|301 MD 03106 00 4600 Baltimore |617 MA 03106 00 1067 Kingston |
|301 MD 03106 00 999 Cumberland |618 IL 03106 00 8910 East St. Louis |
|301 MD 03106 00 1083 Myersville |618 IL 03106 00 3001 O’Fallon |
|301 MD 03106 00 552 Rockville |619 CA 03106 00 7859 Cathredal City |
|301 MD 03106 00 1020 Salisbury |619 CA 03106 00 7859 Palm Springs |
|302 DE 03106 00 7789 Dover |619 CA 03106 00 5416 Poway |
|302 DE 03106 00 1080 Georgetown |619 CA 03106 00 9183 San Diego |
|302 DE 03106 00 1784 Newark |619 CA 03106 00 4304 Vista |
|302 DE 03106 00 1784 Willmington |702 NV 03106 00 342 Boulder City |
|303 CO 03106 00 2584 Aurora |702 NV 03106 00 2140 Carson City |
|303 CO 03106 00 2584 Boulder |702 NV 03106 00 342 Las Vegas |
|303 CO 03106 00 2584 Denver |702 NV 03106 00 2140 Reno |
|303 CO 03106 00 8737 Fort Collins |703 VA 03106 00 2262 Alexandria |
|303 CO 03106 00 6115 Grand Junction |703 VA 03106 00 2262 Arlington |
|303 CO 03106 00 7743 Greeley |703 VA 03106 00 2262 Fairfax |
|304 WV 03106 00 3431 Charleston |703 VA 03106 00 1014 Harrisonburg |
|304 WV 03106 00 1430 Huntington |703 VA 03106 00 4026 Roanoke |
|305 FL 03106 00 7123 Fort Lauderdale |704 NC 03106 00 0271 Asheville |
|305 FL 03106 00 7096 Longwood |704 NC 03106 00 6793 Charlotte |
|305 FL 03106 00 6582 Miami |704 NC 03106 00 7821 Kannapolis |
|305 FL 03106 00 7096 Orlando |707 CA 03106 00 4952 Fairfield |
|308 NE 03106 00 6997 Grand Island |707 CA 03106 00 1911 Moorpark |
|309 IL 03106 00 1149 Bloomington |707 CA 03106 00 4111 Santa Rosa |
|309 IL 03106 00 3614 Peoria| |707 CA 03106 00 3830 Vallejo |
|309 IL 03106 00 5296 Rock Isl|and |708 IL 03106 00 1094 Northfield |
|312 IL 03106 00 8257 Chicago |708 IL 03106 00 7005 Palatine |
|312 IL 03106 00 8944 Glen Ellyn |713 TX 03106 00 7758 Baytown |
|312 IL 03106 00 780 Lake Bluff |713 TX 03106 00 4562 Houston |
|313 MI 03106 00 209 Ann Arbor |714 CA 03106 00 9184 Anaheim |
|313 MI 03106 00 894 Burton |714 CA 03106 00 6294 Colton |
|313 MI 03106 00 8794 Detroit |714 CA 03106 00 4309 Diamond Bar |
|313 MI 03106 00 894 Flint |714 CA 03106 00 9184 Newport Beach |
|313 MI 03106 00 4847 Plymouth |714 CA 03106 00 6294 Riverside |
|313 MI 03106 00 4620 Port Huron |714 CA 03106 00 4447 San Clemente |
|313 MI 03106 00 3948 Southfield |714 CA 03106 00 5970 Upland |
|314 MO 03106 00 8978 Bridgeton |716 NY 03106 00 9194 Buffalo |
|314 MO 03106 00 6017 Columbia |716 NY 03106 00 6019 Pittsford |
|314 MO 03106 00 6182 Rolla |716 NY 03106 00 6019 Rochester |
|314 MO 03106 00 8978 St. Louis |717 PA 03106 00 7853 Lancaster |
|315 NY 03106 00 4710 Syracuse |717 PA 03106 00 1707 Lemoyne |
|315 NY 03106 00 1101 Utica |717 PA 03106 00 1572 Scranton |
|316 KS 03106 00 8013 Wichita |717 PA 03106 00 7941 Wilkes-Barre |
|317 IN 03106 00 9349 Indianapolis |719 CO 03106 00 2660 Denver |
|317 IN 03106 00 2646 Kokomo |801 UT 03106 00 801 Salt Lake City |
|317 IN 03106 00 4632 Marion |803 SC 03106 00 9907 Charleston |
|317 IN 03106 00 5032 Muncie |803 SC 03106 00 9993 Columbia |
|318 LA 03106 00 8525 Lafayette |803 SC 03106 00 9074 Greenville |
|318 LA 03106 00 4233 Lake Charles |803 SC 03106 00 9912 Myrtle Beach |
|401 RI 03106 00 9130 Providence |804 VA 03106 00 8215 Hampton |
|402 NE 03106 00 9856 Lincoln |804 VA 03106 00 2839 Lynchburg |
|402 NE 03106 00 2521 Omaha |804 VA 03106 00 7339 Midlothian |
+————————————–+————————————–+

+-TymNet OutDials Sorted By Area Code–+——————————-Page 3-+
|NPA ST OUTDIAL CITY |NPA ST OUTDIAL CITY |
+————————————–+————————————–+
|404 GA 03106 00 4829 Athens |804 VA 03106 00 8459 Newport News |
|404 GA 03106 00 8795 Atlanta |804 VA 03106 00 6986 Norfolk |
|404 GA 03106 00 4752 Columbus |804 VA 03106 00 1931 Petersburg |
|404 GA 03106 00 8795 Doraville |804 VA 03106 00 6986 Portsmouth |
|404 GA 03106 00 8795 Marietta |804 VA 03106 00 413 Richmond |
|404 GA 03106 00 0433 Martinez |804 VA 03106 00 4557 Williamsburg |
|404 GA 03106 00 8795 Norcross |805 CA 03106 00 3664 Bakersfield |
|404 GA 03106 00 1386 Rome |805 CA 03106 00 5991 Lancaster |
|405 OK 03106 00 1081 Enid |805 CA 03106 00 6116 Los Alamos |
|405 OK 03106 00 9165 Oklahoma City |805 CA 03106 00 5134 Moorpark |
|406 MT 03106 00 3740 Great Falls |805 CA 03106 00 4112 Port Hueneme |
|406 MT 03106 00 3504 Billings |805 CA 03106 00 2979 San Luis Obispo |
|407 FL 03106 00 5656 Boca Raton |805 CA 03106 00 6295 Santa Barbera |
|407 FL 03106 00 3720 Cocoa |805 CA 03106 00 6116 Santa Maria |
|407 FL 03106 00 5656 Delray Beach |806 TX 03106 00 8736 Amarillo |
|407 FL 03106 00 4701 Fort Pierce |806 TX 03106 00 4435 Lubbock |
|407 FL 03106 00 9900 Kissimmee |812 IN 03106 00 9323 Bloomington |
|407 FL 03106 00 9902 Port St. Lucie |812 IN 03106 00 3426 Evansville |
|407 FL 03106 00 9902 Stuart |813 FL 03106 00 4637 Clearwater |
|407 FL 03106 00 6181 Vero Beach |813 FL 03106 00 9453 Fort Meyers |
|407 FL 03106 00 3326 West Palm Beach |813 FL 03106 00 116 Naples |
|408 CA 03106 00 5379 Monterey |813 FL 03106 00 5518 Tampa |
|408 CA 03106 00 3655 Salinas |814 PA 03106 00 3338 Erie |
|408 CA 03106 00 6450 San Jose |814 PA 03106 00 3765 State College |
|408 CA 03106 00 3182 Santa Cruz |815 IL 03106 00 4144 Bradley |
|409 TX 03106 00 4497 Bryan |815 IL 03106 00 2514 Freeport |
|412 PA 03106 00 4153 Greensburg |815 IL 03106 00 6048 Rockford |
|412 PA 03106 00 7851 New Castle |817 TX 03106 00 9337 Arlington |
|412 PA 03106 00 7408 Pittsburgh |817 TX 03106 00 5990 Denton |
|413 MA 03106 00 3948 Springfield |817 TX 03106 00 9337 Fort Worth |
|414 WI 03106 00 8868 Appleton |817 TX 03106 00 9861 Killeen |
|414 WI 03106 00 9167 Brookfield |817 TX 03106 00 4687 Temple |
|414 WI 03106 00 3421 Green Bay |817 TX 03106 00 9859 Waco |
|414 WI 03106 00 9167 Milwaukee |817 TX 03106 00 6862 Wichita Falls |
|414 WI 03106 00 5966 Oskosh |818 CA 03106 00 9204 Alhambra |
|415 CA 03106 00 7399 Fremont |818 CA 03106 00 2841 Burbank |
|415 CA 03106 00 8963 Oakland |818 CA 03106 00 9204 Pasadena |
|415 CA 03106 00 9202 Pleasanton |818 CA 03106 00 9206 Sherman Oaks |
|415 CA 03106 00 9182 Redwood City |901 TN 03106 00 3175 Jackson |
|415 CA 03106 00 9533 San Francisco |901 TN 03106 00 1551 Memphis |
|415 CA 03106 00 8094 San Rafael |904 FL 03106 00 5797 Jacksonville |
|415 CA 03106 00 3486 So. San Francisco|904 FL 03106 00 7220 Ocala |
|415 CA 03106 00 9202 Walnut Creek |904 FL 03106 00 1069 Ormond Beach |
|417 MO 03106 00 1928 Joplin |904 FL 03106 00 3193 Pensacola |
|419 OH 03106 00 6022 Mansfield |904 FL 03106 00 3192 Tallahassee |
|419 OH 03106 00 1190 Toledo |913 KS 03106 00 8615 Mission |
|501 AK 03106 00 7374 Fayetteville |913 KS 03106 00 3416 Salina |
|501 AK 03106 00 1297 Fort Smith |913 KS 03106 00 1672 Topeka |
|501 AK 03106 00 2725 Hot Springs |914 NY 03106 00 8861 Kingston |
|501 AK 03106 00 1069 Little Rock |914 NY 03106 00 1061 New City |
|502 KY 03106 00 3718 Frankfort |914 NY 03106 00 8571 White Plains |
|502 KY 03106 00 8678 Louisville |915 TX 03106 00 6980 Abilene |
|503 OR 03106 00 8603 Corvallis |915 TX 03106 00 210 El Paso |
|503 OR 03106 00 9857 Eugene |915 TX 03106 00 2326 Midland |
|503 OR 03106 00 9164 Portland |916 CA 03106 00 7801 Chico |
|503 OR 03106 00 3174 Salem |916 CA 03106 00 9179 Sacramento |
|504 LA 03106 00 6999 Baton Rouge |918 OK 03106 00 6605 Tulsa |
|504 LA 03106 00 9694 New Orleans |919 NC 03106 00 9986 Durham |
|504 LA 03106 00 1040 Slidell |919 NC 03106 00 1100 Fayetteville |
|505 NM 03106 00 661 Albuquerque |919 NC 03106 00 2964 Greensboro |
|505 NM 03106 00 6630 Las Cruces |919 NC 03106 00 9324 Rocky Mount |
|505 NM 03106 00 4604 Santa Fe |919 NC 03106 00 8739 Winston Salem |
+————————————–+————————————–+

Instructions for TymNet OutDials:
For example, if you wish to connect with the outdial port in Norfolk, Virginia
you would enter Username:6896;password. The following information would then
be displayed:

TYMNET ASYNC OUTDIAL 6986 (804) 857 NORFOLK , VA

>

At the “>” prompt, you may type “help” and receive the following screen:

>help
Set [Half] [Rxon] [Xon] [Even|Space] [Crdelay]
Half – sets half-duplex communications. Default is full-duplex.
Xon – sets flow control for data you send. Default is no xon.
Rxon – sets flow control for data you receive. Default is no rxon.
Even – sets even parity for data sent. Default is no parity.
Space – sets space parity for data sent. Default is no parity.
Crdelay – set printer carriage return delay. Default is no delay.
Bps [300|1200|2400]
Sets one of the baud rates indicated above. Default is 2400 bps.
Dial [Tone] [Pulse] {phone number}
Dials the requested phone number. Parameters are:
Tone – activates touch-tone dialing. Default is tone.
Pulse – activates pulse dialing.
Optional commas – provide a one second pause. Default is no pause.
Retry – Redials last phone number.
Logout – Exits Outdial.
Help or ? – Prints this screen.

NOTES: * Dialed number need not be preceded by “9”.
* In some locations, long-distance numbers must be preceded by “1”.

If, at this point, you wish to connect with a BBS whose phone number is,
for example, 555-1212, you would enter at the “>” prompt, the string
“d 5551212”. This causes the outdial modem to dial the number and connect
you at 2400 bps. If the host BBS only has 1200 bps modems, you would need
to first enter “bps 1200” at the “>” prompt. This sets the outdial modem
to call the host at 1200 bps rather than 2400 bsp.

If the BBS is busy you will usually receive a “BUSY” indicator, at which
point you can type “r” to redial the number or “logout” to disconnect and
return to the “please log in” prompt. At the “please log in” prompt, you
may simply disconnect.

What does the connect string mean?

TYMNET ASYNC OUTDIAL 6986 (804) 857 NORFOLK , VA

: : :
Outdial Port # Area Code Local exchange

TymNet permits you to make long distance calls from the outdial port.
You can determine if a BBS can be reached with a local call from an outdial
port by calling the operator in the destination city and asking if it is a
local call from the exchange. For example: Virginia Beach exchange 495 is
a local call from Norfolk exchange 857. If the BBS is outside the local
dialing area, you can still reach it by putting a “1” in front of the
number at the “>” prompt. Example: “d 15551212”. ALL LONG DISTANCE TOLL
CHARGES WILL BE CHARGED TO YOU!

ERROR MESSAGES AND PROBABLE CAUSES

The following are common error messages and some causes:

HOST OUT OF PORTS
All available outdial modems at the outdial city are in use.

BUSY
The host BBS’s phone lines are all busy.

CALL FAILED FOR UNKNOWN REASON
Usually indicates that a voice answered the phone call. Call the number by
voice to determine if it is still a viable number.

Can also be caused by low quality modem on the BBS or the BBS only
operating at 1200 bps. Try the “bps 1200” cure mentioned above.

Can also mean the BBS has all lines in use and the modem did not detect the busy signal.

MODEM TIMED ITSELF OUT – CALL CUSTOMER SERVICE
Modem malfunction or all BBS lines are busy. Please report this to TYMNET at 800-336-0149 immediately.

SUGGESTIONS

There are some methods you can use to improve the TymNet service from your end. The two most common complaints and the easiest to cure are file transfer speedups and interactive response speedups.

To improve file transfers:

Enter a control-V before typing in your TymNet username. Example: “STA000000;password”. This means hold down your control key and tap the “V” key before entering your Username. This opens up the band width and improves transfer time.

To improve interactive response time:

Enter a control-I before your TymNet username. Example:
” STA000000;password”. Enter this the same way as the example above and the response time through the network will be faster. Perfect for chatting or e-mail, etc.

Members calling a 2400 Baud BBS using a 1200 Baud modem can improve file transfers and reduce error messages by putting control-X control-R before the Username when logging on to the network. This enables X-on, X-off flow control and prevents the BBS from sending data to you faster than you can accept it. Never use Control-X, Control-R together with
Control-V. It will really make a mess of things.

FILE TRANSFERS

Almost all BBS software requires that you transfer files at 8 data bits, No parity and 1 stop bit. If you are having trouble with file transfers this will usually be the problem. If you cannot access the network from your local number at 8-N-1 and must log on at 7-E-1, have your software switch to 8-N-1 after you have entered the “>d #######” command and before the BBS connects. Some BBS software doesn’t care what settings you use until you try to transfer a file. To prevent wasting valuable network time, it’s
best to assume that you need 8-N-1 and change to that setting prior to attempting a transfer. Please be sure that if you have striped your high bits, you now turn them back on before transfers!

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Datapac Outdials Accessable from Tymnet:
Dialing instructions are available at the site.

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3020 6920 0902 ( 300 baud)(204, Manitoba,Winnipeg)
3020 6920 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 7210 0900 ( 300 baud)(306, Saskatchewan,Regina)
3020 7210 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 7110 0900 ( 300 baud)(306, Saskatchewan, Saskatoon)
3020 7110 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 6330 0900 ( 300 baud)(403, Alberta, Calgary)
3020 6630 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 5870 0900 ( 300 baud)(403, Alberta, Edmonton)
3020 5870 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 9160 0901 ( 300 baud) (416, Ontario, Toronto)
3020 9160 0902 (1200 baud)
3020 3850 0900 ( 300 baud) (416, Ontario, Hamilton)
3020 3850 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 7460 0900 ( 300 baud) (506, Brunswick, Saint john)
3020 7460 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 8270 0902 ( 300 baud) (514, Quebec, Montreal)
3020 8270 0903 (1200 baud)
3020 3560 0900 ( 300 baud) (519, Ontatio, London)
3020 3560 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 2950 0900 ( 300 baud) (519, Ontario, Windsor)
3020 2950 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 3340 0900 ( 300 baud) (519, Ontario,Kitchener)
3020 3340 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 6710 0900 ( 300 baud) (604, British Col, Vancouver)
3020 6710 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 8570 0901 ( 300 baud) (613, Quebec, Ottawa)
3020 8570 0902 (1200 baud)
3020 3850 0900 ( 300 baud) (613, Ontatio,Hamilton)
3020 3850 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 7810 0900 ( 300 baud) (709, Brunswick, St. John’s)
3020 7810 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 7610 1900 ( 300 baud) (902, Nova Scotia, Halifax)
3020 7610 1901 (1200 baud)
3020 3850 0900 ( 300 baud) (416, Ontario,Hamilton)
3020 3850 0901 (1200 baud)
3020 9190 0900 ( 300 baud) (???, ???????, Clarkson)
3020 9190 0901 (1200 baud)

Country and system DNIC codes, compiled by Digital-demon.
Note that many countries have multiple systems and so even multiple DNIC codes for the supposedly same system. The Network names may not be the correct ones, but they are the ones listed throughout the systems. I have come upon multiple names for the same systems in some cases and have decided on using one of the two or more. I apologize if this creates any confusion.

COUNTRY NETWORK DNIC
——- ——- —-
ANDORA ANDORPAC 2945
ANTIGUA AGANET 3443
ARGENTINA ARPAC 7220
ARPAC 7222
AUSTRIA DATEX-P 2322
DATEX-P TTX 2323
RA 2329
AUSTRALIA AUSTPAC 5052
OTC DATA ACCESS 5053
AUSTPAC 5054
BAHAMAS BATELCO 3640
BAHRAIN BAHNET 4263
BARBADOS IDAS 3423
BELGIUM DCS 2062
DCS 2068
DCS 2069
BERMUDA BERMUDANET 3503
BRAZIL INTERDATA 7240
RENPAC 7241
RENPAC 7248
RENPAC 7249
CAMEROON CAMPAC 6242
CANADA DATAPAC 3020
GLOBEDAT 3025
INFOGRAM 3028
INFOSWITCH 3029
CAYMAN ISLANDS IDAS 3463
CHAD CHAD 6222
CHANNEL IS PSS 2342
CHILE ENTEL 7302
CHILE-PAC 7303
VTRNET 7305
ENTEL 7300
CHINA PTELCOM 4600
COLOMBIA COLDAPAQ 7322
COSTA RICA RACSAPAC 7120
RACSAPAC 7122
RACSAPAC 7128
RACSAPAC 7129
CURACAU UDTS 3400
CYPRUS CYTAPAC 2802
CYTAPAC 2807
CYTAPAC 2808
CYTAPAC 2809
DENMARK DATAPAK 2382
DATAPAK 2383
DJIBOUTI STIPAC 6382
DOMINICAN REP. UDTS-I 3701
EGYPT ARENTO 6020
FINLAND DATAPAK 2441
DATAPAK 2442
DIGIPAK 2443
FRANCE TRANSPAC 2080
NTI 2081
TRANSPAC 2089
TRANSPAC 9330
TRANSPAC 9331
TRANSPAC 9332
TRANSPAC 9333
TRANSPAC 9334
TRANSPAC 9335
TRANSPAC 9336
TRANSPAC 9337
TRANSPAC 9338
TRANSPAC 9339
FR ANTILLIES TRANSPAC 2080
FR GUIANA TRANSPAC 2080
DOMPAC 7420
FR POLYNESIA TOMPAC 5470
GABON GABONPAC 6282
GERMANY F.R. DATEX-P 2624
DATEX-C 2627
GREECE HELPAK 2022
HELLASPAC 2023
GREENLAND KANUPAX 2901
GUADELOUPE DOMPAC 3400
GUAM LSDS-RCA 5350
PACNET 5351
GUATEMALA GUATEL 7040
GUATEL 7043
HONDURAS HONDUTEL 7080
HONDUTEL 7082
HONDUTEL 7089
HONG KONG INTELPAK 4542
DATAPAK 4545
INET HK 4546
HUNGARY DATEX-P 2160
DATEX-P 2161
ICELAND ICEPAK 2740
INDIA GPSS 4042
INDONESIA SKDP 5101
IRELAND EIRPAC 2721
EIRPAC 2724
ISRAEL ISRANET 4251
ITALY DARDO 2222
ITAPAC 2227
IVORY COAST SYTRANPAC 6122
JAMAICA JAMINTEL 3380
JAPAN GLOBALNET 4400
DDX 4401
NIS-NET 4406
VENUS-P 4408
VENUS-P 9955
VENUS-C 4409
KOREA REP DACOM-NET 4501
DNS 4503
KUWAIT BAHNET 4263
LEBANON SODETEL 4155
LUXEMBOURG LUXPAC 2704
LUXPAC 2709
MACAU MACAUPAC 4550
MALAYSIA MAYPAC 5021
MARTININQUE DOMPAC 3400
MAURITIUS MAURIDATA 6170
MEXICO TELEPAC 3340
MOROCCO MOROCCO 6040
NETHERLANDS DATANET-1 2040
DATANET-1 2041
DABAS 2044
DATANET-1 2049
N. MARIANAS PACNET 5351
NEW CALEDONIA TOMPAC 5460
NEW ZEALAND PACNET 5301
NIGER NIGERPAC 6142
NORWAY DATAPAC TTX 2421
DATAPAK 2422
DATAPAC 2423
PANAMA INTELPAQ 7141
INTELPAQ 7142
PERU DICOTEL 7160
PHILIPPINES CAPWIRE 5150
CAPWIRE 5151
PGC 5152
GMCR 5154
ETPI 5156
PORTUGAL TELEPAC 2680
SABD 2682
PUERTO RICO UDTS 3300
UDTS 3301
QATAR DOHPAC 4271
REUNION (FR) TRANSPAC 2080
DOMPAC 6470
RWANDA RWANDA 6352
SAN MARINO X-NET 2922
SAUDI ARABIA ALWASEED 4201
SENEGAL SENPAC 6081
SINGAPORE TELEPAC 5252
TELEPAC 5258
ITELPAK 4542
SOUTH AFRICA SAPONET 6550
SAPONET 6551
SAPONET 6559
SOUTH KOREA DACOM-NET 4501
SPAIN TIDA 2141
IBERPAC 2145
SWEDEN DATAPAK TTX 2401
DATAPAK-1 2402
DATAPAK-2 2403
TELEPAK 2405
SWITZERLAND TELEPAC 2284
TELEPAC 2289
TAIWAN PACNET 4872
PACNET 4873
UDAS 4877
THAILAND THAIPAC 5200
IDAR 5201
TOGOLESE REP. TOGOPAC 6152
TORTOLA IDAS 3483
TRINIDAD DATANETT 3745
TEXTET 3740
TUNISIA RED25 6050
TURKEY TURPAC 2862
TURPAC 2863
TURKS&CAICOS IDAS 3763
U ARAB EMIRATES EMDAN 4241
EMDAN 4243
TEDAS 4310
URUGUAY URUPAC 7482
URUPAC 7489
USSR IASNET 2502
U.S. VIRGIN I UDTS 3320
U. KINGDOM IPSS-BTI 2341
PSS-BT 2342
MERCURY 2350
MERCURY 2351
HULL 2352
USA AUTONET 3126
COMPUSERVE 3132
FTCC 3124
ITT/UDTS 3103/310
MARKET 3136
RCA/LSDS 3113
TELENET 3110/312
TRT-DTAPAK 3119
TYMNET 3106
UNINET 3125
WUI-DBS 3104
WUTCO 3101
YUGOSLAVIA YUGOPAC 2201
ZIMBABWE ZIMNET 6482

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ALTERNATIVE DATA
NUA: 234222400127
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THE PAKR
NUA:234222400127
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BRIGHTON POLYTECHNIC
NUA: 234270500115
—————————————-
BRITISH LIBRARY
NUA:2342227900102 (Blaise-Line)
310600128800 (Blaise-Link)
————————————–
THE BRITISH LIBRARY
NUA: 234293765265
—————————————-
BRITISH MARITIME TECHNOLOGY (LIMITED)
Davy Bank Industrial Estate
Wallsend Research Station,
NUA: 234263200106
—————————————-
CABLE AND WIRELESS EASYLINK LTD
Mercury House
NUA: 234218400120
—————————————-
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY COMPUTING SERVICE
NUA: 234222339399
—————————————-
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM POLYTECHNIC
NUA: 234221200114
—————————————-
CODUS LIMITED
NUA: 234274200103
—————————————-
COMNET GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS LTD
NUA:234213401278
234213401277
—————————————
COMPU-MARK (UK) LTD
PSS NUA: 23421230024700
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COUNTING HOUSE COMPUTER SYSTEMS (1984) LTD
NUA: 2342284001440
—————————————-
DATABASE SYSTEMS (GB) LTD
NUA: 234258200103
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DATASOLVE LTD
NUA: 234213300124
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DATEMA LIMITED
NUA: 234227200147
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DIALOG
NUA:23421230012011 (Dialnet)
23421230012013 (Dialmail)
3106900803 (Tymnet)
3106900061 (Tymnet)
3110415000200 (Telenet)
3110415000480 (Telenet)
3110213001700 (Telenet)
3110213002360 (Telenet)
312541500007 (Uninet)
312541500008 (Uninet)
3125415000027 (Uninet)
—————————————–
DILLON COMPUTING LIMITED
NUA: 234227230231
—————————————-
DRI EUROPE LTD
NUA:234219201105
3106900788
3106900218
—————————————-
DUN AND BRADSTREET
NUA: 234289500108
—————————————-
DYNATECH
NUA: 234270712221
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EDINBURGH REGIONAL
NUA: 234231354354
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THE ELECTRONIC MAIL COMPANY LTD
NUA: 23428440010500
23428440010501
23428440010502
23428440010503
23428440010504
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ENGINEERING INFORMATION COMPANY LTD
NUA 23421338012200
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ESSEX UNIVERSITY
NUA: 234220641141
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EXIS LIMITED
NUA: 234232500124
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FINSBURY DATA SERVICES LTD
NUA: 234219200101
————————————–,
NUA: 234274900101
————————————–
GSI (UK) LTD
NUA: 234227600139
————————————–
HATFIELD POLYTECHNIC
NUA: 234270712217
————————————–
HIGH LEVEL HARDWARE LIMITED
NUA: 23422350010999
————————————–
HUDDERSFIELD POLYTECHNIC
NUA: 234227400101
————————————–
INTERSCAN COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS LTD
NUA: 234275300124
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IRS DIALTECH
NUA: 234219201156
————————————-
ISTEL LIMITED
NUA: 234252724241
————————————-
KENT UNIVERSITY
NUA: 234222715151
————————————
KODA ONLINE
NUA: 234262200114 KODA
228468114080 EKOL (SWITZERLAND)
————————————
KOREAN BITNET
NUA: 4501201010100
—————————————
KOREAN PC-SERVE
NUA: 4501981
4501982
—————————————
LOCKHEED CORPORATION (INTERNATIONAL) S.A.
NUA: 234212300120
————————————–
LONGMAN CARTERMILL LIMITED
NUA: 234233400101
—————————————
MEAD DATA CENTRAL INTERNATIONAL
NUA: 234219200171
—————————————
MEJ ELECTRONICS LTD
NUA: 234275300131
————————————–
NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE UNIVERSITY
NUA: 234263259159
————————————–
NIXDORF COMPUTER
NUA: 234274200127
————————————-
OCLC EUROPE
NUA: 234221200145
————————————-
ONE TO ONE
NUA: 234212301281
————————————-
P&O EUROPEAN FERRIES
NUA: 234230415150
————————————-
PERGAMON ORBIT INFOLINE LTD
NUA:234284400162
3106009211 (Tymnet)
311070300141 (Telenet)
————————————-
PLESSEY CONTROLS LIMITED
NUA: 234219201002
————————————
PRAXIS SYSTEMS PLC
NUA: 234222500101
————————————-
SALFORD UNIVERSITY
NUA: 23426164321090
————————————-
SCICON LIMITED
NUA: 234290840111
————————————-
NUA: 234250600119
————————————
NUA: 234219200203
————————————-
SIA COMPUTER SERVICES
NUA: 234219200394
————————————-
THE SOFTWARE FORGE
NUA: 234273400156
————————————-
Bath University
NUA: 234222530303
————————————
THE STOCK EXCHANGE
NUA: 23421920010300
———————————–
STRATHCLYDE UNIVERSITY
NUA: 23424126010604
————————————
TELEFILE COMPUTER PRODUCTS LTD
NUA: 23427531732700
————————————
NUA: 23421230021001
————————————
T T INTERNATIONAL
NUA: 234218800168
————————————
UNI-NET
NUA: 655011101207 LOGIN: UNINET
PASS:NEW
————————————–
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON
NUA: 234219200300
————————————
UNIVERSITY OF WALES INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
NUA: 234222236236
—————————————-
WEATHERBYS
NUA: 23426040010500
—————————————
WILTEK (UK) LTD
NUA: 234213300104
—————————————
WOLVERHAMPTON POLYTECHNIC
NUA: 234290200107
—————————————
BIX-LIKE SYSTEM
NUA: 45890010006
login: guest
—————————————
Prestel
NUA: 23411002002017
ID: 4444444444
pass:4444
A23411002002018
—————————————
MEP
NUA: 22846911003
login: cia0543
password: guest
—————————————
EMPAL BBS
NUA: 12210613300
————————————–
OAG
NUA: 311031200159
————————————–
PRIME
NUA: 302031400124
—————————————
QUICK BROWN FOX
NUA: 228462100990
—————————————
GENIE
NUA: 3136900
—————————————
CALVACOM (in french)
NUA: 208075111
login: NOUVEAU or NEW
—————————————
BAHAMIN TELEPHONENUA: 302079100900
—————————————-
MINITEL
NUA: 208075040390
—————————————-
TCICS
NUA: 44013612065
<3 returns>
login: guest or login: postcard
—————————————
CIS
NUA: 311020200202
3106*DCIS02
————————————–
HEBREW UNIVERSITY
NUA: 452120000113
—————————————-
CHAT SYSTEM
NUA: 2624521090832
—————————————

Well I think that is enough for the first installment of packet networks. For those of you confused on the use of any part of this text please contact me, Digital-demon, at THE MATRIX BBS 1-908-905-6691 or 1-201-905-6691.

Remember, the information presented within this text is for information purposes only, this author will NOT be held responsible for an actions by anyone other than himself. I hope it was as informational to you as it was to me when I was compiling this text.

Greets to my friends and allies in this dangerous world: Tal Meta, Midnite Raider, CyberSage, Rat Fink, Sir Hairy Legg/Leech, Cool One, Pulsar-Nova, Kludge, D_Flatline, and everyone else on QSD that has helped me in this endevor.

By the way, anyone interested in finding tons of information on packet entworks should check out the subs devoted to them on BIX and some of the larger networks, they were very informative.

“Death Rules the World, Let the DEVIL beware, and let GOD weep.” _-Tensen Darquist

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A Good amount of general Telenet Information

<1>Directory Of System
<2>Terminal ID’s
<3>Dialup Numbers
<4>Hacking Telenet
<5>Datapac/Telenet
<6>Sales Offices
<7>Access Via Telex
<8>Intl Telenet(X.21)
<->PREVIOUS MENU

Command: 2

==)— P TO PAUSE S TO STOP —(==



“TELENET TERMINAL IDENTIFIERS”
——————————

THIS IS A LIST OF THE TERMINAL IDENTIFIERS FOR TELENET AND THE SYSTEM TYPES THEY REPRESENT. REMEMBER WHEN YOU FIRST LOGON THE INITIAL (FIRST) QUESTION ASKED IS:
TERMINAL=

THIS LIST SHOULD PROVIDE YOU WITH ALL KNOW AVAILABLE TERMINAL TYPES. YOU MAY WISH TO MAKE NOTE THAT PERSONAL COMPUTERS USUALLY USE THE IDENTIFIER D1.

D1 ADDS CONSUL 520, 580, 980
D1 ADDS ENVOY 620 REGENT SERIES
A1 ATLANTHUS DATA TERMINAL T-133
A8 ” ” T-300
A3 ” ” T-1200
A2 ATLANTHUS MINITERM
D1 AM-JAQUARD AMTEXT 510
D1 ANDERSON JACOBSON 510
B1 ” ” 630
B3 ” ” 830, 832
B5 ” ” 860
D1 APPLE II
D1 ATARI 400, 800, 800XL
D1 AT&T DATASPEED 40, 40/1, 40/2, 43
D1 BEEHIVE MINIBEE, MICROBEE, SUPERBEE
A8 CENTRONICS 761
D1 COMMODORE/PET
D1 COMPU-COLOR II
A2 COMPUTER DEVICES CDI 1030
A8 ” ” TELETERM 1132
A2 ” ” MINITERM 1200 SERIESM
A2 COMPUTER TRANCIEVER EXECUPORT 300
A9 ” ” 1200
A8 ” ” 4000
D1 CPT 6000, 8000
D1 DATAMEDIA ELITE
D1 DATAPOINT 1500, 1800, 2200, 3000, 3300, 3600, 3800
A1 DATA PRODUCTS PORTATERM
B3 DATA TERMINAL AND COMMUNICATIONS DTC 300, 302
B3 DIABLO HYTERM
D1 DIGILOG 33 & TELECOMPUTER II
A8 DEC LA35 & LA36 (DEC II)
A8 DEC LA120 (DEC II)
D1 DEC VT50, VT52, VT100, WS78, WS200
B3 GENCOMM SYSTEMS 300
A5 GE TERNINET 30
A4 ” ” 300
A3 ” ” 120, 1200
D1 GE TERMINAL GT-100A, GT-101, GT-110
D1 HAZELTINE 1500, 1400, 2000
D1 HP 2640 SERIES
D1 IBM 3101
D1 INFORMER 1304, D304
. INFOTON 100, 200, 400, VISTAR
. INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS INTECOLOR
. TERTEC INTERTUBE II
. LANIER WP
. LSI ADM SERIES
. LEXITRON 1202, 1303
A2 MEMOREX1240
D1 MICOM 2000, 2001
D1 NBI 3000
A2 NCR 260
D1 PERKIN ELMER MODEL 1100, OWL, BANTAM
A8 ” ” CAROUSEL 300 SERIES
D1 TRS-80
D1 RESEARCH INC., TELERAY
D1 TEKTRONIX 4002, 4024
A1 TELETYPE MODELS 33, 35
D1 ” ” 40
B3 ” ” 43
D1 ” ” 40/1, 40/2, 40/3
A7 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 725
A2 ” ” 733
A6 ” ” 735
D1 ” ” 743, 745, 763, 765
B3 ” ” 820
D1 ” ” 99/4
B1 TRENDATA 4000 (ASCII)
A2 TYMSHARE 110, 212
A8 ” ” 315
B3 ” ” 325
B4 UNIVAC DCT 500
D1 WANG 20, 25, 30, 015, 130, 145
A1 WESTERN UNION EDT 33, 35
A3 ” ” 300
A4 ” ” 1200
D1 XEROX 800, 850, 860
B3 XEROX 1700
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<1>Directory Of System
<2>Terminal ID’s
<3>Dialup Numbers
<4>Hacking Telenet
<5>Datapac/Telenet
<6>Sales Offices
<7>Access Via Telex
<8>Intl Telenet(X.21)
<->PREVIOUS MENU

Command: 1

==)— P TO PAUSE S TO STOP —(==

Telenet Directory By:

<*>

LOCAL ACCESS NUMBER: 304-345-6471

C 110021 UNIVAC

C 10327

C 20120 VM 370 ONLINE

C 20124

C 20125 NJIT ELECTRONIC INFORMATION EXCHANGE SYSTEM

C 20130

C 20133

C 20136

C 20138

C 20148

C 20154

C 20165

C 20166

C 20167 WARNER COMPUTER SYSTEMS

C 20168 WARNER COMPUTER SYSTEMS

C 20171

C 20182 BANKERS TRUST CUSTOMER SERVICE

C 20184

C 20186

C 20188 DUNN & BRADSTREET

C 20225 COMSHARE

C 202O27

C 20221 SCIENTIFIC TIME SHARING

C 20220 TOPS-20

C 20222 BANKERS TRUST

C 20225 COMSHARE “COMMANDER II”

C 20226

C 20230 TIMESHARING

C 20232 TIMESHARING

C 20246

C 20247 GSD TIMESHARING

C 20249 WYLBUR

C 20264

C 20266

C 20270 GSD TIMESHARING

C 20286

C 202067

C 202124 GENERAL MOTORS WARREN

C 202133

C 202138 (TYPE .HELP *)

C 202139 (TYPE .HELP *)

C 202140 (TYPE .HELP *)

C 202143

C 202144 (TYPE .HELP *)

C 202148

C 202149

C 202175 HONEYWELL

C 202202 COMPUSTORE

C 202214 PRIMENET

C 202218 PRIMENET

C 202222 GM PARTS

C 202229 PRIMENET

C 20247

C 20321 WYLBUR

C 20364

C 20420 STAMFORD

C 20423 UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA

C 20424 UNIVERSITY`OF ALBERTA TEST

C 20430 VM/270

C 20436 UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY

C 20447 UTCS DATAPAC

C 20451

C 20459 PRIMENET

C 20461 CYBERSHARE

C 20653 MILTEN

C 21216 D&B

C 21221 PRIMNET 19. 2. 7 SYSA

C 21222 VM/CMS SYSTEM 0

C 21224 PRIMENET 19. 3-EVB SYS0

C 21225 INTERACTIVE MARKET SYSTEMS

C 21226 INTERACTIVE MARKET SYSTEMS

C 21228 BURROUGHS NYC DATA CENTER

C 21229 LANDART SYSTEMS

C 21230 PRIMNET 19. 2. 7 SYSD

C 21231 E.F.HUTTON VM/CMS

C 21233 VM/CMS

C 21235 IBISM ELECTRONIC VILLAGE “?” FOR HELP

C 21241 IFI CITI RSTS (CITIBANK) V7. 0-08

C 21244 IS4000 INT’L 4 (CITIBANK)

C 21245 IS4000 INT’L 3 (CITIBANK)

C 21247

C 21248 ENERGY TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM N.Y.

C 21250 GROUP FINANCE SYSTEM (NET OF VAX’S)

C 21252 PRIMNET 19. 3. 3 SYSA

C 21253 VM/370 ONLINE

C 21255 IS4000 INT’L 2 (CITIBANK)

C 21256 CITIBANK CASH MANAGER IS4000

C 21260 CITICASH MANAGER INTERNATIONAL IS4000

C 21264 CITICASH MANAGER INTERNATIONAL IS4000 INT’L 1

C 21265 CITICASH MANAGER INTERNATIONAL IS4000 INT’L 2

C 21266 CITICASH PW=CITICASH.BIMA ACCT=6425 OPTION=FREE

C 21267 IS4000 INT’L 3 (CITIBANK)

C 21268 IS4000 INT’L 4 (CITIBANK)

C 21269

C 21270 A TSO (IBM TIMESHARING OPTION)

C 21273

C 21281 BANKERS TRUST CUSTOMER SERVICE

C 21284 DATAMOR TIME SHARING

C 21285 BITSHARE A TOPS 20 (DEC 20)

C 21286 ” ”

C 21287 IS4000 INT’L 6 (CITIBANK)

C 21288 S-K WDC SYSTEM 1/ONLINE

C 21289 IFI RSTS V7. 0-08

C 212111 VM/CMS

C 212112 VM/CMS

C 212113 IS4000 NAT’L 2 (CITIBANK)

C 212119 VM/CMS

C 212121 NAT’L 2 (CITIBANK)

C 212122 VM/CMS

C 212126 AMERICAN EXPRESS CORP. INFO SYSTEM. A NODE OF 2 DEC 20’S, A CMS, AN ASCII EMULATOR AND A CDN.

C 212128 VM/CMS

C 212129 VM/CMS

C 212131 VM/CMS

C 212132 VM/CMS

C 212133 TOBAS VAX SKVAX2 (I THINK THIS IS A BIG BANK I SIGNED ON IT AND SAW SOME CHECK TRANSFERS FROM CHASE MANHATTAN AND LLYODS FOR $80 MILLION +

C 212135 A CIS (AN IBM INTERFACE FOR DATABASE +) TRY HELP, ON AN ADDS TYPE TERMINAL.

C 212136 (TYPE NEW/TSC)

C 212137 PRIMNET 19. 3. 2. R5. SAL. V2 XNY

C 212139 INSTINET

C 212141 TELENET INFO & OR MAIL SYSTEMS

C 212142 ” ”

C 212143 PRIMENET 18. 5. 8. GJL SYSB

C 212145 VAX

C 212146 VAX

C 212148

C 212150 ADS SYSTEMS

C 212151 CITICASH MANAGER INTERNATIONAL IS4000

C 212152 VAX

C 212153 AN HP 3000

C 212157 VM/CMS

C 212158 PRIMNET

C 212159 MCR

C 212160 TELSTAT SIGMA 6

C 212161 INTERACTIVE MARKET SYSTEMS

C 212162 PRIMNET SYSA

C 212163 VM/CMS

C 212164 DUNN & BRADSTREET CICS

C 212165 D&B SYSTEM

C 212167 RSTS V.7.0-07

C 212168 A PROTOCOL CONVERTER (PCI) NETWORK

C 212169 IS4000

C 212171

C 212172

C 212173 BROWN BROTHERS HARRIMAN VTAM

C 212174 PRIMNET

C 212181 D&B CICS

C 212185 PRIMENET

C 212191 IRVING TRUST CASH REGISTER

C 212194 VM/CMS

C 212196 DUNN & BRADSTREET

C 212200 IRVINE TRUST

C 212203 CITIADVICE CENTER

C 212205 DUNN & BRADSTREET

C 212206 DUNN & BRADSTREET

C 212208

C 212216 IRVING TRUST

C 212219 DUNN & BRADSTREET

C 212220

C 212221 WYLBUR

C 212224 GEMSERVICE

C 212226 VM/370-INTERACTIVE MKT.

C 21255 PRIMENET

C 21256 PRIMENET

C 21284 DATAMOR TIME SHARING

C 21325 PRIMENET

C 21335 MARKETRON RESEARCH AND SALES

C 21336 MARKETRON RESE


<1>Directory Of System
<2>Terminal ID’s
<3>Dialup Numbers
<4>Hacking Telenet
<5>Datapac/Telenet
<6>Sales Offices
<7>Access Via Telex
<8>Intl Telenet(X.21)
<->PREVIOUS MENU

Command: 4

==)— P TO PAUSE S TO STOP —(==



HOW TO HACK TELENET:

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OKAY, SO YOU WANT TO TRY YOUR HAND AT FINDING SOME JUICY
COMPUTERS, HUH? WELL, HERE’S WHAT YOU DO……………….
FIRST, FIND OUT YOUR LOCAL TELENET ACCESS PHONE NUMBER.
(THIS SHOULDN’T BE TOO HARD IF YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND WITH A
SOURCE ACCOUNT) HAVE HIM TYPE ‘TYMTEL’ FROM THE COMMAND MODE.
THEN, DIAL UP AND REPLY ‘D1’ TO THE ‘TERMINAL=’ PROMPT.
(THIS GETS RID OF ALL THOSE NULLS AT THE END OF EACH LINE.)
NOW, TYPE ‘C AAANN’ WHERE AAA IS THE AREACODE OF THE COMPUTER
YOU’RE LOOKING FOR, AND NN IS ANY NUMBER.. (START WITH 15 OR
20 ”RQVWORK BEST.) AFTER HITTING RETURN OR ENTER, YOU SHOULD
GET SOME SORT OF MESSAGE. IF IT SAYS SOMETHING LIKE ‘NOT
OPERATING’ GIVE UP ON THAT NUMBER AND TRY ANOTHER. THE GOAL
HERE IS TO GET ‘AAA NN CONNECTED’. ONCE CONNECTED, TRY A FEW
RETURNS, AND YOU’LL USUALLY GET A SIGNON PROMPT. THE OTHER.
GIVEAWAY ERRORS ARE ‘AAA NN REJECTING’ AND ‘AAA NN REFUSED
COLLECT CONNECTION’.THESE MEAN THERE ARE COMPUTERS THERE,BUT
THEY ARE UNREACHABLE.’INVALID ADDRESS’ MEANS THERE IS NOTHING
CONNECTED. SOME “RIPE” AREACODES ARE 204 (CANADA) AND 415 IN
CALIFORNIA. GIVE IT A TRY AND LET ME KNOW WHAT HAPPENS!!!!!

THE TELENET SYSTEM HAS A FEW COMMANDS OF ITS OWN. THESE ARE
VERY USEFUL FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES, THE MOST USEFUL BEING THE
ABILITY TO DISCONNECT FROM A NODE WITHOUT HANGING UP THE
PHONE. (THUS MAKING IT EASIER TO TRY ANOTHER NODE ADDRESS).
I HAVE ATTEMPTED TO SUMMARIZE TELENET’S COMMANDS BELOW:

COMMAND EFFECT

——- ——

HALF SETS NET HALF-DUPLEX. (ECHO)

FULL SETS NET FULL-DUPLEX. (NO ECHO)

C AAA NN CONNECT THE NODE ADDRESSED BY AAANN WHERE AAA

IS A VALID US TELEPHONE AREACODE, AND NN IS

ANY 2-DIGIT NUMBER.

D DISCONNECT NODE, IF STILL ATTACHED.

ID UNKNOWN – PROBABLY AN ID FOR NODES WITH

SECURITY CHECKING. [ NO IDEA OF PASSWORD

FORMAT

NOTE: THE ONLY WAY TO USE THE DISCONNECT COMMAND IS TO GET
THE NET’S ATTENTION FIRST. ASSUMING YOU ARE CONNECTED
TO A VALID NODE, THIS IS DONE BY TYPING THE SEQUENCE:
FOLLOWED BY THE “AT” SIGN, AND ANOTHER
. IF IT IS EXECUTED CORRECTLY, THE WORD
TELENET WILL APPEAR AS WELL AS ANOTHER “AT” SIGN. YOU
MAY NOW ENTER “D” AND DISCONNECT FROM THE NODE.

MORE HINTS ON TELENET-

ON PRIMENET SYSTEMS THE FOLLOWING ACCOUNTS ARE DEFAULT

LOGIN SYSTEM
LOGIN DOS

SOME SYSTEMS (RSTS/E) LET YOU LOOK AT USER NAMES THAT ARE
ONLINE WITHOUT LOGGING IN THE COMMANDS TO DO THIS ON SOME
SYSTEMS ARE

SYS
SYSTAT
SYSTAT U (DISPLAYS USERNAMES AS WELL)
SHOW USERS

IF YOU MAKE IT INTO A SYSTEM WITH THE SHOW COMMANDS THEN THE
FOLLOWING COMMADS WILL BE USEFULL IN A PRIVLEDGED ACCOUNT

SHOW PSW—————SHOWS PASSWORDS TO A ACCOUNT
SET ACCESS————-STOP PEOPLE FROM LOGGING IN
SHOW ALL ————–SHOWS ALL ACCOUNTS WITH PASSWORDS



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Command: 6

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GTE TELENET COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
FIELD MARKETING SALES OFFICES

Atlanta, Georgia………………404/396-1515
Boston, Massachusetts………….617/451-0048
Chicago, Illinois……………..312/782-6119
Cleveland,Ohio………………..216/582-0800
Cupertino,California…………..408/255-6450
Dallas,Texas………………….214/661-3014
Denver,Colorado……………….303/741-2303
Detroit,Michigan………………313/525-0400
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida………..305/561-4445
Garden Grove, California……….714/891-4481
Minneapolis, Minnesota…………612/831-2127
New York (Penn Plaza), New York…212/868-2230
New York (Broad St.), New York….212/425-0010
Paramus, New Jersey……………201/368-3600
Philadelphia,Pennsylvania………215/568-4985
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania……….412/571-2170
Rochester, New York……………716/385-9995
Rocky Hill, Conneticut…………203/529-5474
Rosslyn, Virginia……………..703/243-7510
San Diego, California………….714/476-2551
Santa Monica, California……….213/450-0606
Seattle, Washington……………206/827-8722
Tampa, Florida………………..813/872-7555
White Plains, New York…………914/682-1933

GTE Telenet Communications Corp…703/442-1000
Corporate Headquarters Telex No…248419 GTE TCC



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Command: 7

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ACCESS TO TELENET VIA INTERNATIONAL TELEX

International users can access hosts on Telenet via International Telex.
The user follows local procedures and places a prepaid Telex call from
his terminal to the Telex number listed below. There, Baudot-ASCII
conversion is performed. The user then logs into his host. The user
is billed localy for placing a Telex call from his international
location. For additional information please contact your local
GTE Telenet Sales Office.

SERVICE PROCEDURE

INFOTEX Place call to ITT INFOTEX:
471235+ (CR)
——-
ITT INFOTEX
TELENET
?C Host address (CR)
————–

DATA-LINK Place call to RCA DATA-LINK:
231745+ (CR)
——-
RCA LSDS
TELENET
?C Host address (CR)
————–

TELELINK Place call to WUI TELELINK:
6666+ (CR)
—-
WUI TELELINK
Please log in: Tel (CR)

: Host address (CR)
————

Note: Telelink requires the user to specify the X.121 address which
is 12 or 14 digits. Please see instructions in the
‘International Telenet File



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Command: 5

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DATAPAC, CANADA

Definitions:
———–

Datapac 3000 service: Datapac X.25 hosts
Datapac 3101 service: Datapac asynchronous hosts, private dial ports,
or public dial ports

SNAP: Synchronous Network Access Protocol, Datapac
X.25 protocol

NIM: Network Interface Machine, all Datapac non-X.25
devices, functional equivalent to Telenet Packet
Assembler/Disassembler (PAD)

Envoy 100: Datapac Electronic Message System

Tariff Structure For Legitimate Customers

For calls originating from/to Datapac/Telenet, kilopackets rates are
based on a tierred band structure.

Rate structure is based on the following:

For Telenet/USA to Datapac/Canada or Datapac/Canada to Telenet/USA
calls:

Where is the call originating?
If from Telenet/USA, is the call public dial or other?
If call is public dial, then the rate is $4.50/hour plus kilopacket
charge by band, (reference band chart below).

If other type of call (private dial, DAF, or X.25), then there is
a kilopacket charge for data transmitted.

If call originates from Datapac/Canada, band needs to be determined.
If service is Datapac 3000, then only kilopacket charge applies.
If service is Datapac 3101, then $2.70/hour connect charge plus
kilopacket charge by band is applicable.

Datapac Band Chart

=========================================================================
*Note: All Datapac 3101 service requires a NIM interface

Datapac/Telenet – Canadian DSA Bands
————————————

Band 1
——
Calgary Alta. Quebec City Que.
Edmonton Alta. Regina Sask
Halifax N.S. Saint John N.B.
Hamilton Ont. St. John’s Nfld.
London Ont. Toronto Ont.
Montreal Que. Vancouver B.C.
Ottawa Ont. Windsor Ont
Winnipeg Man

Band 2
——
Barrie Ont. Fredericton N.B.
Brampton Ont. Kitchener Ont.
Brantford Ont Oshawa Ont.
Chatham Ont. Sarnia Ont.
Clarkson Ont. St.Catherines Ont.
Joiliett Que. St. Jean Que

Band 3
——
Bathurst N.B. New Glasgow N.S.
Bellevill Ont. Niagara Falls Ont.
Brandon Man. North Bay Ont.
Bridgewater Ont. Peterborough Ont.
Charlottetown P.E.I. Prince Albert Sask.
Cornwall Ont. Red Deer Alta.
Galt Ont. Saskatoon Sask.
Granby Que. Sherbrooke Que.
Guelph Ont. Sudbury Ont.
Jonquiere Que. Sydney N.S.
Kamloops B.C. St. Hyacinthe Que.
Kentville N.S. Trois Riviers Que.
Kingston Ont. Truro N.S.
Lethbridge Alta. Victoria B.C.
Moncton N.B. Woodstock Ont.
Moose Jaw Sask.
Amerst N.S Brockville Ont.

Band 4
——
Kelowna B.C. Thompson Man.
Prince George B.C. Thunder Bay Ont.
Medicine Hat Alta.

Band 5
——
Fort McMurray Alta. Sault Ste. Marie Ont.
Grande Prairie Alta. Terrace B.C.
Nelson B.C.

For additional information, Datapac provides an on-line information
system. Following are the procedures to access this information.

Information about Datapac public dial telephone number and locations
use the following network address at the Datapac prompt sign:

C 0302092100086 for information in English

Telenet/USA to Datapac/Canada Access Procedures
===============================================

Access procedures for public and private dial in access.

Procedure Response
——— ———
Terminal and Dataset, Power On
Ensure tat the terminal is ONLINE,
MARK or ODD PARITY and FULL DUPLEX.

Dial the nearest Telenet access number
and place the data set in data mode.

Enter two (2) carriage returns. (CR)
(CR)

Telenet will identify itself and
your port identification number,
and will ask you to identify your
terminal. Enter a carriag return. (CR)

Telenet will identify itself
and your port identifcation 202 DL9
number, and will ask you to TERMINAL xxx
identify your terminal (CR)
Enter a carriage return.

Telenet will prompt for your call @ c 03020xxxxxxxxx(CR)
with an @ symbol. Enter c for call,
followed by a space, followed by the
zero to define international call request
command, followed by theanetworkraddress.

Example: To connect to Datapac
Information System @C 03020416002104
Telenet will respond with a connection
message. Conversation with destination
ready to begin.

Address Connected

Signoff system

Address Discounted

Datapac/Canada to Telenet/USA Access Procedures
===============================================

Access procedures for public and private dial in access

Procedure Response
——— ——–

Terminal and Dataset, power ON
Terminal, ONLINE
Terminal, EVEN PARITY
Terminal, Half Duplex
Terminal, Character Mode (if exists)

Dial Datapac Public (or private) acces
number for the city in which you are
located. At the sound of the tone
place data set in data mode.

If Datapac herald is not received
immeditaely, enter either:
.(CR) for 300 bps access or
..(CR) for 1200 bps access or
…(CR) for 110 bps access

Datapac will identify itself and your
network address, and will wait for your
call request.
DATAPAC: terminal address

Receive Datapac herald

Datapac will identify itself
and your network address, and
wait for your call request

Datapac: terminal address

To connect to Telenet from Datapac
via X.75 Gateway, simply use X.121 format
and insert a 1 before the Telenet DNIC (3110):

1311021200141

Datapac will respond with a
connection message

Datapac: call connected

After signning off, host
system, you will automatically
receive a call cleared from
Datapac

Datapac: call cleared remote request

Datapac Sales Offices:
———————-

London, Ontario (519) 663-7571
Montreal (514) 394-0144
Ottawa (613) 567-2491 (Ontario Region)
(613) 560-2491 (NSG)
Toronto, Ontario (416) 581-2000



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INTERNATIONAL TELENET

HERE ARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING TELENET
THERE ARE SOME VERY BASIC THINGS, WHICH
MOST PEOPLE ALREADY KNOW, AND SOME
OTHER THINGS, WHICH EVEN THE MOST
DEDICATED HACKERS HAVE PROBABLY NEVER
EVEN HEARD OF. THIS INCLUDES THINGS
SUCH AS INTERNATIONAL ACCESS, ETC.

THE TELENET CONNECTION

INTERNATIONAL ADDRESSING/INTERNATIONAL
ACCESS PROCEDURES

I. TELENET INTERNATIONAL ADDRESS FORMAT

————- DATA NETWORK
\ IDENTIFICATION CODE(DNIC)
\
\
\
\ ————– AREA CODE
\ \
\ \
\ \ ——– DTE ADDRESS
\ \ \
\ \ \—– PORT ADDRESS
\ \ \ \
\ \ \ \
DDDD AAA HHHHH PP
\
—–
OPTIONAL SUBADDRESS FIELD FOR PACKET
MODE DTE

EXAMPLE:

TELENET INTERNATIONAL
——- ————-
212 141 3110 21200141
909 84 3110 90900084

II. ACCESS TO OVERSEAS PUBLIC DATA
NETWORKS

1. TURN ON THE TERMINAL AND COUPLER.

2. DIAL THE NEAREST TELENET ACCESS
NUMBER (SEE TELENET PUBLIC DIAL
LISTING). WHEN YOU HEAR A HIGH-PITCHED
TONE, PLACE THE TELEPHONE RECEIVER IN
THE COUPLER. FOR DATA SETS (BELL 103 OR
113 TYPE), DEPRESS THE DATA BUTTON.

3. TYPE TWO CARRIAGE RETURNS (CR).

4. TELENET WILL GIVE YOU A PORT
IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AND ASK YOU TO
IDENTIFY YOUR TERMINAL TYPE IN THE TWO
OR FOUR CHARACTER ID FOR YOUR TERMINAL
FOLLOWED BY A CARRIAGE RETURN (CR) OR
TYPE CARRIAGE RETURN (CR).
(EX.) TELENET
202 DL9
TERMINAL = AJ63(CR)

5. AFTER TELENET PROMPTS WITH A ‘@’
TYPE ‘ID’, SKIP A SPACE (SP) AND TYPE
YOUR PASSWORD FOLLOWED BY A CARRIAGE
RETURN. (CONTACT YOUR GTE TELENET
REPRESENTATIVE TO OBTAIN A REQUIRED
CALLER PAID ID.)
(EX.) @ID(SP);INTL(CR)
TYPE IN YOUR PASSWORD.
(EX.) PASSWORD = 123456(CR)

6. AFTER TELENET PROMPTS WITH AN @,
TYPE A C. SKIP A SPACE AND TYPE THE
NETWORK ADDRESS OF THE COMPUTER YOU
WISH TO ACCESS, FOLLOWED BY A CARRIAGE
RETURN (CR).
(EX.) @C(SP)023411234567890(CR)

NOTE: YOUR INTERNATIONAL ADDRESS WILL
FOLLOW A FORMAT SUCH AS:

020801234567890 FOR FRANCE/TRANSPAC
023421234567890 FOR UNITED
KINGDOM/BRITISH TELECOM
026241234567890 FOR GERMANY/DATEX-P

7. TELENET WILL RESPOND WITH A
CON


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Main Frames by the Pirate Club

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=-=- -=-=
=-=- THE PIRATE CLUB/1200 -=-=
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AMERICAN EXPRESS………..800-228-1111
ANN ARBOR SCHOOLS……….313-769-8821
ARIZONA STATE…………..602-965-7001
ARROGON NET LAB…………312-972-7603
ATLANTIC CITY CASINO…….215-564-6572
AT/T…………………..214-742-1195
AUSTIN COMPUTERS………..512-474-5011
AUTOBAHN IMPORTS………..817-977-0663
AUTONET………………..800-225-8456
AUTONET………………..800-327-6764
BANK…………………..800-942-7071
BELL, MICHIGAN………….313-881-0659
BELL, MICHIGAN………….313-964-4042
BELL, MICHIGAN………….313-964-0042
Press [RETURN]  BELL, MICHIGAN………….313-924-9977
BELL, MICHIGAN………….313-839-3373
BELL, MICHIGAN………….313-961-8572
BELL, MICHIGAN………….313-892-0060
BELL, SOUTHWESTERN………214-742-1354
BELL, SOUTHWESTERN………214-742-1637
BOND-NET……………….313-962-1102
CENTRAL OFFICES…………313-961-8572
CHARGE CARD ASSOCIATION….313-964-2018
COCIS………………….303-447-2540
COLLEGE COMPUTER………..806-741-5951
COLLEGE COMPUTER………..806-741-6701
COMMANDER II……………800-424-9440
COMMANDER II……………800-424-9180
COSMOS NY………………212-370-4304
COSMOS NY………………212-394-1203
DEC PDP-11/70…………..414-476-8010
DEC VAX………………..414-445-4050
DEC-10…………………315-423-1313
DEFENSE DEPT. OPERATOR…..202-697-0101
Press [RETURN]  DEPAUL…………………312-939-7950
DEVELCON……………….415-486-4959
DIALOG…………………212-947-7522
EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH…….713-792-7200
ENGINEERING COM…………313-964-2064
FORTSWORTH SCHOOL……….817-332-8491
FTS……………………313-234-5621
FTS……………………213-798-2000
F.A.A………………….202-347-3222
HARVARD………………..617-732-1251
HARVARD………………..617-732-1802
HIGH SCHOOL…………….313-644-3840
HP3000…………………415-857-8193
HP3000…………………303-232-8555
HP3000…………………215-563-9213
HP3000…………………512-385-4170
HP3000…………………301-881-6156
HP3000…………………301-881-6157
HP3000…………………301-881-6158
H.A.T.S………………..714-962-3365
Press [RETURN]  IBM DISTRIBUTION………..800-426-2222
INT’L GRAPHICS………….612-339-5200
ISO……………………515-294-9440
ITT DIALCOM NETWORK……..212-947-7522
JC PENNY CREDIT CARD…….303-371-1296
LAW OFFICES…………….313-964-5858
LAUSD………………….213-742-8000
LYOLA COLLEGE…………..213-642-2706
LYRICS TIMESHARING………516-567-8013
MASTERCARD/VISA NO………800-362-7171
MENLO PARK CORP…………415-361-2500
MERADCOM……………….703-781-4520
MERIT TIMESHARING……….313-577-0266
MICH. NAT’L BANK………..313-964-5808
MILLERSVILLE UNIVAC……..717-872-0911
MIT……………………617-258-8313
NASUA………………….713-483-2700
NEC……………………415-327-5220
NORTHEASTERN UNIV……….617-417-9203
NTRCHA (CREDIT CHECKING)…214-742-2636
Press [RETURN]  NY STATE COLLEGE………..212-777-7600
NY STATE COLLEGE………..212-598-7001
OAKLAND UNIV……………313-377-4300
OAKLAND SCHOOLS…………313-857-9500
OFFICES OF LAW………….313-964-5858
OLV111…………………203-527-0003
POLYTECH. UNIV………….714-598-4861
PRINCETON………………609-452-6736
RAPID DATA……………..212-736-3377
RCA/CMS………………..609-734-3131
REPAIR COMPUTER CENTER…..313-881-0659
RSTS/E…………………414-476-8010
RSTS/E…………………414-542-4494
RSTS/E…………………212-369-5114
RSTS/E…………………516-586-2850
RSTS/E…………………414-543-0789
RSTS/E…………………303-447-2540
RSTS/E…………………817-877-0548
RSX-11…………………800-521-8426
RVS CABLEVISION…………414-259-1233
Press [RETURN]  SEARS CREDIT CHECK………404-885-3460
SEMAT COMPUTER………….313-964-2000
SHELL VULCAN……………713-795-1200
SLIPPERY ROCK OIL……….412-794-7601
SMITH & HENCHMAN………..313-964-2064
SPENCE SCHOOL…………..212-369-5114
SYRACUSE DECS…………..315-423-1313
TELEMAIL……………….800-424-9494
TRW……………………714-776-4511
TRW……………………714-638-3492
TRW……………………714-956-3370
TRW……………………408-280-1901
TSO……………………312-996-5100
UNINET…………………313-358-5780
UNINET…………………415-937-2868
UNION OIL………………201-686-2425
UNIV. OF FLORIDA………..904-644-2261
UNIV. OF HARTFORD……….203-242-6492
UNIV. OF HARTFORD……….203-242-6852
UNIV. OF KENTUCKY……….313-964-2500
Press [RETURN]  UNIX…………………..609-452-0025
UNIX…………………..415-486-7015
UNIX #3………………..415-486-7020
US BUREAU OF STANDARDS…..303-499-7111
VAX 11/44………………619-485-9888
VISA CREDIT CHECK……….800-228-1111
VM370………………….214-742-3189
WANG VS/80……………..303-978-2111
WAYNE STATE…………….313-577-0260
WOODHILL MEDICAL………..817-692-0537
WYLBUR…………………212-246-7170
W.I.T.S………………..313-769-8803

UNKNOWN VMS…………….609-799-7147
UNKNOWN………………..212-654-9977
UNKNOWN………………..312-645-7770
UNKNOWN………………..415-367-3411
UNKNOWN………………..212-394-1203
UNKNOWN………………..312-222-6000
UNKNOWN………………..201-686-2425
Press [RETURN] + UNKNOWN………………..414-445-4050
UNKNOWN………………..203-527-0006
UNKNOWN………………..313-962-1537
UNKNOWN………………..313-924-9977
UNKNOWN………………..313-892-0060
UNKNOWN………………..313-839-3373
UNKNOWN………………..414-543-4494
UNKNOWN………………..606-257-3361
UNKNOWN………………..800-645-5350
UNKNOWN………………..213-277-0174
UNKNOWN………………..215-387-1129
UNKNOWN………………..313-644-3960

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[Phreak][1-37][?=Menu,=quit]:

Blindman’s Bluff, Hacker Style, from Out of the Inner Circle by Bill Landreth

<(cDc)> TWGSC: <209>/526-3194 <(cDc)>

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BLINDMAN'S BLUFF, HACKER STYLE
------------------------------
From, Out of the Inner Circle, by Bill Landreth.

THE SCENE:  The control room in the computer center of one of the largest
corporations in the world - an automobile manufacture wi'll call MegaCar
International.  THE TIME:  12:30 a.m. - the beggining of the graveyard shift.

    Al, a system operator, has just arrived for work.  He signs in with the
armed guard at the security console located between the main entrance to the
building and the hallway that leads to the computer center.  Halfway down the
hall, he shows his ID badge to another guard, then passes in front of twin
television cameras at the entrance to the computer center.  Before entering
the control room, he goes through another, identical, set of security
procedures.

    There are good reasons for the tight security that surronds Al's
workstation:  He controls access to the computers that hold information worth
billions of dollars to MegaCar International - and to MegaCar's competitors.
Every night, the mainframes, minicomputers, and workstations of MegaCar's
worldwide computer network process scores of secret details on next year's
automobile designs, along with dozens of high-level, strategic electronic
memos and thousands of scraps of financial and technical information.

    This control center is the "brain" of the worldwide network, where
everything comes together.  It is also where the most intense action takes
place when things go wrong.  Common problems are handled by specialized
troubleshooting computers, or by system operators at local and reginal
computer centers around the world.  But if the troubleshooting computers break
down, or the local system operators can't pinpoint the problem, or the network
itself runs into trouble, then Al and his collegues must figure out what to do
to keep the numbers crunching and the data flowing.

    Despite his title, Al is no typical "system operator."  His actual duties
would probably suggest the title of security officer or on-call handyman.  In
addition to keeping the printers full of paper, keeping track of the reels of
magnetic tape, and helping users out with minor problems (as all system
operators must do), Al is one of several highly trained support people who are
on call twenty-four hours a day to resolve any potential hangups or security
breaches in and among the many "nodes" of MegaCar's eletronic "filing
cabinets."

    But whether or not your job includes watching for intruders, being a
system operator on the graveyard shift means going through long periods of
inactivity punctuated by brief periods of frenzied work.  Al isn't
anticipationg anything different tonight.  Seated in front of a bank of
computer terminals, a cup of coffee in one hand and a printout of the
evening's computer activites in the other, he prepares for another uneventful
round of crossword puzzles and solitaire, with perhpas some troubleshooting
thrown in.  Like some system operators, though, since he really likes
computers and thinks of them both a hobby and a profession, tonight he is
planning a special diverstion: COBOL, instead of cards.

    But on this particular night the routine is broken by some puzzling
activity on a VAX superminicomputer at the corporation's top-secret research
center.

    George, Al's collegue at the neighboring station, is browsing through the
usage logs that record the activity of all the computers in MegaCar's
far-flung network.  As he does, he happens to notcie that the VAX is working
hard - very hard.  Even though the log shows only one person using the
computer, the workload on the machine's central processor is high enough for
ten or more users.

    It all starts with a few quiet words.
    "Al, I think something weird is happening on the net."
    "Which node?" Al replies, puttiong down his COBOL text and mentally
preparing for a debugging job that might take thrity seconds, and then again
might take all night, to clean up the problem.

    "4316.  That's one of the R&D hosts in New York."
    "The New York VAX?  What's wrong?"
    "I don't know.  WHy don't you echo terminal 23 and see what you can make
     of it?"
    "Right."

    Al pulls his chair closer to his computer console, puts both hands on the
keyboard, and rapidly taps out string of commands.  Then he sits back and
watches the central display monitor, as row after row of glowing green letters
and numbers march across the screen.  The central monitor is showing him
everything that is happening on the VAX computer halfway across the country,
in New York.

    After a few seconds, Al reaches for a telephone.
    "George, get me the name and home phone number of account STD123."  Al's
voice betrays his concern.  HIs simple check of the activity on the VAX has
made it obvious that something is wrong.  The exact nature of the problem is
not clear, but Al is certain that this is no run-of-the-mill software glitch.
Either someone has been authorized to use excessive amounts of computer time
every hour without letting the sytem operators know - or someone is doing
something they shouldn't be doing with that computer.

    As soon as the account holder's name and phone number appear on his
screen, Al makes the call.  "Hello, Dr. Saunders?  This is Al Frankston, the
head system ooperator at the computer center.  Sorry to disturb you at this
hour, but we're reading some strange activity on the VAX.  Are you using your
account on that computer right now?"

    Like many other high-lvel personnel at the research center, Dr. Saunders
has a computer terminal at home, so he can use the central computer via
telephone link if he wants to have access to the day's research results or
continue his own research.  Al and George look at each other, as if to say,
"Are you thinking what I'm thinking?"  George listens to Al's phone
conversation with interest as he continues to study the computer display still
echoing the VAX's puzzling activity.

    "Thank you," Al replies, as Dr. Saunders confirms that he is, indeed,
using the VAX.  "OH, one more thing," he adds, "Would you tell me your social
security number?...No, it isn't anything significant.  It's just a little
mix-up with our user account numbers.  We'll have it straightened out by
morning.  Good night."

    Although he can see the same thing Al sees by looking at the display
screen of his own console, George wheels his chair over to Al's station and
watches with raised eyebrows as Al verifies the social security number he's
been given.

    "It checks out," Al says, sounding puzzled.
    "You mean Dr. Saunders really is logged on now?" George asks, almost
disapointed.  "I was half hoping the account was being used by that hacker we
almost caught last week."
    Al looks back at his screen.  "No, I guess not...But there has to be a
reason for that phantom time," he mubmles, scratching his chin.

    A loud voice suddenly breaks the quiet in the control room.  "Hey Al!" a
technician half shouts from the other side of the room.  "There's a message
for you coming over the laser printer.  I think you better come and look at
it."

    "Al and George exchange a quick glance, knowing looks creeping onto their
faces.  They leave their workstations and walk to a printer about the size of
a washing machine.  Pieces of paper are quietly dropping onto a large bin at
the rate of about one sheet per second.  George grabs one of the pages.

    There is a large headline at the top:  "A note to the chief system
operator on duty."  Below that, in slightly smaller type, are the words
"Please make sure the sysop reads this.  Thank you."  IN normal type, the
message continues:  "It should be noted that computer print-outs currently are
not legal evidence in court."

    George starts to read the message aloud, his voice a mixture of annoyance,
admiration, and puzzlement.  "It is our opinion that you should be more
careful about your sesign plans for the TRX project."  HIs voice drops and
grows more serious as he reads the next sentence.  "One of us suggested that
maybe we should sell the information to another car company."

    Now, Al starts reading over George's shoulder - and they both read
ssilently.  "Several of us don't think there is anything wrong with ripping
off a company as big as yours.  But some of us think that industrial espionage
would break our unwritten hacker laws.  We may vote on the subject in the near
future.  In any case, we would like to have one or more unlimited user
accounts so that we do not have to go to the trouble of calling your ALF node
by way of SYSNET12.  We can't use 1200 baud through SYSNET12.  Of course, if
you decide to grant us a little assistance of this sort, it could be that we
would all be more kindly disposed toward your institution when we vote on what
to do with the TRX data."

    "What do you think?" aks George.
    Al is leafing through the now very large pile of paper in the output bin.
"They're all the same.  What's TRX?"
    George thinks momentarily.  "I don't know.  They must have made it up.  It
has to be a bluff."

    Seconds later, as if on cue, another printer starts shooting out more
sheets of paper.  Al looks grim when he sees what these latest mystery sheets
have to say.  "Well, maybe they're bluffing about selling the stuff, but I
don't think they're bluffing about having it. These look suspiciously like
design memos for next year's car!"

    Al studies the new sheets for a minute, then continues, tension rising in
his voice.  "We still don't know where those hackers are!  All we know is,
they're not using Dr. Saunder's account."

    Suddenly, a new through dawns on them, and they almost run in their hurry
to get back to their workstations.  Both sysops look at their screens.  "They
may have altered the monitor program on my terminal so I cna't find them or
their account," Al mutters, souinding hopeful.  "But if they did, they may not
have changed the programs that run on our other terminals.  I 'm going to
break out of my version and use some of the other monitoring programs - see if
there is anything different between mine and the other's log-on sequences or
lists of account names."

    After several minutes of frantic typing, George walks over to Al's
station.  He looks at the screen, pondering something, then he walks back to
his own station, glances at his own screen, and bursts out in suprise,
"Someone new is logging onto the VAX.  Turn your monitor program back on."

    Al stops checking and runs his monitoring program.  "That 'someone' is
using an old test account.  I could have sworn we killed them all months ago,"
he says.

    George is watching the same display.  "Funny, but I thought so, too.
Either we let that one slip, or those hackers reactivated it.  But it doesn't
make any difference.  No one's authorized to use that account now anyway,
so..."

    "Right.  So we have our hacker!"  Al sounds proud of himself.  He has been
worried, but now the game is over.  "Let's break in and let him know how we
feel before we throw him off the system."

    "Oh, yeah," says George sarcastically.  "And while you're at it, ask him
how he got that valuable data."  George holds up one finger, as if counting.
"And then see what he plans on doing with it."  He holds up a second finger.
"And find out how..."

    Al inturrupts:  "Okay, okay.  So we still have a lot of work to do.  Let's
get started."

    They both go over to a single terminal and Al starts to type.  He uses the
monitoring program to trace the source of the intrusion, then gives the system
a few commands that allow him to break in and communicate with the person
using the unauthorized account.  Then, he types:  "OK.  We know who you are
and what you did.  Either cooperate or we will press full charges."

    After a short pause, a rapidly typed reply apprears on the display screen:
"Year, sure.  I guess you guys are just too smart for me.  Anyway, all humor
aside, I was just sent to this account by my friends to get your reply to our
offer.  Have you decided to give us those unlimted accounts yet?"

    Al chuckles while he types:  "Why should we?  We can just have you
arrested!  Besides, it isn't our computer.  We can't just decide to assign an
unlimted account to somebody outside the corporation."

    The hacker types back:  "Oh, so you'll just call up the police and say,
'There's this hacker on our system and we suspect he just may be somewhere in
the 50 states.  We can't be sure exactly where...?'  It's never worked before,
but what the hell - go ahead and try.  It'll be fun.  Meanwhile we'll play
with this TRX stuff."

    George now pushes in front of Al and commandeers the keyboard, typing:
"We have you traced.  We know who you are and where you are.  We just want to
ask you a few questions."

    "About security, right?" the hacker types back.  "Well, I'm sure you will
have no more security problems if you help us out.  You have fairly good
security without our advice.  Only the best could have done what we've done.
And that's who we are:  the best.  So I guess you could say that your future
security problems are pretty much up to us.  There is another possibility,
though."

    George, still at the keyboard, hesitates a moment, then types back:  "And
what's that?"
    "Well, we could post our information about your system on a few bulletin
boards.  Then a few hundred lesser talents would try to log on.  I'll be a
crasher would have fun with this VAX or that beautiful DEC-20 in Detroit.  And
there's always the possiblity that another large car company would let us use
their system in exchange for the dat we have.  You can never tell about these
things."

    Al is not amused.  He snaps a pencil in half whle thinking over a reply.
Geroge is almost speechless.  Arrogant little..." he is beginning to say, when
Al finially types:  "We'll have to think about this.  You guys might just be
half as smart as you think you are.  By the way, how do we reach you?  Can you
give us your phone number?"

    "I'm glad the bad news hasn't ruined your sense of humor," replies the
distant adversary.  "Let's just say that we'll get in touch in our own way, in
our own time.  The way we always do.  In the meantime, I guess it wouldn't
hurt to give you a little tidbit for your trouble.  Why don't you tell all
your users that SECRET is a lousy choice for a password?  I'll bet I've
crakced a dozen systems with that one.  Stay tuned and keep designing those
sexy cars.  Bye."

    Although, in actuality, hackers and most system operators tend to speak in
a much less comprehensible language, and most hacking experiences tend to
involve much less conspicuous companies, hackers did manage to find and look
at secret sdesign specifications and test results.  These particular hackers
did not attempt, or ever intend, to sell or trade "MegaCar's" priceless files
to a competitor...but someone else might not have been so "honorable."
That's the point of this book, and if you are concerned about computer
security, whether as a computer profession or as interested citizen, I hope
you will benefit from what I learned as The Cracker, inside the Inner Circle.

ICE: Inner Circle Elites Present: The Hack/Phreak Handbook v1.00 by Liquid Jesus (June 9, 1992)

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                    Part I: Introduction 
                   Part II: Rules, Code of Ethics, Warnings
                  Part III: Definitions of terms
                   Part IV: Hacking systems: UNIX, VAX, and PRIME
                    Part V: Datapac, finding systems to hack
                   Part VI: End of Transmission
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Part I: Introduction 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

	Ok, so it's time to write an introductory phile for all those people
out there who have always wanted to do stuff like they see in the movies but
don't know how.  Well, almost like you see in the movies.  This file isn't
going to teach you how to launch ICBM's at Russia or anything, but it will
get you to become familiar with some hack/phreak (h/p) terms that are
commonly used.  I've tried writting this before but I didn't know where to
start.  H/P texts get spread around the world so quickly, that if I wrote a
hack/phreak text on how to get started in the St. Catharines/Niagara area,
people in Europe won't have a clue as to what the hell I was talking about.
But screw it, the way I see things it's better to get people started here
then over there.  At least I can see the effects of this file if it's for
local people.

	Alot of you may already have knowledge about alot of the systems I'm
going to talk about (VAX, Unix, Primos, etc..) from your university
experiences (alot of universities use VAX's in particular, and you may have
already used the Unix operating system on those good old ICON's in high
school).  If you don't have any previous experience with these systems,
don't panic, this file should explain most of what you need to know on
getting started.  You may be asking yourself "Why is he writting this file
anyways?".  Well, for one, because the phreak community in Niagara SUCKS.
As far as I know, my BBS is the only one supporting h/p areas that are
active.  Two, it seems I'm the only one calling long distance because I'm
the only one that CAN (for free).  With more people calling for free, the
more of the world will be brought to Niagara (instead of people like myself
going to all continents chasing after things).  Also, I'll be
concentrating on the Datapac network, because it's the biggest Canadian
network around and it has local dialups all across the country.  Future
releases will get more into detail about other networks such as Tymnet,
Telenet, ItaPAC, etc..

Part II: Rules, Code of Ethics, Warnings
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

	Before I start talking about anything, I'd like to state some of the
rules to follow, some of the phreak's codes of ethics, and some warnings on
what to do and what NOT to do:

 1 - Always share information.  A "fone phreak" is someone who shares what
     he finds, with other people, that's the whole idea.  There's strength
     in numbers and there's a hellova lot more chance on cracking a system
     that 200 people know about, then cracking a system that one person has
     found but chooses to keep it a secret.

 2 - Don't destroy information.  This is a *must follow* rule.  If you have
     broken into a computer for some company and can't find anything of
     interest, don't start formatting hard drives and screwing up the system.
     The chance of getting caught could double or triple as soon as you do
     this (ESPECIALLY if you are calling that system through a network,
     there's more chance that someone may be watching what you're doing).
     Of course it's okay to delete any files that may show that you where IN
     the system (log files, incorrect password files, etc..) but don't 
     kill anything for no reason.

 3 - Help others.  You'll find most people in the phreak community will be
     willing to help you and answer questions as long as you're polite.  
     You WILL do most of your learning by yourself but there will also be
     times when you've got something you have NO CLUE about, and have to ask
     someone who does.  So once YOU are experienced and someone has a
     question, answer it no matter how basic the question may seem.  
     Remember, everyone was a beginner sometime.

 4 - Don't go too far into things you don't know about.  There are certain
     things out there that only the most experience hackers should screw
     with (eg: C.B.I., Cosmos, some 1-800 services, etc..).  

 5 - Don't show off by telling people what you've done.  Sure it's okay
     to talk to other phreaks about your doings, but if you have someone
     on a board who you've known for awhile, but doesn't seem to be into the
     h/p scene, don't start babbling to him about all the stuff you've
     hacked.  I've heard a FEW stories about people bragging to other people
     that they don't really know, and have arrived in a pile of dung for it.
     Only talk about hack/phreak stuff on hack/phreak BBS's.

	Well those are most of the things you should follow, sure there's
lots of other rules I could have put up but those are the main ones.  I hope
they help.  I know there'll always be that ONE person that doesn't share his
info, or that ONE person that will want to destroy every system he finds,
but I hope the majority will be follow those rules.

	Oh yah, before I go on, you're probably wondering "What the hell's
the difference between a hacker and a phreak".  Well, a hacker is basically
someone who is interested in information, someone who wants to get into
systems to LEARN from them.  A phreak is someone who wants to use that
knowledge to his advantage (free phone calls, use of pay services, etc..).
A lot of hackers stay to their own area, hacking local systems, whereas a lot
of phreaks don't even own computers!  All you need to phreak is a touchtone
phone (essentially).  Of course, a lot of phreaks use their knowledge to
HACK on other systems that they can get to calling long distance, and alot of
hackers get into phreaking for the same reason.  I guess the main difference
is that hackers want to learn information, and phreaks are more interested
in sharing it.  A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing.

Part III: Definitions of H/P Terms
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

	Ok, not all of these following terms are used JUST in the h/p
community but you should know what they mean.  You could be writing down
stuff from a VMB and not know what the hell you're writing down.  Knowing
the terminology is important.  There's literally HUNDREDS of things I
could list here, but I'll stick to the stuff you need to know... If you
want a full list of terminology call the ICE HQ BBS (416-934-4055) and get
it there.

800 Services - there are MANY types of 800 services (eg: PBX's (Private
     Branch eXchanges), 950's, etc..) that allow you to call for free.
     PBX's are the most popular service and are used by big companies.  
     Ok, a company wants it's employees to be able to make long distance 
     phone calls (for business purposes only of course) so that the calls 
     are billed directly to the company.  The employee would call up the 
     800 number, enter a code, and then would be switched over to another 
     line and would hear a dial tone.  From here he enters the long distance
     number he wants to call.  What hackers/phreaks do find these services,
     hack out the codes, and use them for themselves.  Most 800 services are
     limited to calling within North America but I HAVE seen a few that
     allow overseas calls.  When you call long distance using an 800 service,
     it just as a standard connection so uploading and downloading on BBS's
     is possible (unlike when calling using PADs - more on this below).  
     The prob with these services is that once a code is hacked out, it's
     spread over VMBs to hundreds  of other hackers, and the codes don't 
     last long.

Amex - American Express credit card

CC - Calling Card.  Calling Cards are used widespread in Europe (especially
     AT&T's) and North America (usually MCI's - safer to use here.).  The
     main calling cards that are used by phreaks are AT&T's (also referred 
     to as ATTs), MCI, Sprint, and even Bell once in awhile.  MCI's are 
     safe to use, I've used a number of them racking up hundreds of dollars 
     in unpaid long distance calls and haven't been bothered by anyone.  
     The problem with using calling cards to call for free is that they 
     don't last long.  If you get a calling card over a VMB then chances 
     are their's a few THOUSAND other phreaks using that same card to call 
     all over the world within a few hours.  It's unusual for a calling 
     card to last more than a day or two.

CC - Credit Card.  Yes, the same abbreviation is used for calling cards as
     credit card's.  The only thing credit cards are good for basically is
     calling up porno lines.  They're useless without all the info.  Most
     of the time when you get a credit card it will just be the card
     number (14-16 digit) and the expiry date (month and year eg: 10/93
     for Oct. 1993).  If by some chance you get a credit card that has
     ALL the info (holder's name, SIN #, age, date of birth, issuing
     bank, etc...) you've got yourself a hot item.  If the card is new
     (virgin - nobody else knows about it) you can do a number of things.
     1: you can call up pay services and register with them (eg:
     CompuServe, GEnie, BIX, etc) or 2: you can do a mail order and et
     yourself that 700 meg hard drive you've always wanted.  There are
     a couple of drawbacks to do this though.  You have to know how much
     money the holder has left to spend on the card (yes, you can also
     find this out...) and you have to have an empty house to have it
     mailed to (or do what some people I know have done - order it
     straight to your house).  Anyways... I don't think I have to tell
     you the advantages of having someone else's credit card information.
     If you've got one then use your imagination.  And whatever you do,
     stay quiet about it.  Credit card fraud is a bitchin offence.  Major
     cc's that are frequently ripped of are American Express, VISA, and
     MasterCard.

Codes - Well it's pretty self-explanitory but a code can be anything from
    a way to call long distance for free, to a number of a virgin VMB
    system, to a backdoor to a porno chat line, to a login to a VAX system.
    Codes are basically anything that will let you use a pay service (of 
    any kind) for free, or something that will get you into somewhere
    you're not supposed to be.

PAD - Packet Assembler/Disassembler.  That's one name, it's also referred
    to by some as a Public Access Device.  All it is, is a program that is
    tied into a network (eg: X.25) and it allows you to call any other 
    system in the world that is also connected to the X.25 network via
    it's network user address (NUA).  Advantages of using a PAD to call
    systems is that you get a crystal clear connection - no line noise.
    The disadvantage, is since what you type is put into a packet (usually
    128 or 256 bytes - but this can be changed), there is a DELAY called
    "PAD delay".  Eg: you get to prompt that says "Hit any Key to Continue"
    so you hit the return key.  Text would not continue to come out from
    the other end for a few seconds after that.  Also, when you're typing
    in large amounts of text as in messages, the text you enter will appear
    on your screen in chunks at a time.  The major disadvantage of calling
    through PADs is that upload/downloading isn't possible.  There ARE u/d
    protocals designed to take pad delay into account but none for 
    microcomputers yet (or none that I know of).  Some people claim to have
    gotten (I know, bad grammer) Zmodem to work when calling through a PAD
    but I haven't myself.

NUI - Network User Identification.  This is similar to an NUA but the 
    major difference is that it's used by only one person and not an 
    entire company.  Eg: an employee connects to Datapac and enters his
    NUI (usually a 6-digit #) and from there he can call any system in
    the world via X.25 network.  If his company is in Toronto Canada and
    he's off on business in France, he can hook up to his companies 
    system by using his NUI to call.  Datapac NUI's are scarce and chances
    are you won't be using one that often.

NUA - Network User Address.  These are numbers consisting of a variable
    number of digits that are used by the X.25 network to connect you to
    other systems.  An NUA is kind of like a phone number.  Eg: the NUA 
    for an international chat line in France called QSD is 208057040540.
    So to connect to QSD I'd get to a PAD, enter the calling command 
    (usually c1) then the NUA of the system I want to connect to.  So at 
    the PAD prompt (I'll use the PADs on Primos computers called "NetLink"
    as an example) I'd enter c1208057040540 [return] and in seconds it 
    would say something like PAD - Call connected to 208057040540 and I'd
    be on QSD.  There are thousands of NUAs for all types of systems 
    ranging from chat lines, to university VAX's, to government mainframes,
    to small company computers, to online libraries.  

OD - OutDial.  This is a phone line that you connect to via it's NUA
    and from there it switches you to an average telephone line from
    which you can call out using ordinary telephone numbers.  Most 
    major urban areas have an outdial and all outdials are connected to
    by it's NUA.  An example for Milwaukee Wisconsin, USA is
    311041400020 which has a 2400 baud modem attached to it (some outdials
    even have 9600 modems attached to them.  So if I wanted to call Tone
    Town BBS in Milwaukee Wisconsin which has a phone number of
    (414)781-3218 I'd connect to my PAD, then connect to the Milwaukee 
    outdial, and from there I'd type ATZ [return] (to reset the modem at 
    the outdial), then ATDT7813218 [return] and that would make a local 
    call from the outdial to the BBS.  Lists of outdials and the areas
    they're for are availible on most half-decent hack/phreak BBS's.  Of
    course the only way to get to an outdial is through a PAD and that
    will give you PAD delay, but hey, it's a crystal clear connection and
    it's free.  Outdials (normal ones) only allow you to make local calls
    from them although SOME outdials (Global Outdials - GOD's) allow you
    to make calls anywhere.  I'd say only about 1 in 20 outdials are
    GOD's.  There's no way to tell the difference, only to try to call
    long distance from the outdial and see for yourself.  Oh yah, if you
    want a menu when you're connected to an outdial, enter "%" and hit
    return.  You'll get a "READY" prompt then type "?" and hit return for
    a menu.

VMB - Voice Mail Box.  These are neat little devices used by company 
    employees to recieve voice mail.  Essentially what they are is a
    1-800 answering machine.  It allows the owner to be away on business
    and still check for any messages by entering a secret "passcode". When
    this passcode is entered the owner can listen to his messages, delete
    them, change his greet or do a number of other things.  A standard
    voice mail system could have up to a thousand or more mail boxes on it.
    So what's the use of 'em?  When you call a VMB system a recorded message
    will come on asking you to enter the voice mailbox number (usually a 3
    or 4 digit number) using your average touchtone phone.  You enter the
    mailbox number of the person you're trying to reach and they're recorded
    message (called the "greet") will be played.  How they're used?  Well
    phreaks call up these VMB services and hack out the passcodes of other
    people's mailboxes and use it for themselves.  This allows phreaks
    from all over the country to call up, listen to the greet (which is 
    usually filled with codes), and leave some codes (if the person has
    any) after the beep.  EG: I call up Digital Assassin's voice mailbox
    at 1-800-268-6683 (just an example), enter 4251 at the recording (an
    example of what his mailbox # would be) and his pre-recorded message
    would come on listing a bunch of codes to different services, bbs
    numbers to call, etc..  then at the beep, if I didn't have any codes
    I could advertise my favorite bbs eg: "Hi, this is Liquid Jesus.  Call
    Psychiatric CyberHell BBS at 416-934-4055.  Later" and hang up.  If
    Digital Assassin was cool he'd put this in his next greet.  Most
    greets are updated every day or second day.  VMB's are the best way
    to trade information quickly and the best way to get new codes.

Ok, so you still don't know how to call long distance for free right? 
Well from the above mentioned terms, there's 2 different ways:

1 - using 800 services
2 - using a PAD

eg. for 800 service:

I type AT&C <cr> to set my modem's carrier detect ON.
I type ATXD (NOT hitting return yet)
I pick up my touch tone and enter the 800 service (eg: 1-800-123-4567)
at the tone I enter the code, and then I recieve another dialtone.
I enter 1-416-934-4055 (the number of the BBS I'm calling).
When I hear the carrier I hit return (which sends the ATXD to the modem
telling it to connect) and hang up my voice phone and WALLA!  I'm
connected.

eg. for a PAD  (little more complicated...)

I call up my local Datapac dialup (eg: 687-1115 - a 2400bps dialup)
I enter ".." <cr>    (two periods and return to tell Dpac I'm there)
I enter the datapac address of the system I want to connect to eg:20500015
plus <cr> and now I'm connected to that system.  I now enter the username
and password or whatever is needed to enter the system.  Once in, I get to
the PAD on that system, at the pad I enter the NUA of the OutDial that I
want to connect to.  Once connected to the outdial I enter ATZ <cr> then
ATDT<number> <cr> and that will connect me.  So basically it's connecting
to Datapac -> system -> pad -> outdial -> BBS

The only way to use either is for someone to tell you EXACTLY how because
each system is different.  I don't have any working PADs right now so I
can't give you a working example.

Ok, enough of that.

PART IV: Hacking Systems
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

	The three computer systems I'm going to talk about are Unix, VAX,
and Prime.  Unix's are easy to use, VAX's have very powerful commands, and
Primes... well Primes are relatively SHIT but have *excellent* PAD
software (called "NetLink") and easy to use commands.  Jeez, some Prime
systems will even let you boost your own access... (duhh..) but most don't
contain any good info on them.  Each have an easy way to identify them.
Unix systems will ask for a "Login:" and "Password:" and will give you
unlimited tries and will never kick you off, although they will NOT tell 
you if you've entered a wrong login or password but will just tell you 
that ONE of them didn't work (eg: "Invalid login or password").  VAX 
systems ask for a "Username:" and "Password:" and will allow only 3
invalid tries before kicking you off.  Once in, VAX's will give you a "$"
for a prompt.  Prime systems will display a line as soon as you connect
something like:

PRIMENET 22.0.3 VOID

The "Primenet" tells you it's a Prime system, the 22.0.3 is the revision
of PRIMOS the system is running under (it's operation system ie PrimOS)
and the "VOID" is the system nodename upon connect.  It will not give you
a "login" prompt but you can either enter "login" and hit return to get 
one or just simply type "login <username>" and it will then give you the
"Password:" prompt.  Prime systems only give one chance to connect before
they kick you off.  Prime systems give an "OK," as a prompt.  Now, going 
into more detail on Unix's, Vax's, and Primes...

                                 VAX's:
                                 ------

     The VAX acronym is derived from Virtual Address eXtension.  The VAX
computer is designed to use memory addresses beyond the hardware's actual
limits, enabling it to handle programs that are too large to fit into 
physical memory.  The VAX computer system is a member of the Digital 
Equipment Corporation (DEC) computer family.  Currently the VAX series 
includes models spanning the desktop VAX station to mainframe class 
multi-CPU VAX processors.  These vary from the superminis, like MicroVAX, 
to the older, moderate sized 11/7XX series, to the newer 6000 series. 
These computer systems commonly use an operating system known as VMS.

    The VMS acronym is for Virtual Memory System.  The operands of VMS
are very similar to other operating systems.  Back in the days of 
stand-alone computer systems, DEC had the idea for streamlining the 
operation of their computers for business and engineering.  It conceived
VMS as a way of allowing the basic computer management to be done by a user
familiar with any of the multiple systems it made.

How to get into a VAX by default login/passwords:
-------------------------------------------------

	When DEC designed the VAX they put in several default accounts to
test them out.  These accounts have passwords which don't change from 
system to system.  The system manager should have removed them before the
system was put online but it is not done all the time.  Here are several
defaults for VAX systems:

  Username      Password
  ------------  -----------------
  DECNET        DECNET               -- The accounts listed with
* SYSTEST       UETP                    asterisks "*" next to them are
                SYSTEST                 very powerful accounts.  Defaults
  SYSTEM        SYSTEM                  that have worked for me in the
  DEFAULT       DEFAULT                 past are OPERATOR and SYSTEM. 
* FIELD         FIELD
  OPERATIONS    OPERATIONS
  OPERATOR      OPERATOR
* SUPPORT       SUPPORT     
                DEC

OK, so this basically tells you how to recognize when you've connected to
a VAX and possible ways to get in.  I'm not going to get into detail about
commands but if you DO manage to get into a VAX system, they give
unlimited descriptions of the commands availible.  Just hit HELP at the
prompt and you can get a full description of anything.  The online HELP
will explain it better than I can...

                                 PRIME's
                                 -------
[Some of the following information extracted from "Introduction to the
 PRIMOS Operation System" by the VOID Hackers..]

One thing about Primes is that they're generally ignored by the average
hacker because of the lack of information on them and unfamiliarity, but
PRIMOS is a very user-friendly operating system.  Main Prime owners these
days are corporations and governments.  Different models of Primes are the
Prime 250's (ancient) and 750's (also ancient but still in use), the Prime
4150's (a mid-range system) and the huge Prime 9550's (high-end mini's). 
Also in the high-end spectrum is the Prime MCXL's (super-mini's) and Prime
workstation clusters.  As there are many models, there are just as many
revisions of PRIMOS (the Prime operating system) they run on.  About all
you'll see today are Rev. 20.xx, 21.xx, 22.xx or 23.xx but some foreign
packet-switching networks (PSN's) are still running revisions 17.xx,
18.xx, and 19.xx. (such as Brazil's Interdata or Renpac networks).  Here
are a list of default logins/passwords for PRIME systems:

 User ID         Password                Comments
___________________________________________________________________________

 ADMIN           ADMIN, ADMINISTRATOR    Administrator account
 CMDNC0          CMDNC0                  External command UFD maintenance
 DEMO            DEMO, GUEST             Demo account
 DIAG            DIAG                    Diagnostic account
 FAM             FMA                     File Access Manager
 GAMES           GAMES                   Games account (only on schools)
 GUEST           GUEST, VISITOR          Demo account
 HELP            HELP                    Help subsystem account
 INFO            INFO                    Information account
 JCL             JCL                     Job Control Language account
 LIB             LIB, LIBRARY            Library maintenance account
 NETMAN          NETMAN                  Network controller account
 NETPRIV         NETPRIV                 Network priv account
 NEWS            NEWS                    News account
 NONETPRIV       NONETPRIV               Network nopriv account
 PRIME           PRIME                   Prime account
 PR1ME           PR1ME                   Prime account
 PRIMOS          PRIMOS                  Prime account
 PRIMOS_CL       PRIMOS_CL               Prime account
 REGIST          REGIST                  User registration account
 RJE             RJE                     Remote Job Entry account
 STUDENT         STUDENT, SCHOOL         Student account (only on schools)
 SYSADM          SYSADM, ADMIN           Administrator account
 SYSTEM          SYSTEM                  Administrator account
 TEST            TEST                    Test account
___________________________________________________________________________

Anyways.. if you do get a successful login and password it will return
something like this (I'll call the username "PRIMEUSER" as an example):

        PRIMEUSER (user 87) logged in Sunday, 22 Jan 89 16:15:40.
        Welcome to PRIMOS version 21.0.3
        Copyright (c) 1988, Prime Computer, Inc.
        Serial #<serial_number> (company_name)
        Last login Wednesday, 18 Jan 89 23:37:48.

'serial_number' and 'company_name' will be replaced by the actual serial number
and company name of the company that owns the Prime computer site.

Once you're in PRIMOS will give you one of two prompts: "OK," or "ER!". 
Both are the same, the later just means the previous command you entered
had an error (ie: invalid command).

Ok, to get a list of commands and descriptions type "HELP" for a list of
commands and " <Command Name> HELP " or " HELP <command Name> " for
additional information on that command.

UNIX:
-----

There's too much information on the Unix system for me to decide where to
begin so I'll just state the basics.  I'll give you a big file that
explains Unix's inside-out upon request.  Ok, Unix systems as stated
before are identified with the "login:" and "password:" prompts.  Unix's
will give unlimited attempts to get a correct login/password combination.
Powerful default logins are "root, daemon, sysadm, sysadmin, spool" with
the "root" login being the most powerful of all.

PART V: DATAPAC, FINDING SYSTEMS
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

	Ok, so you wanna get out there and get started right?  Ok, well if
you live in the St. Catharines/Niagara area of Ontario what you do is call
up your local Datapac dialup (eg: 687-1104, 687-1115) and once you're
connected you must enter 2 periods and hit return ".. <cr>" and you'll get
something like

DATAPAC: 3720 1350

or something... The first thing you need to know about Datapac is that the
addresses of the systems connected to it are 8 digits long (when in
standard format... some are up to 20 digits long).  Most have the first
digit higher than "1" and the forth digit a "0".  The good thing about
Datapac is that it has an extensive online help system.  To reach this
enter the address "92100086" and hit return.  It will give a menu and you
can go from there are read up about Datapac as much as you want.

Scanning Datapac:

Ok, the best way to find other systems hooked up with datapac is to scan
for them.  First, decide on what numbers you're going to scan.  Eg: if you
wanted to scan from say 71500000 up, set a macro key to "715000" and enter
the macro+01 then macro+02 then macro+03 etc. etc...  if there's nothing
at that address you'll recieve a "DATAPAC - Invalid Address" response. 
One thing to keep in mind: after every 8 invalid addresses you enter IN A
ROW, Datapac will hang up on you.  Therefore, you MUST enter an address
that connects to a system every 8 unsuccessful tries.  An example is a
system at "20800315" which will connect you to a system and immediately
kick you back to Datapack.  Enter this address after every 8 invalid 
addresses when scanning.  This will keep you from being kicked off for
invalid attempts.  Eg: If I was scanning 205000xx I'd enter 205000 in a
macro, enter macro+00, macro+01, macro+02, etc.. and if I got to macro+07
(which would be 20500007) I'd enter the other macro (20800315) and that
would keep me from being kicked of datapac.  Then I could keep scanning...

You'll come across alot of weird systems when scanning Dpac.  Most will be
either Unix, Prime, or VAX systems but you'll get alot that say stuff like
"Service=" or "Password>" or just really screwed up stuff.  If you ever
get to a Unix (which gives you unlimited tries to login) and want to get
back to Datapac enter 2 CTRL-D's and hit return at the "Login:" prompt.

UNRESPONSIVE SYSTEMS:

Some systems will connect and be unresponsive.  When this happens try
sending a hard break (or a bunch of them) or try the CTRL-<key> keys going
through the alphabet.  If you're convinced you've tried everything and the
system still isn't responding just hangup and call Datapac back up.

Most of the responses you get while scanning will be 

DATAPAC - Invalid Address

but once in awhile you'll get something like

DATAPAC - Remote Directive

or

DATAPAC - Incompatible Destination

or something else... Don't worry about writing down these addresses
because they're useless.  The only one (besides DATAPAC - Call Connected
of course) to keep track of is "DATAPAC - Collect Call Refused".  This
means that the system at the address you entered will not pay for the
connection.  It is still possible to reach that system by using a PAD so
don't throw those addresses away.

If you've done alot of scanning and still can't find anything of interest
here's a few things you can check out:

ADDRESS:  SYSTEM IT CONNECTS TO:
--------  -------------------------------------------------------------
20800015  VAX system
31500475  PRIME system

20800121  Another VAX system
20800095  something to screw around with
20800122  Canadian Chambers of Commerce Database
33400672  another thing to screw around with...
41100043  Info Globe Database
41500077  Humber College
43601541  Canada Life Insurance
43700265  Rehabilitation Services of Canada (VAX system)
44400224  Infomart Online (VAX)
44400053  IBM Information Services
59100088  Athabasca University
67200056  Alberta Research Council (MicroVAX)
70800051  Air Canada (UNIX)
92100086  Datapac Information System

All of those were taken from the I.C.E. Datapac Address List (over 200
systems listed... check it out - availible on my BBS - ICE HQ)

Ok.. I've talked a little more than I planned to but there's still alot
more I want to tell you about.  This is just the first version of this
handbook so whatever you want to know about, call my BBS and leave me
feedback and I'll make SURE your question is answered in the next release
no matter how small it may be.  If you or someone you know would like to be
a guest writer, let me know and tell me what you're gonna talk about, or
just send in a text file and I'll look at it and put it in the next
release.

This first release is just to open people's eyes to the h/p society and
the questions can flow from here.  When I know what people want to know
about (specifically.. it's very hard to explain hack/phreaking in general)
I'll know what to put in the next release.  There are of course, some
things you have to be familiar with before I can start going into detail
about them.

Please call my BBS and leave any comments or suggestions about this so I
can make the next release better.  This is a sort of "alpha" release...

Some H/P BBS's to check out:
---------------------------
416-648-8175  Meltdown - lotsa messages and codes
414-781-3218  Tone Town - 330 megs, good h/p file section
510-946-1737  PH.B.I. - excellent text files!

and of course, my BBS:

   !!!!! -+- PSYCHIATRIC CYBERHELL (ICE HQ): (416) 934-4055 -+- !!!!!!
         %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

If this is the sort of thing you might be interested in, then my BBS is
the ONLY BBS in Niagara supporting active H/P message and file areas and
gets calls from phreaks worldwide.  Get in the message bases there and ask
questions because they'll be answered by people with EXPERIENCE.
MY BBS ONCE AGAIN: 416-934-4055 - St. Catharines
Tell me you got the number from this text file!!!!!

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can be contacted in the following countries:

InterNet/UUCP........ liquid_jesus@pegasus.ch
Canada............... ICE WHQ: (416)934-4055, Club Z BBS: (416)934-6795
United States........ Tone Town BBS: (414)781-3218
France (direct)...... +33 36431515 (type "THELINE") mailbox name: ICE92
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Switzerland (X.25)... 228475212574 (Same as above)
Iceland (direct)..... 354-1-78099, 670990
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