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#11898 - 08/15/02 06:16 AM PBX Scanner  
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I am looking for a Windows based PBX Scanner. I am willing to share with the helper(s) all (or the rough majority) of the PBX's scanned in the 503 areacode (and others).

If you are interested in helping please email me at gizmo[at]undergroundnews[dot]com or Gizmo[at]phoneabuse[dot]com


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#11899 - 08/15/02 05:14 PM Re: PBX Scanner  
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You didn't like the one I found last night in irc?

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#11900 - 08/15/02 08:17 PM Re: PBX Scanner  
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The ones that I recieved on the IRC were dos based for one and use com ports... Kinda hard to use a PCI/ISA modem to scan when its wanting to use com1 which is a serial port ...


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#11901 - 08/15/02 10:37 PM Re: PBX Scanner  
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what is a PBX scanner?, may i ask.


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#11902 - 08/15/02 11:38 PM Re: PBX Scanner  
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PBX systems are the type of phone systems used by business, there own local network of phone lines and shit. You know, the kind you gotta dial 9 to get an outside line on.

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#11903 - 08/16/02 12:20 AM Re: PBX Scanner  
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probably like our school phone system. so a scanner is to scan for PBX systems in the area or whatever


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#11904 - 08/16/02 03:18 AM Re: PBX Scanner  
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Kinda hard to use a PCI/ISA modem to scan when its wanting to use com1 which is a serial port
Not quite, COM1 is I/O address 3F8 and IRQ 4, while a serial port is a 9 or 15 pin DB connector on the back of most of our PC's that accepts data in serial form. They are not nesicarily the same thing.

Yes, I'm being anal, but I have a couple ISA modems that can very easily be set to COM1, COM2, or even COM3 or COM4. (yes, I know COM3 is the same as COM1, likewise with COM2 and COM4)

Now I'm not arguing about the scanner needing a serial port, more that I'm just pointing out a possible oversight. [Thumb]

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#11905 - 08/16/02 11:16 PM Re: PBX Scanner  
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Yeh, well, i don't feel like tweaking, fuckoff...

Com1 = PRO-39 POCSAG Scanner
Com2 = Amateur Radio PACKET Radio


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#11906 - 04/08/03 07:26 AM Re: PBX Scanner  
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Any clue on how these PBX scanners detect if a PBX is there?

Could it just detect a dialtone after the number is dialed?


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