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Scanning Telenet




                                TELENET SCANNING


    Telenet is the largest Packet Switching network, that I know of at this
 present time, I could waste valuable buffer space explaining what packet
 switching is and what its uses are ect...so for more information read
 "Packet Switching (tomorrow's communications today) by Roy D. Rosner. It
 is quite indepth and one of the books I cherish in my "legal" Telecomm
 library.

 DEFINITION of GTE TELENET : The packet switching subsidiary of General
 Telephone and Electronics. It provides nationwide common user data
 communications via packet switching


 Information on GTE TELENET :
 ----------------------------

 The GTE Telenet commercial packet switched network was developed as a
commercial venture of many of the same principals who developed ARPANET.
GTE Telenet first became in 1979.

 OPERATION :
 ------------

 Telenets network operation and internal protocals evolved from the ARPANET
experience , with additional cababilitys built into each of the switching nods.
The network is mostly a ciruit bases packet switching protocol, that does meet
the requirments of the CCITT X.25 protocol at the user interface. In addition,
Telenet also provides customized user interfaces to meet the need of the
individual users.  It also provides emulation interfaces.


 USER ACCESS :
 -------------

 User access to the network is through one of the three clases of telenet
central offices, such as the one in San Fran, support user access speeds up to
56k bps is a Class I. Class II offices, such as the one in Spokane,Wa provide
connection speeds up to 9600 bps. Class III offices support rates up to 1200
bps, such as the one in tucson,arizona. User access can be made to   Public
Dialin ports, private dial in ports, or fixed ports dedicated full time for a
single user. Users can implement X.25 compatable software in there host
computer or they can just use the T-net provided interface processors to
provide network service. Terminal Clusters can be accessed to the network very
effciently by use of Telenet access controllers placed at the customers
residece or business,ect..


 Telenet Dialups
 ---------------

 To find the local Telenet dialup for your area just call WATS to 800-TEL-ENET
and ask them for it but remember to watch out "Every thing you do on telenet is
saved on Mega tape for up to 5 years, and they have installed number
identification since December 1987,

 WATS TELENET DIALUPS....

 (800) 424-9494 300/1200 BPS
 (800) 238-0631 2400 & MPE

 These wats will change in aug. 88 so if you would like the new ones leave my
E-Mail on Lunitics Labs (415) 278-7421


 What to do one you have your POTS dialup:
 -----------------------------------------

 Remember to do any scanning on telenet you need a POTS dialup not a WATS, the
WATS dialup is mainly used for Telemail or GTE MAIL., or SPRINT HP's Call your
local dial up and you should see something that says TELENET 617 18m, or
whatevr...just hit <REt> a few times. and you should see something that looks
like this.

 @

at the "@" prompt type in NPA XXX..for now just use your area code...

like this....( this is a Network User Address  or NUA)

@ 415 333

 it will then either connect you, or say "Collect Connection Refused",
because you have not used an NUI, more on NUI's later...

 you will see one of the following :

 1) call connected .... <this is what you want>
 2) Remote Procedure Error  11 b6
 3) Remote Procedure Error  11 e2
 4) Not Reachable  05 e6
 5) not reachable  05 db
 6) Not operating ....  <try later>
 7) illegal address  03 80
 8) Busy  01 00 ..... <try later>
 9) enhanced network services unavalible at this time please try again 05 d8
10) illegal address  03 ba
11) rejecting        00 7e
12) illegal address  03 42
13) remote procedure error  11 31
14) Refused collect connection 19 00 ..... <use NUI>
15) not reachable  05 ed
16) not responding 0d f0



if the call is connected you will find an interesting computer system, or
whatever..


 What is an NUI and how do you use it..
 ---------------------------------------

 An NUI or Network User Id is mostly used for connecting to things that give
you the "Refused collect connection" error. I always have an NUI in use when I
am scanning

 at the @ promt type:

 @ ID USERID

 it will come up with a
   PASS= promt, so then  you enter the password I have a listing of about 80 or
so NUI's and they usually dont die , so here is a few....

 ID  SIMPCNOE
 PASS= 071034

 ID FINLAY
 PASS= 004461


 NUA listing of recent things Scanned by DOC telecom:
 ----------------------------------------------------



 NUA              SYSTEM TYPE            SPECIAL NOTES
--------------- -----------------------  ----------------------------------
 804 35           ?
 804 43           PRIME                    PRIMENET
 303 38           PRIME                    PRIMENET 21.0.3.C1 SL
 804 60           ?
 713 436                                   CONNECTS
 713 450                                   CONNECTS
 713 454                                   CONNECTS
 713 462                                   CONNECTS
 713 431                                   CONNECTS
 612 442         ?
 415 333         AOS/VS 7.56
 415 334         AOS/VS 7.56
 206 20          HP 3000
 206 30          HP 3000
 206 32          VAX                       MICRO VMS V4.7
 206 35                                    CONCURRECT COMPUTER CORP
 206 38          AOS/VS 7.56
 206 42          AOS/VS 7.56
 206 44          AOS/VS 7.56
 206 40          PRIME                     PRIMENET 20.2.4
 206 53                                    CONNECTS
 206 65          PRIME                     PRIMENET 20.1.1D OAD
 206 72          DIFFRENT KINDS            UNIV. OF WASHINGTON
 212 137         PRIME                     PRIMENET 21.0.3.R7.PTC.3 NY60
 909 46
 303 65                                    COMPUTER SHARING SYSTEM
 212 32                                    CIDIADVICE CENTER
 303 23          PRIME
 212 112                                   VM/370 ONLINE
 212 131                                   VM/370 ONLINE
 909 400
 909 401
 909 403
 909 404
 909 406
 909 407
 909 409
 909 502
 909 508         PRIME
 909 600
 909 615         PRIME
 909 617         PRIME
 212 20                                    "ENTER ID"
 212 21                                    "ENTER ID"
 909 810
 909 800
 909 801
 909 802
 909 805
 909 811
 909 815
 909 818
 909 819
 415 37           HP 3000
 617 622          UNIX                      MEDIA LABS...<didnt scan this>
 214 71           PRIME                     PRIMENET FB.3.3 UUCB
 212 146                                    OFFICE INFO SERVICE
 415 20                                     DIALOG
 213 35                                     MARKETRUN RESERCH AND SALES
 909 95           PRIME                     TELENET NEWS SEWRVICE
 305 22           HP 3000                   CIERRA COMPUTER
 201 25           DEC                       NJIT ELECTRONIC INFO EXCHANGE
 515 30                                     LEXIS/NEXIS
 201 67                                     WARNER BROTHERS SYSTEMS
 201 68                                     WARNER BROTHERS SYSTEMS
 212 28           OUTDIAL
 909 12           PRIME
 909 13                                     CONNECTS
 909 51                                     CONNECTS
 909 52                                     CONNECTS
 909 54                                     CONNECTS
 909 58                                     CONNECTS
 909 26           PRIME
 909 38
 909 39           PRIME
 909 49
 909 55
 909 777                                    CONNECTS
 909 65
 909 63
 909 53
 909 56
 909 60
 909 62



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