[VoiceOps] NPA 710 GETS NS/EP
jtodd at loligo.com
Thu Jul 22 12:35:59 EDT 2010
On Jul 22, 2010, at 11:06 AM, Hiers, David wrote:
> Hi Group,
> Is NPA 710 still the federal Government Emergency Telephone Service
> (GETS) NPA for the National Security / Emergency Preparedness (NS/
> EP) program?
> Either someone is misdialing, or pizza hut is calling back to
> confirm Jack Bauer’s order...
> I figure that something that big couldn’t get reassigned without me
> noticing something in some planning letter, but those GETS folks are
> pretty tricky :)
> David Hiers
> CCIE (R/S, V), CISSP
> ADP Dealer Services
> 2525 SW 1st Ave.
> Suite 300W
> Portland, OR 97201
> o: 503-205-4467
> f: 503-402-3277
You're seeing this as a caller ID on inbound calls? I've found that
the proliferation of previous area codes into exchanges has led to
some strange, mangled caller IDs that actually work if you press
"redial", but they get a person who has NO idea what you're calling
about. 710 I'm sure is now an exchange in lots of places that is
somehow turning into an area code on outbound presentation.
Or this could be yet-another ill-fated "private prefix" for VoIP
dialing, like area code 747 for the Gizmo project, or (coincidentally)
area code 700 for IAXTel. I hate e.164. :-)
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