Cherry Hill, NJ
reply to Pher9999
Re: Phone# w/my FIOS said "No such number" for school
said by Pher9999:This is correct, when an update to the LERG is made then we will see updates made. For instance, say the NY metro area added a new NPA-NXX, the LERG will require all providers to update their switches to route accordingly. Of course you will find one or two telecoms that either didn't update their switch or put in the update but made a mistake somehow.
Only way for a route to change is a LERG Update or porting request. If not Switches don't get updated like Ever.... Could there have been a mistype somewhere in the School Provider's system, sure.
Cherry Hill, NJ
reply to lijacobs
said by lijacobs:I see many instances where a block of numbers are exchanged between providers and mistakenly give a few subscribers numbers with it. i.e. John has at&t and his number fall in this line range - 555-220-xxxx. Then the company exchanges that entire line range to sprint. Now John can't receive any calls and is putting in a trouble ticket. said by mig288:
Just an FYI., this website is specifically used for caller ID. This wouldn't indicate if your phone number is provisioned properly.
There is no such thing a 100% certainty, but if the site does an SS7 dip and finds the DN then there's a 99.9% chance that the line is provisioned.
When someone does a query into the NPAC database, we see the number now belongs to sprint. This typically doesn't happen on a large scale, but it happens.
Ellicott City, MD
reply to JackPearson2
Careful: tnid.us shows you the 'original' carrier. I'm with Vonage at the moment, and it indicates original carrier was Verzon (which it was, but its not now...) Same thing with my mother's number; she's with Cavalier Telephone, and 'original carrier' is Verizon.