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California network using Holland dial-up access numbers?

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Radium, May 13, 2007.

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  1. Radium

    Radium Guest

    Hi:

    Is it possible for an individual in California to connect to a dial-up
    network in Holland by dialing an international number than connects to
    a modem in the Netherlands?

    How much would this cost?

    I don't actually plan to do this [its probably too expensive and the
    connection will most likely be a crawl], however, I like the sound of
    dial-modems combined with the tones resulting from the "negotiations"
    of the phone systems on the way from CA to Holland and then back.

    Each individual has a different form of entertainment.

    I am looking for dial-up access numbers in Holland. I like the sounds
    of the Dutch dial-up modems along with the sound that result from the
    negotiations from CA to Holland and back.

    Where can I find dial-numbers that lead to remote computers in
    Holland?

    To dial to Holland: 011-31 and then the number

    All Dutch telephone numbers start with 011-31.

    I am looking for dial-up access number in Holland.


    Thanks,

    Radium
     
  2. Have you tried getting your nipples pierced?
     
  3. kony

    kony Guest


    Have you considered seeing a psychiatrist?
    Even loons "think" they have some kind of purpose.
     
  4. default

    default Guest

    Classic Google Grouper.
     
  5. Figaro

    Figaro Guest

    | Hi:
    |
    | Is it possible for an individual in California to connect to a dial-up
    | network in Holland by dialing an international number than connects to
    | a modem in the Netherlands?
    |
    | How much would this cost?
    |
    |

    Not too much if you go dutch.
     

  6. No, Radium is a troll that won't go away. :(


    --
    Service to my country? Been there, Done that, and I've got my DD214 to
    prove it.
    Member of DAV #85.

    Michael A. Terrell
    Central Florida
     
  7. jaminja

    jaminja Guest

    Yes and probably expensive. I've never known anyone just want to
    listen to modems negotiating ;^) but you could probably call
    011-31-20-3463434 which is an AT&T global net access number. Or look
    on https://help.attbusiness.net/index.cfm?fuseaction=access_numbers.home
    for any intl. access numbers.
    Indeed!

    ciao...jaminja
     
  8. Sjouke Burry

    Sjouke Burry Guest

    Radium,how many newsgroups are you trying to **** up?

    Your nitwit questions/answers look as if you do it on purpose.

    Na, you cant be that smart.
     
  9. News Reader

    News Reader Guest


    Hi,


    Presumably, all modem handshakes are essentially the same... (barring minor
    variations from manufacturer to manufacturer)...?

    In any event, I think a quick google will find you "some" data modem in any
    country you want that you can call and listen to.

    I think the only difference you will find from calling your neighbours modem
    or your local / national ISPs is slightly reduced audio quality and possibly
    some increase delay ;).

    Have fun. I think ATT would like more customers like you.


    Best wishes,



    News Reader
     
  10. News Reader

    News Reader Guest


    Hi,


    .... further thought.... you [OP] seem to have a slight problem with
    repetition. Three times plus on a simple statement / enquiry such as yours
    might be a little redundant / superfluous.


    Best wishes,



    News Reader
     

  11. He's a stinking troll! What else do you expect?


    --
    Service to my country? Been there, Done that, and I've got my DD214 to
    prove it.
    Member of DAV #85.

    Michael A. Terrell
    Central Florida
     
  12. Radium

    Radium Guest

    Sorry and thanks for your input about the internation dial-up to
    Holland.
     
  13. Don

    Don Guest


    Ha ha! Anyone can see this is a troll when they read:
    ### "Each individual has a different form of entertainment". ###
    This tells us the poster knows he needs to somehow justify the
    stupidity of this request in order to make the post sound serious and
    so fool naive readers.

    Is that poster really going to cold-call Dutch numbers just to hear
    dial-up modems? Of course not. If he wanted to do hear that sound
    then he could just listen to a sound clip.

    Then see how the troll keeps a straight face and is polite in his
    reply to this thread hoping that he has still kept some readers
    fooled and will reel them in the next time he posts one of his
    sincere-sounding trolls.

    What's next?... "How much to call from a ship in the Pacific to my
    sick mother who is in an air-ambulance in Nepal if the call has to go
    via Canada because that is where the calling card is based?"

    And then the detailed touch: "Is there an-off peak rate?"

    And even: "Is it cheaper if she called me back?"

    Sob sob. Lovely story. Great son. Sob. Must help. Sob.
     
  14. Radium

    Radium Guest

    I tend to strongly associate telecommunications and psychedelia with
    Holland and Switzerland. When I hear the Swiss/Dutch dial-up modem
    tones along with the tones resulting from electronic "negotiations"
    from CA to Holland/Switzerland and back, I feel scared and happy at
    the same time. Things that are scary can be fun. When I listen to such
    tones and know that they are from Holland/Switzerland, the fear and
    enjoyment put me in a dissociative trance. I feel like I am in sort of
    Sci-Fi universe of long-distant electromagnetic telecommunications.

    Things that are scary can be enjoyable at times.

    I get a similar drug-like state when I listen to heterodynes on AM
    radio stations.

    It's like virtual reality. Terrifying yet pleasurable at the same
    time.
    Um, yes I would. If could find some such numbers.
    I've searched endlessly for audio clips of such tones. None exist.
     
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