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Datapac



                              ==Phrack Magazine==

                 Volume Four, Issue Forty-Four, File 21 of 27

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    All of us I am sure have read penultimate files on the workings of
Tymnet or in some cases Sprintnet. These are staples in a hacker's diet.
In fact any second rate "underground" BBS has complete sections on BT
North America and the nets available therein. However one such net you
will most likely see very little on, is Datapac.

    Datapac was originated in the late seventies by Telecom Canada, a
large partnership of Telcos and businesses interested in high speed data
transfers between Business & Government systems which would be hassle free
and cheaper in the long run. (The birth of most PSN's really.)

    The significance of Datapac however is that it has changed very little
by way of security in the past ten years, although it has extended
access to most of the globe in one fashion or another. Datapac is not
only a hacker's utopia due to lax (in some cases non-existant) security;
it is also, for the most part, safe ground (this term is, of course, used
somewhat lightly) for beginners and the unsure to try their luck/skill
at the game of packet switched network hacking. The Datapac net is most
important to Canadian Hackers who have direct access to it, and
therefore (if you're lucky) direct access to the world.

A list of dial-up ports in Canada follows.

CITY (PROVINCE)           DIAL NUMBER (SPEED 2400)     DIAL NUMBER (SPEED 9600)
===============           ========================     ========================

(TOLL FREE-CANADA)                                         800-565-8805
Abbotsford (BC)                                            604-855-3632
Banff-Canmore(ALTA)                                        403-762-5603
Barrie (ONT)                    705-721-2411               705-726-0168
Bathurst (NB)                   506-548-8658               506-548-9837
Belleville (ONT)                                           613-969-1161
Brampton (ONT)                  416-796-3808
Brantford (ONT)                 519-758-0058
Brockville (ONT)                613-345-7550               613-498-0676
Calgary (ALTA)                  403-263-5021               403-265-4081
Campbell River (BC)             604-287-9166               604-286-9800
Chatham (ONT)                   519-351-8950
Chicoutimi - Jonqui (QUE)       418-543-8013               418-543-8512
Chilliwack (BC)                                            604-792-5218
Clarkson (ONT)                  416-823-6010
Cornerbrook (NFLD)              709-634-9060               709-634-8406
Cornwall (ONT)                                             613-936-9145
Courtenay/Comox (BC)                                       604-334-9846
Dawson Creek (BC)                                          604-782-8549
Drayton Valley                                             403-542-2300
Drummondville (QUE)                                        819-478-1741
Duncan (BC)                                                604-746-8241
Edmonton (ALTA)                 403-421-1428               403-429-2492
Edmundston (NB)                                            506-735-8809
Fort McMurray (ALTA)                                       403-790-2300
Fort St John (BC)                                          604-787-8402
Fredericton (NB)                506-459-2792               506-453-0754
Granby (QUE)                                               514-375-9666
Grand Centre (ALTA)                                        403-594-2636
Grande Prairie (ALTA)                                      403-532-4533
Guelph (ONT)                    519-763-3610               519-763-1280
Halifax (NS)                    902-453-9100               902-453-2666
Hamilton (ONT)                  416-523-6948               416-523-6855
Kingston (ONT)                  613-546-0039               613-546-5764
Kitchener (ONT)                 519-741-4000               519-741-1499
Lethbridge (ALTA)                                          403-320-6200
Lindsay (ONT)                                              705-328-2941
Lloydminster (ALTA)                                        403-875-8069
London (ONT)                    519-432-2710               519-432-7101
Medicine Hat (ALTA)                                        403-528-3445
Moncton (NB)                    506-856-5196               506-383-7780
Montreal (QUE)                  514-861-4750               514-845-6014
Nanaimo (BC)                                               604-741-1552
Nelson (BC)                                                604-352-9258
New Glasgow (NS)                902-755-4594
North Bay (Ont)                                            705-495-4720
Oshawa (ONT)                                               416-404-0596
Ottawa (ONT)                    613-567-4552               613-563-7658
Peace River (ALTA)                                         403-624-1165
Penticton (BC)                                             604-490-0251
Port Alberni (BC)                                          604-723-6178
Port Hardy (BC)                                            604-949-8973
Powell River (BC)                                          604-485-9646
Prince George (BC)              604-561-9178               604-564-8953
Prince Rupert (BC)                                         604-627-8937
Quebec City (QUE)               418-647-2421               418-648-2611
Quesnel (BC)                                               604-992-3854
Red Deer (ALTA)                                            403-341-4033
Regina (SASK)                   306-525-8760               306-347-9073
Rimouski (QUE)                  418-725-3620
Sault St-Marie (ONT)                                       705-942-7030
Sarnia (ONT)                    519-339-9144               519-337-4727
Saskatoon (SASK)                306-934-9100               306-665-1046
Sherbrooke (QUE)                819-564-6417               819-829-1146
Smithers (BC)                                              604-847-9173
St Catherines (ONT)             416-687-3340               416-688-3433
St. Jerome                                                 514-565-6552
St John's (NFLD)                709-739-1499               709-739-6931
St Johns (NB)                   506-633-1021               506-652-1482
Ste Hyacinthe (QUE)                                        514-774-0720
Sydney (NS)                     902-562-8224
Terrace (BC)                                               604-638-8596
Toronto (ONT)                   416-979-1232               416-979-1251
Trois Rivieres (QUE)            819-373-9983               819-373-9070
Truro (NS)                      902-893-5434
Valleyfield (QUE)                                          514-377-2114
Vancouver (BC)                  604-662-8747               604-662-7865
Victoria (BC)                   604-380-3874               604-360-2673
Whistler (BC)                                              604-932-8927
William Lake (BC)                                          604-398-8632
Windsor (ONT)                   519-973-1086               519-973-4633
Winnipeg (MAN)                  204-947-6797               204-453-6099

                       Connecting and Addressing

    Once connected you will need to type one or three periods and a
carriage return, this will produce a numerical format denoting your port
address and node,
                           XXXX XXXX
    PORT Address-----------^    ^
    NODE number-----------------^

    Once this is established the network simply sits and waits for you to
spit commands at it, in other words an address to whence you would like to
travel. Failing this, idle time will have you disconnected, the time
varies but averages around 1 or 2 minutes.

    The formatting of a Datapac address is really quite simple and is
most often 8 digits long (sometimes ten but we'll get to that later)
The first four (the prefix) specify the current location in Canada,
for instance large cities will have several, just as they will have
more than one prefix in the phone directories. The last four digits
are arbitrary, and correspond to the host number.

    An address with ten numbers as opposed to eight (ie: xxxx xxxx xx) is
utilizing a subaddress.  Quite often these machines will be independent
of a cluster of nodes and there only to fulfill one task. Also they
may simply be segregated machines for no apparent reason at all
(except to make scans a bitch :>). Quite often you will find that
subsystems work as a PAD or PAC allowing you re-enter the Dpac from
a host level, therefore allowing you to make use of the company's
inherent NUI and connect to other places on the Dpac that disallow
collect calls.


                 Connecting to Machines on the Dpac

    Datapac, like most networks, uses NUIs (Network User ID) which
keep accounting for all billed connections.  HOWEVER a great deal of
machines on the Dpac allow for collect calls from within the network.
Yet if you have a valid NUI you may connect to ANY machine hooked up
to the Dpac (except those which are part of a closed user group).
I have found that it is best to PAD hop and avoid the whole NUI
problem entirely.  The following a list of connection messages
and their explanations for inter-network calls.

MESSAGE                         EXPLANATION
-------                         -----------
Call connected to: XXXXXXXX     A virtual circuit has been established
                                between an originating DTE and a remote
                                (receiving) DTE.

Hunted                          The remote logical channel is part of
                                a hunt group.

Backed Up                       The call attempt to the remote DTE has failed.
                                The network has re-directed the call to
                                another predetermined DTE that has been
                                optioned as backup.

I                               The call has been placed to an international
                                address.

P                               Priority service.  Packet size: 128.

N                               Normal service.  Packet size: 128 or 256.

DNA                             Data Network Address of the originating DTE.

LCN                             Logical Channel Number of the recipient DTE.

NUI                             The call will be billed to the 6 to 8
                                character Network User Identifier.

CUG                             The recipient DTE is part of a closed user
                                group.

Reverse Charge                  The recipient DTE has accepted the charge
                                associated With the established call.

    These reactions apply to any calls made that are not "international"
I will list the connect reactions for international calls in the following
section.

 DATAPAC INTERNATIONAL ACCESS PROCEDURES
 ---------------------------------------

    Datapac International provides outgoing and incoming access to 6 U.S.
based Networks and to over 100 packet-switched networks around the world.
To successfully complete such calls, Datapac has implemented the International
CCITT X.75 procedures and X.121 International numbering plan.  Thus, the
Datapac user originating an international call must use the following format:

                                           (1) (DNIC) (FOREIGN ADDRESS)
                                            :     :          :
      One defines the Datapac International.:     :          :
      Prefix.                                     :          :
                                                  :          :
      Packet networks are identified by a ........:          :
      four digit number called a DNIC                        :
      (data network identification code)                     :
                                                             :
      The foreign national address is .......................:
      expressed as an eight to ten digit
      address.

Here is a list of useful DNIC's if you get the urge to scan "other" networks.

    Sprintnet         3110
    Bell South        3143
    Centel            3148
    BT Tymnet         3106
    Accunet           3134
    NYNEX             3144
    U.S. West         3147
    ADP Autonet       3126
    Fedex             3138
    Express           3139

    If you are scanning (which I assume you might be) you will encounter a
great many cryptic messages.  So many, in fact, I am sure you will loose
count.  Some are worth mentioning some are not but here a few you might
encounter.

   CALL CLEARED --     A network problem within Datapac
   TEMPORARY NETWORK   or a foreign network prevents either
   PROBLEM (XXY)       the requested call from being established
                       or the established call from being
                       continued.  Try again later.

  CALL CLEARED --     Either the foreign network requested is not
  ADDRESS NOT IN      accessible from Datapac, or the foreign
  SERVICE (XXY)       network address specified identifies a
                      non-existent destination, i.e., the address is
                      not yet assigned or no longer assigned.
                      Verify with destination that the foreign
                      network is accessible from Datapac and that
                      the foreign network address is assigned.

 CALL CLEARED --      The calling terminal is not permitted to
 ACCESS BARRED        establish an international call to the
 (XXY)                called destination address because of a
                      closed user group violation.  Verify
                      network address with destination.

  CALL CLEARED --     Either the foreign network or the
  COLLECT CALL        destination address is not willing to
  REFUSED (XXY)       accept the collect calls.  Verify the call
                      establishment procedures with destination.

  CALL CLEARED --     The Call Request is considered invalid
  INCOMPATIBLE        by the foreign network mainly because of
  CALL OPTIONS        the incorrect number of digits in the
  (XXY)               foreign network address.  Verify foreign
                      network address with destination.

  CALL CLEARED --     The destination is out of order, possibly
  DESTINATION NOT     because the destination's network access
  RESPONDING (XXY)    link is inoperative.  Try again later
                      and verify with destination.

  CALL CLEARED --     The destination address called is fully
  DESTINATION BUSY    engaged (no logical channels available)
  (XXY)               and cannot accept another call at this
                      time.  Try again later.

  CALL CLEARED --     This message indicates a protocol error at
  REMOTE PROCEDURE    the remote DTE interface.  Check with remote
  ERROR (XXY)         DTE  (destination).


                      Outdials on Dpac

    On most Dpac dialups there are also dialouts, however to use them you
must either be calling from a Host on the Dpac or have a public access
NUI.  The latter tends to be more difficult to get than the former.  A list of
addresses for dialouts is available at 9210 0086 (the Datapac help
center), however it is OLD and therefore somewhat inaccurate so I have
not included it.  Also you will find that a majority of the dialouts
are of the low baud rate variety, however there are a few 19.2
dialouts as well.

    While dialouts are quite often a pain in the ass to access, all hope is
not lost.  Many of the machines you encounter on Dpac are LATservers,
Gandalfs, System/370s, etc. with dialouts.  I have found more
than a few that are COMPLETELY un-passworded with Global access
dialouts.

    Beyond all this, Dpac can also be very useful for covering your
tracks while attempting to perform digital voyeurism on other networks
like Sprintnet, Tymnet, etc.  It may mean that you have less leeway but it
still makes the target site go through a bit more difficulty in tracking
you down.

    In closing this, I am leaving a scan through which you can get familiar
with Dpac.  It is far from complete as a guide to Datapac, but lists
many of the systems I have found that accept collect calls.
I will first list prefixes and the areas they represent.

    If you are looking a decent Datapac Scanner you can get one at
403-283-5519, while this is not a public system, it will allow guest
users to log on and transfer a scanner made for Procomm for Windows

                     Partial Datapac Prefix List

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
Calgary (ALTA)            6330   |    Clarkson (ONT)            9190
Edmonton (ALTA)           5870   |    Halifax (NS)              7610
Hamilton (ONT)            3850   |    Kitchener (ONT)           3340
London (ONT)              3560   |    Montreal (QUE)            8270
Ottawa (ONT)              8570   |    Quebec City (QUE)         4840
Regina (SASK)             7210   |    St-John's (NB)            7460
Saskatoon (SASK)          7110   |    St. John (NFLD)           7810
Toronto (ONT)             9160   |    Vancouver (BC)            6710
Windsor (ONT)             2950   |    Winnipeg (MAN)            6920
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

                             Scan List

-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
<] NUA [>         <] Service Name [>    ($ = Refused Collect Connection)
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
20100071           $ VM/SP
20200115             VAX/VMS
20200116             VAX/VMS
20200156             Diand Information System
20200214           $ UNIX      (gtagmhs2)
20200230             METS Dial-In Server  Enter your login name:
2020024098           Control Port on Node Ottawa 6505 PAD
20200286           $ VAX/VMS
2020032099           MPX.25102: PASSWORD
20200321             SunOS     Rel 4.1.3 (X25)
20200322             SunOS          ""
20200330             INETCO    Magicbank
20200342             ::
20200497             VAX/VMS
202005421          $ VAX/VMS
20200548             SunOS     Rel 4.1.3 (TMS470)
20200582           $ VAX/VMS   Production System
20200586             ULTRIX    v4.2 (fcsa)
20200600           $ User Id/Usager:
20200602           $ UNIX      (gtagmhs)
20400011           $ VM/SP     BNRCEN
20400089             XMUX      node: 320QUEEN
20400157             HP3000    IDRC/CDRI/CIID:
20400177             QL * IDENTIFIEZ-VOUS SVP * PLEASE SIGN ON:
2040017777           GST Questions & Answers by Revenue Canada
20400180             XMUX      node: STORE305
20400205             VAX/VMS
20400210             VMS/VAX
20400249             UNIX
20400268           $ VAX/VMS
20400407           $ VAX/VMS
20400459             MHP1201I TERMINAL CONNECTED TO PACKET/74
20400470             ISM/TSO   READY TO HOST
20400478             HP3000
20400484             VAX/VMS
20400529           $ XMUX      node: SMITHFLD
20400642             CDCNET
20400683             PACX      (user interface)
20400712             UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
20400860             VAX/VMS
20401313             Network
20401375             DATAPAC: DOT SYSTEM READY
20500011             VM/SP     Canada Institute for Scientific & Tech Info
20500036             enter v for vtam (roscoe or tso) d for dobis
20500047           $ #
20600029             SCO       domus1   SCO v/386
20600222             Please enter password
20700038           $ VAX/VMS
20700040             Enter profile ID:
20700053             NODE 57206798 (looks like an iNet2000?)
20700122             XMUX      node: OTTAWA
20700157             UNIX      ""
20700187           $ VAX/VMS   Canada Centre for Remote Sensing Satellite Op.
20700194             iNet2000
20700195             iNet2000
20700201           $ HP3000 Supply & Services Canada
20700326             DATAPAC : NBA SYSTEM READY
20700416             Operator Code:
20700439             UNIX      (bcm_kernel)
20700471             ISM       (7/E/1) ISM Systems Corp/Ottawa Processing
20700538             XMUX      node: TMIXMUX0
20700539             XMUX      node: TMIXMUX1
20700540             XMUX      node: TMIXMUX2
20700541             UNIX
20700561
20700591             Canadian Intl. Development Agency's BBS(CIDA)
20700596             UNIX      Zoomit
20700603             VAX/VMS
20700611           $ DIAND INFO SYSTEM. ENTER SERVICE NAME
20700615             SCO OD    Statsys1
20700616           $ UNIX      gateway!login:
20700617             UNIX      Zoomit
20700652             UNIX
20700665           $ NC-PASS
20700666           $ NC-PASS
20700718             OBS Online Services (WYLBUR)
20700728             VAX/VMS
20700740             UNIX
20700741             VAX/VMS
20800015             VAX/VMS
20800033             VAX/VMS   v5.5-1
20800043           $ DIAND Info System - INAC. Sioux Lookout.
20800095             TSO
20800187             VAX/VMS   FCSA System VAX/VMS 4.2
21200014             CDCNET
21200030           $ PACX
21300047             Please Enter Password
21600001             ::
21700054             VAX/VMS
21700073             ::
22100034             HP3000    Burgess Wholesale Foods  MPE/XL -Kingston
22100138             INT NET  Enter SecurID Passcode:
22100188             VAX/VMS
22400041             XMUX      node: BELLEVIL
22600049             SERVICE ID=
22700017             VAX/VMS
23400121           $ UNIX      orillia x25
23600035             VAX/VMS   Micro VAX 3100 / VMS 5.5
23800176             VAX/VMS   v5.5-1
23800236             XMUX      node: OTTAWA
23800343             node 57216d65 (looks like an iNet2000)
23800451           $ VAX/VMS   Certification System
23800491             UNIX      X.29 Terminal Service
23800505             ONLINE SERVICES(WYLBUR) ENTER USER ID-
23800507                          ""       ""
23800594             ENTER FUNCTION:(Fisheries & Oceans Canada)
23800599             XMUX      node: MUX8
23800684             VAX/VMS   INFOMART ONLINE
23800685             VAX/VMS   INFOMART ONLINE
23800700             SCO OD    vmabs   SCO Open Desktop
24300084             VAX/VMS   v5.5
24300149             XMUX      node: SAULTE
24400061             SERVICE ID=
24400096             DATAPAC : SUD SYSTEM READY
24400146             HP3000    PROD.MULTICAR.SUDBURY  MPE XL
24700021             SERVICE ID=
24900011             VAX/VMS   INFOMART ONLINE
24900024             ISM       (7/E/1) ISM Systems Corp. Ottawa Proc. Centre
24900040             VAX/VMS
24900057             ISM
24900099             PACX      Gandalf Access Server
25200014             TAL TORONTO
25200017             VM/SP
25200054             XMUX      node: TORONTO
25200214             ISM       GUARDIAN INSURANCE - ENTER SYSTEM
25200258             ::
25700031             >
25700057             VAX/VMS
26100091             VAX/VMS
28300080             VAX/VMS
28300083             XMUX      node: XMUX1
28300092             INETCO
28300154             VAX/VMS
28700014             VAX/VMS
28700029             SERVICE ID=
28700030             LEVITT SAFETY / THUNDER BAY
29200013             VAX/VMS
29300045           $ VAX/VMS
29400052             Compuserve
29400172             VAX/VMS
29400176             Enter System Id:
29400254             XMUX      node: WINDSOR
29400263             ISM       CDNC
29400264             ISM       CDNC
29500009           $ Datapac Public OD
29500071           $        ""
29500072           $        ""
29500073           $        ""
29500074           $        ""
29500075           $        ""
29500092             ::
29500137             ::
29500139             PRIMOS    23.3.0  INTENG
29500166           $ Datapac Public OD
29500167           $        ""
29500168           $        ""
29500900           $        ""
29500901           $        ""
29600018             PRIMOS    v23     FAXON
29600136             KMUX      GANDALF KMUX PWORD>
2960075101           INETCO    Polystar E.C.U
30500153             AXA Canada Data Center(PACKET/74)
31500065             SCO OD    isgsys1   SCO Open Desktop 2.0
31500076           $ PACX      UWO Computing & Communications Services
315000767            XMUX      node: CCSMUX1
31500083             XMUX      node: LONDON
31500225             SCO OD    isg2      SCO Open Desktop 2.0
31500490             XMUX      node: LONDON
31500528             XMUX      node: SARNIA
31500607             PRIMOS    23.3.0.R20   WPPENG
31500726             UNIX      ADC T-SENTRY
31500787             XMUX      node: BUNTINRI
31500838             MHP201A DTPAC06L VER 7.0.3 APPLICATION:
32400014             XMUX      node: LONDON
32400016             ISP-LOGON-CHRISTIE
32400067           $ VM/SP
32400107             PRIMOS    22.1.2.R38   HUNT
32400122               "           ""
32500023             XMUX      node: LONDON1
32500053             XMUX      node: 074
32500099             XMUX      node: WIND
32500149             enter passcode:
32500202             VAX/VMS   W.R.C.S.S.B
32500225             VAX/VMS   London system A - Boot Node - MicroVMS v4.7
32500239             VAX/VMS
32500274             VAX/VMS
32500345           $ MHP1201I TERMINAL CONNECTED TO PACKET/74
32500367             XMUX      node: WINDSOR
32500369             UNIX
32500383             XMUX      node: STERLING
325003833            BOSX/DPX  (RISC?) Sterling Marking Products Inc.
32500386             5251 Controller emulator - v.191 Password:
32500396             VAX/VMS   MicroVMS 5.3-1
32500406             VAX/VMS   MicroVMS 5.3-1
32500523             SERVICE ID=
32500680             XMUX      node: WINDSOR
32500692             XMUX      node: WINDSOR
32500713             XMUX      node: STTHOMAS
32500850             DATAPAC: WII SYSTEM READY
32600052             Compuserve
32600056             PRIMOS    22.1.2.R3    PBTOOL
32600243             VAX/VMS
33400115             SERVICE ID=
33400223             Adjusters Canada Inc. Please enter X25 Security
33400246             PRIMOS    22.0.3.R37    BLTCAD
33400306           $ Datapac Public OD
33400337           $        ""
33400344           $        ""
33400345           $        ""
33400346           $        ""
33400347           $        ""
33400348           $        ""
33400349           $        ""
33400521             ISM
33400550             ULTRIX
33400589           $ Datapac Public OD
33400590           $        ""
33400591           $        ""
33400609             ISM
33400630             PRIMOS     22.1.3 THOR Engle Canada
33400672             UNIX       192.9.200.1
334006723            MACHINE    (XMUX machine)
33400694             Sim3278
33400703             UNIX       AT&T SV - WLU
3340070399           MPX.25102: PASSWORD
33400892             ===>
33400900           $ Datapac Public OD
33400901           $        ""
33401149             XMUX      node: KITCH
33401414             Datapac Public OD
33401415                    ""
33401453             DYNIX     SpaeNaur SVR4
33401462             Datapac Public OD
33401475             Chase IoLan Terminal Server
334014751            XMUX      node: WATERLOO
33401528             UNIX
33401537             Sim3278
33500021             JMS Online Service. Please enter ID:
33500033           $ ENTER LOGON REQUEST
33500081             JMS Administator line. Enter SYSTEM or SERVICE.
33500099                                 " "
33500110             XMUX      node: WATERLOO
33500136             Wilfrid Laurier University x.25 PAD
33500142             Prudential Assurance / Kitchener
33500196             University of Waterloo online Library
33700015             PICK
33700115             STARMASTER Agriculture Canada Ontario Regional Com. Cent.
33700133             XMUX      node: 362
33700216             XMUX      node: 767
33700236             VAX/VMS   Wellington Country Roman Catholic School Board
33700238             VAX/VMS
33700345             VAX/VMS
33700346           $ HP3000DTC Enter DTC port password:
33700348             DATAPAC : KIT SYSTEM READY
33700349           $ ZAM0001
33700376           $ VAX/VMS   Ontario College Application Service
33700393             ::
33700465             ISM       NET-PASS NPA MAGIC
34100013             VAX/VMS
34200139             SERVICE ID=
35100010           $ VAX/VMS
35500179             PICK      WELCOME TO HAC INFO NETWORK
35600110           $ Datapac Public OD
35600158             UNIX      3x3
35600273             DEVELNET  University/Hospital Network
35600900           $ Datapac Public OD
35600901           $        ""
36200027             MHP201A U0000053  Ver 7.0.5 APPLICATION:
36700021             USER NUMBER --
36700026             VAX/VMS
36700030             USER NUMBER --
36700038           $ UNIX
36700059             QINTER
36700115             OCC System
36700126             SERVICE ID=
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37200020             VAX/VMS
37500014             VAX/VMS
37600014             SERVICE ID=
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37600152             XMUX      node: HAMILTON
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38300083             VAX/VMS
38500079           $ TANGRAM ARBITER LU1
38500085             HCH Magic
38500122             PACX      CCINFO
38500150           $ Datapac Public OD
38500151           $        ""
38500152           $        ""
38500153           $        ""
38500154           $        ""
38500163           $        ""
38500164           $        ""
38500165           $        ""
38500198           $        ""
38500200           $        ""
38500201           $        ""
38500202           $        ""
38500203           $        ""
38500204           $        ""
38500205           $        ""
38500226             XMUX      node: (no node name)
38500262             Please enter your operator number
38500329             #
38500356             PACX      CCINFO
38500399             SERVICE ID=
38500400             ::
38500431             VAX/VMS
38500586             VAX/VMS   MicroVMS v5.3
38500891             VAX/VMS
38500900           $ Datapac Public OD
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38700015             VAX/VMS   BURCOM - MicroVAX ][ - MSB
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38700068           $ Bailey Controls Canada
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38700629             XMUX      node: NIAGARA
39100017             MERLIN    SYSTEM 2
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39100043             Id:          LU:Z0070
39100044             Id:          LU:Z0077
39100045             Id:          LU:Z0078
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39100057             VAX/VMS   Burns Fry Analytics Inc. Fixed Income Research
39100077             Toronto Public Library
391000775            XMUX      node: TPL
39100092             INT/UNIX  system name: cirus 2  INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS CORP.
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39100200             iNet2000
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39100503             MERLIN    SYSTEM 2
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39400101             iNet2000
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40100012             PACX      U.C.G.  PACX 2000
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41100045             Interactive UNIX
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41100681             ??
43900170             ECHO System
55500010             French?
59100088             U Of A 3000 System
59100092             Keyano College-Alberta
59100099             VMS/VAX
60100010             U of Alberta
62400440             UNIX 2000 System
62600009             Private Network
62600045
62600046             Service Id:
66600062             Van-Reg
66600180             ??
67100752             User Name?
67101408             ??
67101700             Cloverdale Paint
67101802             VMS/VAX
69100018             CYBERSHARE
69100376             VMS/VAX
69200032             Lucky (VMS/VAX)
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78100092             VMS/VAX
78100209             VMS/VAX
78100265             VMS/VAX
78100476             Hewlett Packard System
78100876             DYNIX S6000
78101097             VMS/VAX
79400100             Envoy
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84400237             Service Id:
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84800410             VMS/VAX
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84800700             VMS/VAX
84800728             %XGATE
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84800829             Alberta Wheat Pool
84800888             ALLSTATE (VMS/VAX)
91100014             Gandalf System - Canadian Facts
91100174             VMS/VAX
91100482             Grassroots System              (Special Emul. Needed)
92100086             DATAPAC Information
93200233             UM-Net
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