[asterisk-dev] [Code Review] SIP: Frog

Nick Lewis Nick.Lewis at atltelecom.com
Fri Oct 23 04:59:19 CDT 2009

> Regardless, anything is better than "peer/user". Let's call it "frog",

> "orange" and "carpool". :-)

I have looked for nomenclatic inspiration in the Glossary of Telephony
Terminology (somewhere in the deepest recesses of the internet). It
would appear that traditional PBX interface types are termed "PBX
Extension", "PBX Line" and "PBX Tie" so, much as I would regret the loss
of frog and his siblings, perhaps type=extension/line/tie would have
better acceptance from PBX admins.


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