On Tuesday 31 August 2004 13:54, Niall O Broin wrote:
> > I'm completely ignorant on the matter.
> > I've always assumed that a PBX was a system
> > allowing m incoming telephone lines to be used by n people,
> > where 2 <= m < n.
> > Is that correct?
> > If it is, then it seems to me that asterisk would not be of interest
> > unless one has at least 2 telephone lines coming into the house.
>> Well, the smallest of PBX systems can have m = 1 - n is usually > 1.
> However, many people have > 1 phone line in their houses now, and
> anyway, ILUG is not just for home users of Linux.
Far be it from me to suggest that ILUG be reserved for the homely..
I was simply trying to work out if asterisk -
which seems to be attracting as much attention as a supernova -
could possibly be of interest to a normal person,
which for the purpose of this discussion may be defined as me.
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