Talk:Telephone number mapping
- I'm really not sure where this should be noted, but the word "biunivocally" is not in the dictionary. Humorously enough, "univocal" is in the dictionary, and the definition from Meriam Webster: "1 : having one meaning only, 2 : UNAMBIGUOUS".
Example of ENUM lookup
I recently found that SIP Broker was an orphaned article. Therefore, I added some links such as one in this article at the end of this sentence:
- The caller uses the telephone to dial the number of another subscriber, which leads to an ENUM lookup (such as is provided by SIP Broker).
This was identified as me spamming and reverted.
Do any think an example of ENUM mapping belongs in this article and if so, how should it best be added?
- The revert has been self reverted, the link to SIP Broker has been restored, so it appears this issue is closed. WilliamKF (talk) 23:54, 21 November 2007 (UTC)
The external link "Enum base" (www.enum.org) seems to point to a commercial page which has nothing to do at all with ENUM. Please confirm and fix, or delete this link. -aw- (talk) 16:19, 27 December 2015 (UTC)
"Regular expression" example incomplete
The "Regular expression" example given in section "System details" implies that an implementation of a flexible mapping ("can be used by a telephone company to easily assign addresses to all of its clients") from E.164 to SIP URI by means of using regexp sub-expressions on the right-hand side of a suitable NAPTR record was given within the article. However, this is not the case.