Discarding packets because a queue overflows.
A message sent to set up a connection between a Cisco IP phone and a backup CallManager server.
A process of sending multiple conversations on a single connection by giving different time slices to different conversations.
A pair of wires leaving your phone, going into your RJ-11 wall jack, and traveling back to the telephone switch at your local central office.
The process of sending voice calls across an IP WAN, as opposed to sending calls over a long-distance network.
The process of calculating the required amount of bandwidth (or number of trunks in a PBX environment) to accommodate a specific call volume.
A connection used to tie PBXs together. A trunk also defines an interswitch connection used to carry traffic from multiple VLANs.