December 18, 2012

Microsoft Lync and SIP Trunking


One of the ways in which you can reduce costs and simplify multi-vendor VoIP interworking is by routing calls across SIP trunks. This short white paper from Integrated Research suggests some things it's useful to know about your Lync Server environment if you're considering SIP trunking.
 
As the paper progresses it provides some useful signposts for your SIP journey including understanding your existing SIP traffic, end-to-end voice quality, server capacity and usage.

Then it discusses the specifics of SIP trunking for the Microsoft Lync Server environment and makes some suggestions about monitoring the performance, availability and load on the Lync Exchange Servers and Session Border Controllers.



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