... the Domain field empty. It will be set to ⟨match all domains⟩. The Local From Domain field contains different domain names to be used to call domain.com and other domains. Calls from CMS will be transferred to the domains federated with yours in Skype for Business. However, it can be possibly configured differently. The last step is to configure encryption in General\Call Settings section. That’s it. Now your Cisco Meting App clients and Skype for Business (Lync) clients should be able to ...
05.12.2018 12:52:12
Part 1 – Prerequisites Part 2 – the VIS role Part 3 – CUCM Configuration The CUCM configuration consists of two parts: creating a trunk to VCS Control and a trunk the VIS. In CUCM proceed to CM Administration->System->Security->SIP Trunk Security Profile, select "Non Secure SIP Trunk Profile", and click Copy. Enter the name for the new trunk, for example 'SIP Trunk Profile CUCM video', set the Incoming Port to 5065, check 'Accept unsolicited notification'...
22.12.2015 02:36:00
... to setup the VIS role. You can use either a VM or a physical server, depending on how many calls you are planning to handle simultaneously. Launch the setup from the disc image: \Setup\amd64\setup.exe Once the prerequisites have been installed, the Skype for Business Server Deployment Wizard will be launched. You should select the Install Administrative Tools option. After the installation you should launch the Skype for Business Topology Builder and download the current topology: A new section ...
16.12.2015 02:28:00
Part 1 – Prerequisites Part 2 – the VIS role Part 3 – CUCM Configuration This set of articles describes how to integrate Cisco MCU with Skype for Business and make available calls from MCU to S4B users. This is a guest post that we found very useful to our audience. Let's start with the description of the infrastructure. MCU1-MCUn – multipoint control units – the hardware to host ...
02.12.2015 01:43:00

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