Lync Server 2010 enables clients to detect their locations on a network automatically, but a database of locations in the organization must be defined in advance for this automation to work correctly. Lync can match clients to a street address location based on the following network objects:
• Wireless Access Point—Matches a wireless access point based on the Basic Service Set Identifier (BSSID) of the device that is the MAC address.
• Subnet—Matches a location based on the subnet of the Lync endpoint it connects from.
• Port—Matches a unique port on a switch based on the switch’s MAC address and the port ID. The port ID can be an interface alias, name, or just locally assigned port number.
• Switch—Matches a switch ...