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Microsoft® Lync Server 2010 Unleashed by Tom Pacyk, Andrew Abbate, Alex Lewis

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Routes

Routes in Lync Server 2010 are a definition of where to send calls that match a specific dial string. Administrators define a matching pattern and a gateway or gateways associated with the pattern to send a call. Each route is also associated with PSTN usages to define what type of call this might be.

The PSTN usage defined varies depending on the gateway associated with the route. For example, a route matching the +1312 area code associated with an IP/PSTN gateway in Chicago might be considered a PSTN usage of Local, but when associated with an IP/PSTN gateway in San Francisco, it necessitates a PSTN usage of Long Distance.

Route Resilience

Resiliency for routes is done by providing multiple gateways in a single route, or by creating ...

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