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Microsoft® Lync® Server 2013 Unleashed Second Edition by Randy Wintle, Alex Lewis, David Ross, Tom Pacyk

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Supporting Lync Phone Edition with DHCP

Whereas Lync software clients inherit network connectivity from the host they are installed on, networking for specialized devices such as VoIP desk phones is typically managed centrally. Traditionally, these devices are configured via dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP), not only for IP addressing assignments but also as a centralized method of informing the devices that updated firmware is available. To allow centralized management of Lync Phone Edition devices, specific DHCP requirements must be met.

Standard enterprise DHCP services, such as the DHCP server role integrated with Windows Server operating systems, can be used to meet Lync DHCP requirements. However, there are unique DHCP options ...

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