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

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Defining Network Sites

Lync Server sites are used to organize resources according to geography and bandwidth. IP subnets are then associated with the sites so that the Lync Servers can identify the locations where endpoints are located. A correctly configured Lync site topology allows Front End Servers to determine how call setup and routing should be handled; therefore, this is an important aspect of the Lync configuration. All subnets in a network should be defined and associated with a Lync site. Although this can be configured using the Lync Server Control Panel, in an enterprise network it could take a considerable amount of time to input all IP subnets into the configuration. For larger networks, this task is more easily handled using a ...

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