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

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Configuring Analog Devices

Analog devices in Lync Server are configured using only the Lync Server Management Shell, and are represented as an Active Directory Contact object that is SIP enabled. Each contact is explicitly assigned a gateway parameter so Lync will route all calls destined for that analog device to the gateway it is physically attached to.

To create a new analog device and contact object, use the New-CsAnalogDevice cmdlet:

New-CsAnalogDevice -Gateway <FQDN or IP of IP/PSTN Gateway> -LineUri <String> -OU <Organizational Unit> -RegistrarPool <FQDN of Primary Registrar> -DisplayName <Active Directory Contact Display Name> -DisplayNumber "<Phone Number Display Format>" -AnalogFax <$True | $False>

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