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

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Static Routes

Next, a static route must be created for a particular matching SIP URI, and then pointed to the trusted application pool as a next hop. This URI is typically a separate SIP namespace, but there is nothing that prevents an organization from using the same SIP URI as used for Lync.

Figure 20.1 demonstrates the logical structure of this integration.

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Figure 20.1. Trusted application.

Lync operates similarly to Exchange’s Internal Relay method for an accepted domain with respect to a shared SIP domain. It first attempts to resolve a URI internally, and only if no match is found does it route the call to the third-party system.

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