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

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Network Configuration

Call Admission Control, Media Bypass, and E911 are three unique features that are all dependent on the network configuration defined within the Lync topology. Each of these components relies on network regions, sites, and links to be configured correctly before they can be enabled. Defining each region, each site, and all subnets might seem overwhelming at first, but it offers quite a bit of flexibility and control over call routing. The fact that the word site is used differently so many places within Lync can also be a point of confusion.

There are a few basic components one must first understand when planning for these services:

Regions—Network regions are the backbone of a network. Each network region must be associated ...

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