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Microsoft® Office Communications Server 2007 Resource Kit by Microsoft OCS Team, Stephanie Lindsey, Rick Kingslan, Mitch Tulloch, Kintan Brahmbhatt, John Clarkson, James O'Neil, Hao Yan, Byron Spurlock, Jochen Kunert, Rui Maximo, Jeremy Buch

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Understanding SIP Routing

When sending SIP requests to Office Communications Server, a series of routing decisions are made by the server in order to route the requests to the right person or the right location. How the server decides this depends on the types of requests and the given topology. The server uses the information in the headers in each of the requests to know how to route the request through the network.

Overview of SIP Routing Concepts

Office Communications Server uses the header information found in the packets to know how to route packets through the network to the right user or the right location. The headers that are primarily used for routing in SIP are record-route headers, route headers, via headers, and contact headers. Routing ...

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