Cisco VCS Lync Interworking with multiple Lync Server/Domains

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Jul 19th, 2014
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Unfortunately I can not find any reference in the deploymend guides, whether it is possible to trunk several lync server/domains on one VCSE. Is there a way to bring different lync environments with a vcs together? As an example, the interworking with customer a and b, which have completely separate lync environments.

We want to trunk it with VCSE, or is the Microsoft option key only avalible for VCS ?

 

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Correct Answer by Wayne DeNardi about 3 years 4 weeks ago

The Deployment Guide says that you should be using a VCS-Control, not a VCS-Expressway to perform the Lync gateway function.

I do not believe you can have multiple B2BUAs connecting to Lync on a single VCS - You would need to have a separate VCS for each Lync environment (ie, one for Customer A and another for Customer B) and appropriate search rules to direct the traffic/domains in the right direction.

 

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Wayne DeNardi Sun, 07/20/2014 - 23:17
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The Deployment Guide says that you should be using a VCS-Control, not a VCS-Expressway to perform the Lync gateway function.

I do not believe you can have multiple B2BUAs connecting to Lync on a single VCS - You would need to have a separate VCS for each Lync environment (ie, one for Customer A and another for Customer B) and appropriate search rules to direct the traffic/domains in the right direction.

 

Marco Tue, 03/15/2016 - 04:21
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Hello community,


is there a option to add more Lync Domains, now?

We have a international Lync Environment and after Europe is working fine with VCS we want add our other Lync Domains to the VCS. It´s the same Environment but different Lync SIP Domains.

Could be possible to add the trusted Hosts and Domain with different SR&Transforms?


Regards,


Marco

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