I try to integrate VCS X6.1 with Lync 2010. This VCS is using private IP. When I call from VCS registered end point to Lync, I get the following error line "The server encountered an unexpected internal error (SIP response code is 500)". I have checked the search history and that call was routed to Lync neighbour as expected.
I use TCP connection and static route to VCS from Lync since I dont have license to use FindMe. Meanwhile, user from Lync can call to VCS successfully. Is the problem come from Lync server or my VCS?
when you enable the B2BUA on the VCS it generates zone for microsoft lync server. so you need to create a search rule pointing to this zone so that calls from VCS can routed to Lync server.
The user required would the one you create on TURN server, basically your VCS-Exp. I never tried working Lync only with VCS-Exp (SP) but the user you need to create under local database on VCS-Exp (SP)
TURN provides media latching so if you enable TURN server on VCS-E and when the call is placed both the parties will exchange their TURN capabilities and select the best possible path to send the media.
In my view you should enable the TURN capabilities. However as said earlier more info is required for your network and call flow.
- Edge : Internet (Public IP) <-> NAT Thru Firewall <-> Edge Server (DMZ IP) <-> Edge Server (same server but internal NIC/IP).
VCS x7.2.2 doesn't support Lync 2013, unless you have the AMG - in which case you have more money than sense . In addition, to get a Lync user who is attached to the Edge server to make a call through the VCS, I believe you need an additional licence installed on the VCS (something like the OCS Enhanced licence???).
Also it says :
: The B2BUA is enabled but no search rules have been configured for the 'To Microsoft OCS/Lync server via B2BUA' zone.
Any hint on how I can make this work ?
There is a search rule that is needed to target the Lync B2BUA zone. I belive this is covered in the VCS x7.2.2 Lync Deployment Guide.
Can you provide a simple topology diagram identifying the location of the VCS, Lync Server, firewalls, etc. Seeing that would make it easier to understand what the call flow should be, and what the match configs should be.
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