2.1 The ZXV10 T700 and the Lync Server Are Located in the Same LAN
Figure 2-1 shows a typical network topology when the TWS and the Lync server are located in the same LAN.
Note: Unless otherwise specified, the Lync server in Figure 2-1 is a front-end server.
After the SIP and SIP NAT-related parameters are configured on the TWS, it can initiate a call to a Lync client.
Configuring SIP-Related Parameters
- Log in to the TWS portal, and select System Settings > IP Network Protocol Configuration. The IP Network Protocol Configuration page is displayed.
- Click the SIP tab. The SIP page is displayed, see Figure 2-2.
- Set the parameters as required. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table 2-1.
Configuring SIP NAT-Related Parameters
- Select System Settings > Firewall Setting. The Firewall Setting page is displayed.
- Click the SIP tab. The SIP NAT page is displayed, see Figure 2-3.
- Set the parameters as required. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table 2-2.
Verifying the Registration
- Select System Diagnostics > System Status. The System status page is displayed.
- Verify that SIP Status is displayed as Registered.
Initiating a Call To a Lync Client
- Select Call Control > Call/Disconnect. The Call/Disconnect page is displayed.
- Enter the authenticate name of the Lync client in the Address text box, for example, Anna@vcsp.com.
- Select SIP from the Call Type drop-down list, and select a call rate from the Call Rate drop-down list as required.
- Click Video Call or Audio Call.
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