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Is necessary to install a VBP series for the integration Lync - RMX?

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Is necessary to install a VBP series for the integration Lync - RMX?

Hello,

 

In my company I have the integration between RMX and Lync Servers and it works perfectly when I connect users inside of the network's company, but I can´t connect users that are outside of the network.

 

I was searching information about the integration and someone told me if I need connect remote users, the video network must have installed a VBP- E and a VBP-ST.

 

Can somebody tell me if I need install the VBP series for make it possible the connection of the remote users through Lync?

 

Regards,

 

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Re: Is necessary to install a VBP series for the integration Lync - RMX?

Vero,

 

We don't support video over SIP through the VBP. The normal call flow is to take advantage of your Lync Edge deployment which can allow this type of access.

 

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Vero,

 

We don't support video over SIP through the VBP. The normal call flow is to take advantage of your Lync Edge deployment which can allow this type of access.

 

S.

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Re: Is necessary to install a VBP series for the integration Lync - RMX?

Thank you so much!!

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VBP is just a H.323 firewall sitting in DMZ which will not have integration with Lync. But if you want a H.323 based VC to make a call to Lync client, then you dail publicip##meeting prifix from H.323 endpoint and then from Lync client you just dial the meeting room.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.

 

Thanks,

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