I'm hoping someone here can point me the right direction. Here's the scenario.
We're running Lync Server 2013 w/Enterprise Voice. We have Skype for Business 2016 clients. All of this appears to work just fine. For example, if a user attempts to join a Skype for Business meeting - either internal, or external - from a USB headset directly attached to their PC, the call sets up, and the media path is established and the call proceeds without issue.
However, if we attempt the same scenario with a VVX (600 in this case, running 126.96.36.19981) we see a different result. Namely, internal calls via the Lync Server work fine. External calls will join up to the meeting and the SfB client shows that the user is in the lobby. As soon as they are admitted, the call path fails, and the user is disconnected from the meeting. So something about setting up the media path is failing. Given that this all works as desired directly in the client app it seems that the issue may be somewhere in the VVX config. However, thus far I've not been successful in finding anything that will address this. It's rather aggravating to have to have a USB headset around just to join external calls. So, does anyone have an idea of where to look? Is there any further configuration info that I can provide to help diagnose this?
Thanks for any assistance!
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