On Monday, August 15th, I posted Part 1 of 4 of the Lync Webcast Series that Byron delivered back in June of 2011. On Wednesday, August 17th, I posted Part 2 of 4. Then yesterday on Friday, August 19th, I posted Part 3 of 4. Here is the last one in the series – Implementing Call-Admission Control. If you would like to get a hold of Byron, you are more than welcome to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TechNet Webcast: Lync Server 2010: Implementing Call-Admission Control (Level 300)
Real-time communications are sensitive to the latency and packet loss that can occur on congested networks. Call-Admission Control (CAC) determines, based on available network bandwidth, whether to allow real-time communication sessions such as voice or video calls to be established. During this webcast, we go through the planning aspects to prepare you for the implementation of CAC.