Integrating Lync Server 2010 and Cisco Unified Communications Manager


The Integrating Microsoft Lync Server 2010 communications software and Cisco Unified Communications Manager white paper provides a step-by-step guide for using Direct SIP to configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager with Lync Server 2010.You can download this white paper from the Download Center.

The white paper, Integrating Microsoft Lync Server 2010 and Cisco Unified Communications Manager, is now available in the Download Center. This white paper shows step-by-step configuration tasks to set up the Direct SIP connectivity between Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) and Lync Server. These steps include configuration of the media bypass feature that optimizes media flow by allowing Lync endpoints to directly establish a media connection with a gateway or private branch exchange (PBX) without going through the Lync Server, Mediation Server.

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This white paper provides a step-by-step guide for using Direct SIP to configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager with Lync Server.

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  1. VoLCoM says:

    Hello,

    thanks for publishing this guide. Is it true that there is no called party name display if a cisco users call a lync user? This was a known gap for ocs r2 and CUCM. Does this still exist for Lync and CUCM?

    Regards,

    VoLCoM

  2. yash says:

    my integration of Lync 2010 and call manager 8.5 is kind of one way…I am able to call lync extension from call manager but not able to call call manager extension via lync. any suggestions?

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