Tag Archives: SIP

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Troubleshooting SIP Trunking with Cloud Connector

One of the great new technology Microsoft has to offer, is the Skype for Business Cloud Connector. While this piece of equipment is great when it’s operational, it might be also be a pain to track any issues when implementing. Example given is when using an internet SIP Trunk. Warning: this situation might not be…

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Deploy Cloud Connector Edition with Internet SIP Trunk

Now Skype for Business Online – Cloud PBX is available, we’re already deploying several instances of this new exiting verison. Where customers are willing to leverage Cloud PBX, but couldn’t or wouldn’t get numbers from Office 365 directly, Cloud Connector kicks in. Where Cloud Connector – and thus Microsoft – assumes you’re using a dedicated…

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Cloud Connector Architecture

Skype for Business Cloud Connector Edition available

While Office 365 Cloud PBX has gone GA last December, we haven’t seen much of it “in the wild” in Europe yet. We have spoken a lot on it, and are enabling customers in Hybrid mode (having both users online and on premises) with their existing Skype for Business platforms, but an all-in Cloud PBX…

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Schedule Changes to Response Group settings

Ever have the need to forward calls to a destination on a schedule? Well, it’s a situation I came across several times now. There are several ways to solve this matter with Microsoft Lync 2013. In this post, I’ll describe one. One office number needs to be redirected to a person, including it’s mobile phone…

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Federation stops working after enabling a HostingProvider with “EnabledSharedAddressSpace” turned on

This could be, for example, Lync- or Exchange Online / Office365. Recently, federation broke when implementing “voicemail in the cloud” with Microsoft’s Exchange Online. Microsoft Exchange was configured in Hybrid mode, all successful and operational – users could be moved back and forth and use either Exchange on-premise or Exchange online. Unified Messaging was already enabled…

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