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Deployment Checklist for Call Admission Control

 

Topic Last Modified: 2012-10-08

To plan effectively for call admission control (CAC), you need to consider the following:

  • Prerequisites for deploying CAC.
  • Information required for CAC and configuration decisions that you must make in advance of deployment.

Before you deploy call admission control, you must already have deployed your Lync Server 2013 internal servers, including either a Front End pool or a Standard Edition server.

The following table summarizes the required information for deploying call admission control.

Information Requirements for Call Admission Control Deployment

Information Summary of Information Required Documentation

Lync Server capabilities required by your organization

  • Capabilities to be supported by your organization
  • Capabilities to be enabled for individual users

Defining Your Organization's Requirements for Call Admission Control

Topologies and components to be deployed

  • CAC related components are automatically installed as part of Lync Server 2013

Defining Your Organization's Requirements for Call Admission Control

System requirements

  • Hardware requirements
  • Software requirements
  • Collocation requirements

Determining Your System Requirements

Infrastructure requirements

  • No specific infrastructure requirements are necessary for CAC

Infrastructure Requirements for Call Admission Control

Network interface requirements

Deploying External User Access

Deployment strategy

  • Deployment sequence
  • Workgroup or domain
  • Security
  • Monitoring and auditing
  • Hardware considerations

Best Practices for Call Admission Control

Deployment process

  • Prerequisites
  • Information requirements
  • Process and procedures

Configure Call Admission Control

 
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