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Deploying Network Regions, Sites and Subnets

Lync Server 2013
 

Topic Last Modified: 2013-03-12

Once Enterprise Voice is deployed, you need to configure:

  • Network regions
  • Network sites
  • Network subnets

Use the Lync Server Windows PowerShell command, New-CsNetworkRegion, or Lync Server Control Panel to define network regions.

New-CsNetworkRegion -NetworkRegionID <region ID> -CentralSite <site ID>

For more information, see New-CsNetworkRegion.

For this example, the following Windows PowerShell command illustrates the network region, region 1 (India), defined in this scenario.

New-CsNetworkRegion -NetworkRegionID "India" -CentralSite "India Central Site"


Use the Lync Server Windows PowerShell command, New-CsNetworkSite, or the Lync Server Control Panel to define network sites.

New-CsNetworkSite -NetworkSiteID <site ID> -NetworkRegionID <region ID>

For more information, see New-CsNetworkSite.

For this example, the following table and Lync Server Windows PowerShell command illustrate the network sites defined in this scenario. Only settings that are specific to Location-Based Routing are included in the table for illustration purposes.

New-CsNetworkSite -NetworkSiteID "Delhi" -NetworkRegionID "India"
New-CsNetworkSite -NetworkSiteID "Hyderabad" -NetworkRegionID "India"

 

Site 1 (Delhi) Site 2 (Hyderabad)

Site ID

Site 1 (Delhi)

Site 2 (Hyderabad)

Region ID

Region 1 (India)

Region 1 (India)


Use the Lync Server Windows PowerShell command, New-CsNetworkSubnet, or the Lync Server Control Panel to define network subnets and assign them to network sites.

New-CsNetworkSubnet -SubnetID <Subnet IP address> -MaskBits <Subnet bitmask> -NetworkSiteID <site ID>

For more information, see New-CsNetworkSubnet.

For this example, the following table and Windows PowerShell commands illustrate the assignment of network subnets to the network sites, Delhi and Hyderabad, defined in this scenario. Only settings that are specific to Location-Based Routing are included in the table for illustration purposes.

New-CsNetworkSubnet -SubnetID "192.168.0.0" -MaskBits "24" -NetworkSiteID "Delhi"
New-CsNetworkSubnet -SubnetID "192.168.1.0" -MaskBits "24" -NetworkSiteID "Hyderabad"

 

Site 1 (Delhi) Site 2 (Hyderabad)

Subnet ID

192.168.0.0

192.168.1.0

Mask

24

24

Site ID

Site 1 (Delhi)

Site 2 (Hyderabad)


 
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