Configuring the Various Policies

Lync Server 2013
 

Letztes Änderungsdatum des Themas: 2013-02-24

Here are the various policies that you can configure in your Lync Server 2013 topology, prior to running the Lync Server 2013 Stress and Performance Tool.

See the example script ArchivingPolicy.ps1. You need to use this script only if an Archiving Server is deployed in your topology. For details, see the Lync Server 2013 documentation and cmdlet Help for Cmdlets für Archivierung und Überwachung.

See the example script MeetingPolicy.ps1. For details, see the Lync Server 2013 documentation and the cmdlet Help for Cmdlets für Webkonferenzen.

See the example ContactsPolicy.ps1. For details, see the Lync Server 2013 documentation and the cmdlet Help for Cmdlets für Instant Messaging und Anwesenheit.

See the example FederationPolicy.ps1. For details, see the Lync Server 2013 documentation and the cmdlet Help for Cmdlets für Edgeserver and Cmdlets für Partnerverbund und externen Zugriff in Lync Server 2013.

See the example BandwidthPolicy.ps1. For details, see the Lync Server 2013 documentation Übersicht über die Anrufsteuerung in Lync Server 2013 and the cmdlet Help for Cmdlets für die Anrufsteuerung.

See the example RoutingRules.ps1. When you configure the voice routing rules, take note of the Phone Context (that is, /Location Profile or /SimpleName) and Internal/External Area Codes so that you can specify them when creating users and during LyncPerfTool configuration (specifically for PSTN-UC and UC-PSTN). For example, the SimpleName parameter in the call to the New-CsDialPlan cmdlet in the RoutingRules.ps1 example should be used for the LocationProfile value in the following figure of UserProfileGenerator.exe.

Beispielregel für VoIP-Routing

For details, see the Lync Server 2013 documentation and the cmdlet Help for Enterprise-VoIP-Cmdlets.

See the example ConferenceAutoAttendantConfiguration.ps1. Take note of the ConferencingAutoAttendant phone number (1121111111, by default), so that you can type it into the LyncPerf Tool Configuration tool for configuration generation.

Konfigurieren der Anwendung Konferenzzentrale

For details, see the Lync Server 2013 documentation and the cmdlet Help for Cmdlets für Webkonferenzen and Cmdlets für Einwahlkonferenzen.

Call Park is disabled by default. See the example CallParkConfiguration.ps1. For details, see the Lync Server 2013 documentation and the cmdlet Help for Cmdlets für die Anwendung zum Parken von Anrufen.

Perform the following steps to configure stress and performance testing for emergency calls.

  1. Set up a voice route for emergency calls. See the RoutingRules.ps1 script under the comment "Route E911 to PSTN" for an example of setting up this voice route.

    CautionAchtung:
    The example command in RoutingRules.ps1 has a number pattern that includes the number 119 rather than 911. You should avoid using 911 (or your actual local emergency number) to prevent accidental calls to your local emergency operators during load testing. This configuration is for simulation purposes only.
  2. Configure addresses by filling in the values on the LIS tab in the UserProvisioningTool, as shown in the following figure.

    Konfigurieren des Standortinformationsdiensts

  3. Click Generate LIS Config Files.

  4. CSV files for ports, subnets, switches, and wireless access points (WAPs), and an XML file for the Lync Server 2013 Stress and Performance Tool, are generated. The CSV files are to be used as inputs (in the same folder) when configuring Location Information service (LIS) with the LisConfiguration.ps1 script. Move the generated Locations0.xml file to the same folder as the Lync Server 2013 Stress and Performance Tool executable (LyncPerfTool.exe), which will run location profile (dial plan) scenarios.

You should create all your users before running the following scripts. Follow the instructions in Create Users and Contacts to create users. For details, see the Lync Server 2013 cmdlet documentation for the Get-CsUser, Set-CsUser, and Disable-CsUser cmdlets.

See the example ResponseGroupConfiguration.ps1. For details, see the Lync Server 2013 documentation and the cmdlet Help for Cmdlets für die Reaktionsgruppenanwendung.To review the Response Group application configuration, see https://<poolfqdn>/RgsConfig/, as shown in the following figure.

Das Reaktionsgruppen-Konfigurationstool
 
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