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Viewing network subnet information in Lync Server 2013

Lync Server 2013
 

Topic Last Modified: 2013-02-23

You can use the following procedure to view a network subnet. From the Lync Server Control Panel, you can create, modify, or delete a network subnet. For details about creating or modifying network subnets, see Create or modify network subnets in Lync Server 2013.

  1. From a user account that is a member of the RTCUniversalServerAdmins group (or has equivalent user rights), or is assigned to the CsAdministrator role, log on to any computer in your internal deployment.

  2. Open a browser window, and then enter the Admin URL to open the Lync Server Control Panel. For details about the different methods you can use to start Lync Server Control Panel, see Open Lync Server 2013 administrative tools.

  3. In the left navigation bar, click Network Configuration and then click Subnet.

  4. On the Subnet page, click the subnet that you want to view.

    noteNote:
    You can only view one subnet at a time.
  5. On the Edit menu, click Show details….

Network subnet information can be viewed by using Windows PowerShell and the Get-CsNetworkSubnet cmdlet. This cmdlet can be run either from the Lync Server 2013 Management Shell or from a remote session of Windows PowerShell. For details about using remote Windows PowerShell to connect to Lync Server, see the Lync Server Windows PowerShell blog article "Quick Start: Managing Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Using Remote PowerShell" at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?linkId=255876.

  • To view information about all your network subnets, type the following command in the Lync Server Management Shell and then press ENTER:

    Get-CsNetworkSubnet
    

    That will return information similar to this:

    Identity      : 172.11.15.0
    MaskBits      : 28
    Description   :
    NetworkSiteID : Redmond
    SubnetID      : 172.11.15.0
    
    

For more information, see the help topic for the Get-CsNetworkSubnet cmdlet.

 
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