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  Reply # 559867 20-Dec-2011 10:57
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The only Carrier to have SIP for LYnc certified by Microsoft in New Zealand is Kordia.

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  Reply # 559881 20-Dec-2011 11:23
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Lol ... nice first post

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  Reply # 559889 20-Dec-2011 11:35
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Haha, nice one Kordia.  Business must be down during this quite period.

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  Reply # 559890 20-Dec-2011 11:35
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Busted...

I've emailed him to say we don't really like astro-turfing, etc, etc.




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  Reply # 559894 20-Dec-2011 11:41
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Its a shame that Kordia and Orcon seem to create the biggest headaches when using Lync via other providers. Apparently they cannot handle being sent e.164 numbers with the "+" prefix.

try and call one of their numbers with the "+" and you get "welcome to orcon. The number you are calling from is not registered with orcon. Please contact the orcon helpdesk"




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  Reply # 559944 20-Dec-2011 13:22
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Sorry guys, point taken. Didn't mean any offence, was actually trying to help the first poster. I'll leave this to the experts.

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  Reply # 559947 20-Dec-2011 13:50
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kirky: Sorry guys, point taken. Didn't mean any offence, was actually trying to help the first poster. I'll leave this to the experts.

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  Reply # 561379 25-Dec-2011 13:09
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Personally I have integrated both ISDN lines and SIP Trunks with OCS 2007 R2 and Lync 2010.

 

I have found the best software to use if you want to go down the free route (also unsupported by MS) is to use FreeSWITCH. It can do the bridging between your SIP Trunk on UDP SIP to Lync on TCP SIP (with TLS included if you are that way inclined).

If you want to go down the supported, expensive route, the NET UX2000 is an amazing unit. It can take SIP trunks and ISDN lines. It fully supports Lync 2010 and TLS. It can also do some cool stuff with AD integration.

 

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