N/APosted on - 12/01/2011
I was attempting to assimilate Office Communications Server (OCS) 2007 to a current SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) infrastructure through its own proxy. Configuring correctly the Routing and Host Authorization options, I was able to call using the OCS 2007 client to SIP clients. But the problem is I was unable to do the reverse way. I cannot make a call from my SIP client to OCS 2007 client. What is your solution to this?
Make a call from SIP to OCS 2007
To call from SIP client to OCS 2007 client you have to configure OCS 2007 R2 to make external SIP calls. This is the only way you can connect from SIP to OCS 2007 client.
To configure this you have to make a connection between OCS and other telephony system. a telephony system will work here as translator. There are many options on connecting with SIP. It depends on your current SIP. First find out is your SIP is comfortable with OCS? If it is then here is the link for configure OCS to connect SIP. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/ocs/bb735838.aspx#direct
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