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Рисунки старинных указателей

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To improve the media performance of standalone Mediation Server, you should enable receive-side scaling RSS on the network adapters on these servers. Assume that Skype for Business users exist at both Sites 1 and 2. For details, see M:

Рисунки старинных указателей

Media bypass is a Skype for Business Server capability that enables an administrator to configure call routing to flow directly between the user endpoint and the public switched telephone network PSTN gateway without traversing the Mediation Server. When defining a call route, you specify the trunks associated with that route, but you do not specify which Mediation Servers are associated with that route.

Рисунки старинных указателей

N trunk in Skype for Business Server If a large number of calls use media bypass, a Mediation Server in the pool can handle many more calls, because only signaling layer processing is necessary. On the gateway side, Mediation Server listens on all associated listening ports associated with trunks.

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A Skype for Business Server qualified gateway must implement DNS load balancing, which enables a qualified public switched telephone network PSTN gateway to act as a load balancer for one pool of Mediation Servers, and thereby to load-balance calls across the pool. Media bypass is supported only with products and versions listed at Unified Communications Open Interoperability Program - Lync Server.

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This issue can be more severe if a Mediation Server at a central site is routing calls for an IP-PBX where the route terminates at a branch site, because more time is needed for signaling to complete. Acting as an intermediary for call flows that a gateway does not support, such as calls from remote workers on an Enterprise Voice clien. Therefore, there is no way to segment the pool so that some Mediation Servers communicate with only certain gateway peers for outgoing calls.

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Media bypass also decreases the processing load on the pool. The number of gateways that a given Mediation Server can handle depends on the processing capacity of the server during peak busy hours. In call admission control, the terminating entity for a call handles the bandwidth reservation.


Our new feedback system is built on GitHub Issues. Where performance is an issue, it may be preferable to deploy one or more Mediation Servers in a dedicated stand-alone pool.

Рисунки старинных указателей

In this topology, media bypass is enabled globally to use site and region information, and the trunks to each PSTN gateway GW1 and GW2 have bypass enabled. The number of public switched telephone network PSTN calls that can be handled and the number of machines required in the pool will depend on the following:.

Рисунки старинных указателей

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