- Initial Configuration
- ISDN related issues
- SIP related issues
- Audio Quality
- Call Completion issues
- Call Presentation
- Certificate Related
- Lync Deployment
- Lync Operational
- Calls to PSTN numbers fail. Lync declares the gateway unavailable with Event ID 46046
- Lync clients at Branch Site cannot establish MTLS connection with the Central Pool
- Lync Server 2010 Archiving Agent fails to create local queue on the SBA
- Monitor application does not load. Monitor displays - Failed to connect to the Server. Please try again.
- When querying Active Directory cache, attributes are missing in the search result
- Workaround for no ring back in PSTN to Lync calls
I set the network configuration in the initial configuration page, but I still cannot see Sonus SBC 1000/2000 on the network.
- Check the Ethernet port's speed and duplexity and match that to the Ethernet port configuration in Sonus SBC 1000/2000.
After Initial Configuration, I am importing an old backup from a different Sonus SBC 1000/2000, but my T1/E1 ports do not match the configuration.
- Try inserting the card into the other slot. Also, you will have to reset the configuration to factory defaults in order to remove the auto populated ports and restore the old configuration again.
ISDN related issues
SIP related issues
Tenor signaling group in Sonus SBC 1000/2000 will be up and then will go down for no apparent reason
Where can I find a guide to configure a fax solution for Lync?
When do I use G.711 VS T.38?
It is recommended to use G.711 when implementing a fax solution where Sonus SBC 1000/2000 and the fax server are on the same LAN. T.38 should be used when there are many hops.
The faxes have quality issues.
Check clock source setting.