Useful tips for testing your Lync Edge Server

Recently
I had to deploy a Lync edge server. The problem with deploying and edge is
firewall (mostly discussions with the security specialist). I have summarized some
checks so you can test if everything is in place. I will keep expanding this
article and all the help is welcome!

Task Behaviour Function
External client
Nslookup your external IP / DNS of your access edge
(sip.domain.name or access.domain.name)
Reply with the external IP
of your access edge
Client / federation
Nslookup your external IP / DNS of your webcon edge
(sip.domain.name or webcon.domain.name)
Reply with the external IP
of your access edge
Client / federation
Nslookup your external IP / DNS of your av edge (av.domain.name) Reply with the external IP
of your access edge
Client / federation
Nslookup your external IP / DNS of your av edge (av.domain.name) Reply with the external IP
of your access edge
Client / federation
Nslookup your external IP / DNS meet.domain.name Reply with the external IP
of your reverse proxy
Webconferencing
Nslookup your external IP / DNS dailin.domain.name Reply with the external IP
of your reverse proxy
Webconferencing
Nslookup your external IP / DNS lws.domain.name (Lync
Adressbook)
Reply with the external IP
of your reverse proxy
Lync Addressbook
Browser session to the
following urls:
https://meet.domain.namehttps://dialin.domain.name

http://lws.domain.name:443/abs/handler

Logon box Lync Web Services
Nslookup Set type = all_sipfederationtls._tcp. domain.name _sipfederationtls._tcp.domain.name SRV service
location:
priority       = 0
weight         = 0
port           = 5061
svr hostname   = sip.domain.name>
Federation
Nslookup Set type = all_sip._tls. domain.name

 

_sip._tls.domain.name      SRV service location:
priority       = 0
weight         = 0
port           = 443
svr hostname   = sip.domain.name
Auto logon
Telnet to your
external IP /DNS of your access edge (sip.domain.name or access.domain.name)
on port 5061
Reply with the telnet client Federation
Edge
Nslookup your external IP of your access edge
(sip.domain.name or access.domain.name)
Reply with the external IP
of your access edge
Client / federation
Nslookup your external IP of your webcon edge (webcon.domain.name) Reply with the external IP
of your web edge
Client / federation
Nslookup your external IP of your av edge (av.domain.name) Reply with the external IP
of your av edge
Client / federation
Telnet to external IP / DNS of your access edge (ex sipfed.online.lync.com) on port 5061 Reply with the telnet client Federation
Route PRINT Shows route to you internal
network
-
Internal client
Nslookup your external IP / DNS meet.domain.name Reply with the int IP of
your reverse proxy
Webconferencing
Nslookup your external IP / DNS dailin.domain.name Reply with the int IP of
your reverse proxy
Webconferencing

Some useful links:

http://ucbyvince.blogspot.com/2011/04/dns-resolution-for-lync-2010-edge.html

http://msunified.net/2011/04/15/lync-server-2010-troubleshooting/

Tools:

www.testocsconnectivity.com

http://www.insideocs.com/Tools/MOCLogin.htm

 

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