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Configuring Skype for Business Application Endpoints

You can configure Skype for Business application endpoints using the Management Shell.

Using the procedures described in Microsoft documentation, complete the following steps:

  1. Create Trusted Application Endpoints for Routing Points.
    For example:
    New-CsTrustedApplicationEndpoint -ApplicationId “Connector_app” -TrustedApplicationPoolFqdn “trustedpool.lyncdco.lab” -SipAddress “sip:RP1@lyncdco.lab” –LineURI TEL:16505551212
    • where the value of the parameter SipAddress must correspond to the name of the Routing Point DN object in the Genesys configuration environment.
  2. Create Trusted Application Endpoints for External Routing Points.
    For example:
    New-CsTrustedApplicationEndpoint -ApplicationId “Connector_app” -TrustedApplicationPoolFqdn “trustedpool.lyncdco.lab” -SipAddress “sip:ERP1@lyncdco.lab” –LineURI "TEL:14155551212"
    • where the value of the parameter SipAddress must correspond to the name of the External Routing Point DN object (in the Genesys configuration environment) and the <number> in the parameter LineURI must correspond to the Association field of that External Routing Point object.
  3. Create Trusted Application Endpoints for conference services.
    The endpoint names must be created based on the pattern in the uri-pattern option and their quantity must match the count option set on the Switch object.
    For example: If uri-pattern=sip:conf{DD}@lyncdco.lab and count=99, then you must create 99 endpoints with names from sip:conf01@lyncdco.lab to sip:conf99@lyncdco.lab, where numbers from 1-99 are endpoint numbers.
    See also how to work with conference resource pools

Trusted Application Endpoints for conference services

See Conference Resource Pools for details.

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