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Direct SIP Integration between Mitel Communications Director (MCD) and Microsoft Lync Server 2013

If you’re looking for an introduction and reference guide on how to establish Direct SIP integration between Mitel Communications Director (MCD) and Microsoft Lync Server 2013, this blog article will help you. Note – Mitel Communications Director (MCD) is the re-branded name for the Mitel 3300 IP-PBX starting in MCD Version 4.

Mitel is a qualified IP-PBX vendor for direct SIP connection, and the last version to be officially qualified was the Mitel 3300 version 4.2.1.6. This guide provides guidance for establishing Direct SIP with the new Mitel MCD Version 6, so it is officially unsupported by both Microsoft and Mitel, but practically it has successfully been used several times.

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SIP Trunking 101 with Lync Server 2013

I will start this blog post with a caveat: it is huge and more of a beginners encyclopedia of Lync SIP trunking configuration and troubleshooting tips than a blog post! It also adds some new specific Lync Server 2013 configuration information to the existing information available on configuring a SIP trunk with previous releases of Lync Server.

It includes some great tips on getting up and running with a SIP Trunk and I am hoping it is one of the best troubleshooting reference for Lync Server and SIP trunk connectivity available. If you are familiar with SIP trunking and Lync and are having some issues, you might want to skip . . . → Read More: SIP Trunking 101 with Lync Server 2013