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Configuring the Sonus SBC 1000-2000 for DNS Load Balancing
Deploying an F5 Load Balancer in a PBX-SBC-Lync Topology
Deploying the Survivable Branch Appliance
Configuring the SBC 1000 for FXS Calling
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Quick Start Guide
Downstream Deployment of a Sonus SBC 1000-2000 in a PBX-SBC-eUM Topology
Changing SIP Transport from MTLS - SRTP to TCP - RTP
Call Forking Based on Active Directory User Attributes
Call Routing Based on Active Directory User Attributes
Configuring a Nortel PBX v4.5 to connect via TDM to the SBC 1000-2000
Configuring SBC 1000-2000 with Exchange 2013
Configuring TDM ports on the SBC 1000-2000
Configuring the Avaya S8300/8400/8500/8700 v.3.1.x to connect via TDM to the SBC 1000-2000
Configuring the Mitel 3300 ICP v9.0.0.41 to connect via TDM to the SBC 1000-2000
Configuring the QoE Feature
How to Enable, Collect, and Provide Log Files From SBC and SBA
SBC 1000/2000 Security Hardening Checklist
SIP Trunking Between SIP Border Elements
SIP Trunking with Multiple IP support
Configuring the Sonus SBC 1000-2000 for Music On Hold
Configuring the Sonus SBC 1000-2000 for Standard and Mutual TLS Authentication
Translating SIP Responses in SIP-SIP Calls Using 'Pass-thru Peer SIP Response Code'
Configuring Sonus SBC1000-2000 for Calling Party Category II-8 based Collect Call Blocking
Use of Calling Extension in Transformation Table for ext=xxxx Input Value
Changing SIP Transport Protocol from TCP to TLS in a PBX-SBC-eUM Topology
Configuring a Sonus SBC 1000-2000 with ITSP that requires digest authentication with 401 Unauthorized challenge
SIP Message Manipulation Document Catalog
Action Set Documents
SBC for Dummies Series
Configuring the RBA 3G4G Feature
Remote Update of ASM Recovery Partition
Lync Related Best Practices
SIP Registration
Deploying the Sonus SBC 1000-2000
Configuring The SBC 1000-2000 with ISDN IDA-P Switch Variant
Upgrading the ASM Image From Windows-Only to Lync SBA
Configuring SBC 1000-2000 for Broadsoft Compatibility
Configuring SBC 1000-2000 for Multiple Media Streams
Working with SIP Signaling Groups and NAT
Packet Capture - Best Practice
Configuring Calls to Emergency Services on PSTN Lines
Configuring the SBC 1000/2000 for NAT Traversal
Configure SBC 1000-2000 Auto Configuration for BroadWorks
Configure SBC Edge with Tenor AF/AX for Fax
How Sonus SBC 1000-2000 transfers RTP stream though Proxy Mode
SBC 1000/2000 Redundant Ethernet Configuration - Best Practice
Approved Partner Solutions for ASM
Translating SIP Responses in SIP-SIP Calls Using "Pass-thru Peer SIP Response Code"
 

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This section contains a collection of articles which explore supported ways of configuring and deploying Sonus SBC 1000/2000 using a range of existing and new features.

The intent is to encourage field engineers, customers, and partners to adopt these best practices to help them improve existing techniques used for configuring and deploying Sonus SBC 1000/2000 in their VoIP and networking topology.

In addition to configuration procedures, some of these articles contain in-depth verification steps to help you solve common deployment scenarios using methods that are supported and have been tested by Sonus.

These articles are applicable to the latest version of Sonus SBC 1000/2000 and assumes the reader has a solid understanding of Unified Communications concepts in addition to training on Microsoft Unified Communication Applications: