VX acts as a gateway between Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) or Private Branch Exchange (PBX) and the Microsoft Office Communication server network. It provides the ability for Unified Communications users to collaborate with people outside the Unified Communications network. VX connects to the Unified Communications network via the Mediation server role of Microsoft Office Communication Server.
This guide explains how to configure VX for Unified Communications and how to match the VX configuration on your Microsoft Office Communication Server and Exchange Server.
- Gathering Unified Communications Network Information
- Microsoft Unified Messaging Network Topology and Server Configuration
- Using the VX Configuration Wizard for Microsoft Unified Communications
- Understanding the VX Call Flow
- Testing Unified Communications with a SIP Device
- Mapping Q.850 to SIP Responses
- Customizing the VX Configuration in a Unified Communications Environment
- Troubleshooting Microsoft Unified Communication