As part of the
Below details a sample configuration for E911 (Emergency Services), along with the resulting WebUI configuration options that are created.
Sample E911 (Emergency Services) Configuration
The following is an example of E911 configuration for a SIP <-> ISDN scenario using Lync E911.
Configuration options created as a result of E911 Changes
The E911 Elin number from the "CompanyName" field configured in Lync location services is used as the authoritative Call Back number for outgoing E911 calls, and is always the preferred configuration. Specifically, it will take precedence over any Callback Number number configuration in Lync Setup. For more information, see Creating and Modifying Entries to Transformation Tables.
Call Routing Table
A Lync E911 entry is created in the Call Routing Table for routing calls from SIP to ISDN. For more information about Call Routing Tables, see Managing Call Routing Tables.
A Lync SIP Profile is created in the SIP Profile table. SIP Profiles control the how the
Callback Number Pool
An entry is added to the Callback Numbers Table with the Emergency Callback number configured in the Lync Setup. For more information about Callback Numbers, see Creating and Modifying Callback Number Lists.
Emergency Services Configuration
The Call Status Duration for Emergency Services is configured. For more information about Emergency Services Configuration, see Configuring Emergency Services.