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Office Communicator in a seperate subnet / VLAN

I want to set up my office communicator works in a seperate subnet / vlan like  Cisco softphone works. Is that possible or not. If possible what's the way to do that.
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predragpetrovicCommented:
hi,

it is possible, just move the server to the VLAN change the IP address and gateway. Be careful when working with firewalls. Here are all ports which are used by OCS.

http://www.ocspedia.com/Misc/All_About_OCS_Ports.htm

Also connectivity to Active Directory and DNS must be enabled.

predrag
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BusbarCommented:
No it is not, if I understand you correctly you want to setup a voice VLAN which is not doable in OCS 2007.
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saleempcAuthor Commented:
Hi All,

I'm expecting more inputs about this.
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BusbarCommented:
Hi,
what input your are expecting and regarding which topic, are you looking to do a voice vlan as auxiliary vlan or implement OCS in its subnet?!
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saleempcAuthor Commented:

Present set up. OCS server is placed in server vlan. All internal and external clients (remote office) using the OCS.

Now I want to set up a voice vlan, place the ocs server in that subnet. Internal users  and external users  (remote  office) need to communicate.

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BusbarCommented:
there should be no benefit from creating a voice vlan for OCS, what is the root cause of creating it.?
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saleempcAuthor Commented:

Yes, there is a root cause. I need to use a dedicated WAN link for my voice traffic.


External Users:- Branch office users. All are connected to HO over site to site VPN
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BusbarCommented:
then all what you need is to create your VLAN, and map its routing into your core switches, and reconfigure the firewall to use the new IP address for OCS.

change the IP address at OCS and keep in mind that you will need to restart the OCS.

then it should be fine.
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saleempcAuthor Commented:
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