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Cisco Voice Route and Microsoft Exchange/Lync Integration

Dear All,

We have four lines installed ( direct lines )  connected to the Cisco 2900 voice router then to our switch  in the LAN, we don’t have any PBX or IP-PBX.
I’m planning to install exchange 2010 UM and Lync 2010 Servers.
Can I connect Lync and Exchange to our voice router to provide the voice integration?

Thanks
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BusbarCommented:
Yes, what will happen that you will configure a SIP trunk and forward the numbers that maps to the UM to the UM servers.
the best option for your case is forwarding to autoattendant and let the user dial extensions or dial their UM extensions.
outbound route will be done from the Lync and it will relay the numbers dialled to the router, the router will pick a line and dial that number.
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ACS2012Author Commented:
so I don't need anything in between, they will work directly with the router?

how I can make sure the router support that?
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BusbarCommented:
they are not supported but they will work, tested that dozens of times.
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