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DNS with OCS and Lync 2010

Posted on 2014-09-23
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I am trying to get the correct DNS entries in place for Lync 2010. Currently I have _sipinternaltls defined for our current OCS environment with three records, FE & BE OCS servers plus OCS pool name. I will have a total of 2 Lync pools, 2 FE each and 1 BE server each. Do I just add more _sipinternaltls entries under _tcp including the 4 FE, 2 BE, and 2 Pools? I am just curious how this will affect our current OCS environment...? Will these be the only entries needed to get the topology published? I am also confused about the A records. Wouldn't that be registered with DNS automatically? Thanks!
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Please planning your design first using Lync 2013 planning tool.

For DNS, you can use this tool.
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For DNS configuration, you can check below link
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg398758.aspx
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I am looking for an explanation of what I am asking above. Thanks!
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