Is it possible to set up a single Lync 2013 server and give client access over the Internet without setting up an edge server. This is a small environment and I can't really set up 2 servers for Lync. It is working fine internally. I have been looking all over to find a way to do this with no luck. If it is possible what ports do I need to open on the firewall?
To answer your question Ktylman, no, you can not do what you are asking with only one server. You must have a minimum of 2 servers, one FE and one Edge. As the link above states and all Microsoft documentation
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