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Finally enter your password, once connected an explorer type view of your Asterisk’s file system will be displayed – I have changed to a detailed view (choose view - details) Back-up your SFA license by copying the file from /var/lib/asterisk/licenses – there should only be one file in there, just right click and copy to your desktop to save locally.Now head back to the folder /etc/asterisk – this is where our Asterisk config files are located.You will then be presented with the screen below Edit your network device “eth0 – Digital Equipment Corporation DECchip 21140 [Faster Net]”, remove the DHCP option and set a static address, in my case 192.1 Save and now edit your DNS configuration.In my case I have a local DNS server (192.1) but set this to suit your needs.We will be editing three files: (right click and “edit” within Win SCP) [general] context=default ; Default context for incoming calls allowoverlap=no ; Disable overlap dialing support.(Default is yes) udpbindaddr=0.0.0.0 ; IP address to bind UDP listen socket to (0.0.0.0 binds to all) bindport=5060 bindaddr=0.0.0.0 tcpenable=yes ; Enable server for incoming TCP connections (default is no) tcpbindaddr=0.0.0.0 ; IP address for TCP server to bind to (0.0.0.0 binds to all interfaces) srvlookup=yes ; Enable DNS SRV lookups on outbound calls notifyhold = yes ; Notify subscriptions on HOLD state (default: no)  ; A locally attached SIP extension type=friend callerid=1001 canreinvite=no dtmfmode=rfc2833 mailbox=1001 disallow=all allow=ulaw transport=udp secret=password host=dynamic context=default [Lync_Trunk] ; Our Lync trunk type=friend port=5068 ; This is the default Lync Server TCP listening port host=192.1 ; This should be the IP address of your Lync Server dtmfmode=rfc2833 context=from-lync qualify=yes transport=tcp,udp This dial plan will enable call routing between Lync , Asterisk & SFA.I won’t walk you through this configuration (some is based upon location preferences, in my case UK), but I will show you the resulting configuration within the Lync Control Panel.
YUM is an abbreviated word for Yellow dog Updater Modified, it is a command line package management tool.Set your region, select next and create a root (or Administrator) password then click next.The install will now commence, in my case I’m going to grab some breakfast…!You can still opt for the Free PBX front end – but we will choose to not go down this dark path – trust me on this! So here is an idea of how this will all piece together: Sounds like a tall order right? With Asterisk NOW and Lync Server 2010, it is reasonably straight forward and I will endeavour to document the end-to-end setup process. Skype as you may or may not be aware offers two SME level Vo IP integrations:- Create a name: Set memory: Don’t connect it to your virtual network, we’ll need to create a legacy network adaptor as we are using Linux I’m going to accept the default options when configuring my virtual disk (this isn’t usually recommended for performance, but for Asterisk NOW it’ll be sufficient) Once your bootable Asterisk NOW ISO is downloaded, select this as the operating system to boot from within Hyper-V Manager Our summary, click Finish Before we kick off the install, you’ll need to go to your settings and add one hardware component, the legacy network adaptor mentioned earlier – and make sure this is connected to your virtual network Let’s start our VM!Fingers-crossed the Asterisk NOW ISO will boot and the install commences, select option 5 – Asterisk 1.6 only (we need Asterisk 1.6 for TCP support, a SIP trunk requirement for OCS and Lync) Select yes, to accept the creation of partitions and wiping of data The default partition scheme is fine, select next.