Direct SIP Integration between Mitel Communications Director (MCD) and Microsoft Lync Server 2013

If you’re looking for an introduction and reference guide on how to establish Direct SIP integration between Mitel Communications Director (MCD) and Microsoft Lync Server 2013, this blog article will help you. Note – Mitel Communications Director (MCD) is the re-branded name for the Mitel 3300 IP-PBX starting in MCD Version 4.

Mitel is a qualified IP-PBX vendor for direct SIP connection, and the last version to be officially qualified was the Mitel 3300 version 4.2.1.6. This guide provides guidance for establishing Direct SIP with the new Mitel MCD Version 6, so it is officially unsupported by both Microsoft and Mitel, but practically it has successfully been used several times.

The Direct SIP Integration between Mitel Communications Director (MCD) and Microsoft Lync Server 2013 guide was authored by InsideLync guest contributor and Lync consultant Habib Mankal and is available here:

http://www.insidelync.com/resources/mitel/Direct_SIP_Mitel.htm 

Here is a hyperlinked table of contents to get you started:

Table of Contents

Introduction.

   Reference Topology.

Mitel Configuration.

   Configuration and Licensing.

   Class of Service.

   Network Element.

   Trunk Attributes.

   SIP Peer Profile.

   Call Routing.

Lync Server 2013 Configuration.

   Adding the Mitel MCD IP-PBX into Lync Server 2013 topology builder.

   Create a Dial Plan.

   Voice Policy, PSTN Usage, and Route.

   Trunk Configuration.

Summary.

Additional References

Happy SIP Trunking!

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