Polycom’s VVX family of VoIP handsets are ideally suited for customers deploying Lync 2013 Enterprise Voice to replace their legacy PBX systems. Unlike the Lync Phone Edition (LPE)handsets which run Microsoft WinCE, the VVX has it's own software running known as UCS, the latest being version 5.0.1 and newer versions are continuously being developed with enhanced feature sets based on customer demand. UCS allows for a great deal of flexibility in its configuration compared with its LPE counterparts. In fact there are thousands of parameters that can be configured but there are a limited set of these which are relevant in a Lync voice deployment which is described in this official document from Polycom. To configure these parameters a provisioning server must be setup for the phone to download the parameters from predefined configuration files. A provisioning server is simply a FTP or HTTP server. Readers unfamiliar with setting up and using a provisioning server should refer to the same document mentioned. This article covers 5 useful configuration parameters for a Lync Enterprise Voice deployment.
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