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Applies to: Midsized Business or Enterprise customers with an internal proxy
or firewall server
Author: Rob Pittfield
Lync Online media ports have been split into three separate categories,
giving you much better control over network bandwidth:
Application sharing and file transfer
Now you can use Quality of Service (QoS) group policies to give a higher
network priority to audio or video packets. If you also configure your network
hardware to take advantage of the new bandwidth allocations, users can have much
smoother Lync peer-to-peer conversations during times of heavy network use.
Separate port ranges for application sharing and file transfer are planned
for a future service update.
For details, see
Quality of Service Policies for Clients Running on Windows 7 or Windows 8.
Lync Server 2013 Networking Guide: Network Planning, Monitoring, and
Troubleshooting with Microsoft Lync Server
VoiceRx: Validating QoS on Lync Endpoints
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新Office 365 Office 365 Enterprise , Office 365 Midsize
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