Les outils permettant une aide au design ou architecture d'une solution étant toujours le bienvenue, vous pouvez trouver ce petit dernier bien pratique: Lync 2013 Detailed Design Calculator
Lync DDC is a simple low-level design calculator for a Lync 2013 Standard or Enterprise deployment. Fill in hostnames, IP and other design elements in the Global Data and Resource Data sheets, and it will calculate DNS records, certificate names, firewall rules and HOSTS entries.
Lync DDC is a simple offline, Excel-based, low-level design calculator for a Lync 2013 deployment. Fill in hostnames, IP and other design elements in the Global Data and Resource Data sheets, and it will calculate DNS records, certificate names, firewall rules and HOSTS entries.
Any bug report, request for improvements or new features, suggestions, criticism etc. are greatly appreciated! :-)
How to use
The file was tested on Microsoft Excel 2013 and 2010. Macros and active content must be enabled. Fill all relevant fields in the Global Data and Resource Data sheets. All cells with dynamic data have a dark blue background and are already populated with sample data. Please change all values to reflect your design. Do not resize, hide or unhide rows.
Also be aware there is currently very limited content validation. Ensure you type the correct data. Use at own risk.
Important: remember to press the GENERATE DATA button (available in all sheets) each time you change any value. This is required to refresh all data and views.
Assumptions and limitations
Note the following assumptions or known limitations:
very limited content validation: You will not be warned if you type 256.256.256.256 as an IP address :-). Ensure you type the correct data. Content validation may come in a future version.
single Lync 2013 Pool
single Office Web Apps server
single Reverse Proxy
single SIP domain (support for multiple SIP domain will be available in a future version due shortly).
Edge, Director and Mediation, even when 1 node is selected, are always configured in a pool to allow for easier scalability and certificate management
When full HLB is selected for Front-End and Director pools, it is assumed that internal web services host names will not be overridden. This is optional and unnecessary when full HLB is used; override becomes mandatory with DNS LB)
It is assumed that Office Web apps, Front-end pool and Director Pool external web services are published externally on a shared public IP through the defined Reverse Proxy
It is assumed that internal Lync resources will use an internal Certification authority. This includes Front-end, Mediation, Director and internal Edge and reverse proxy interfaces. Firewall rules are included to grant DMZ servers (Edge and reverse proxy) access to the CRL.
Merci à ces auteurs