Frequently Asked Questions
This FAQ list provides answers to the following topics:
A list of supported PBXs is available here: anynode® Interoperability List. This list includes all major PBX vendors like Cisco, Avaya, Unify or Mitel and is updated every month.
Absolutely! We understand the importance of choosing the right software solution and the best way to do this is to test the product yourself. This allows you to see first-hand which products are right for you and your organization. A trial enables you to run anynode® as a fully functioning software for a limited time. Duration and number of concurrent sessions can be discussed by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. A typical PoC is 30 to 60 days. Session numbers vary depending on the customer needs.
Yes it is! Since Lync Server 2010 / Lync Server 2013, anynode is a qualified Session Border Controller ( SBC ) and forward compatible and supported with Skype for Business 2015.
The latest release of anynode® and documentation is available in our “community” area of the web site: http://www.te-systems.de/community; a free registration is required. The community also provides access to comprehensive documentation to configure anynode® with the various PBXs available.
Software requirements specification:
- >Microsoft Skype for Business Server 2015 (preferred) or Lync Server 2013 environment (on premises), including a UCMA application server role (either logical or physical).
- >Exchange Online Unified Messaging (or Exchange Server Unified Messaging on-premises) configured as the voicemail solution for the Skype for Business deployment.
- >Skype for Business Deployment Wizard on the Application Server used for the anynode® UCMA connection.
- >Appropriate network access, routing and administration rights.
- >A Windows Server 2012 R2 or Windows Server 2016 operating system which is joined to the network domain and used as trusted application server for anynode®.