[j-nsp] SRX and MS Lynx

Mike Gonnason gonnason at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 14:07:45 EST 2015

Hi Bill,

I have a Lync front end server deployed in a DMZ hung off an ASA (haven't
had time yet to swap them out for SRX). We just have static NATs and the
usual ACLs permitting the traffic. There are quite a few ACLs though,
especially if you want to support Federation. Your Lync deployment people
should be able to provide you with a full list of required ACLs for the
functionality you are aiming for.

-Mike Gonnason

On Mon, Feb 2, 2015 at 3:30 PM, Bill Blackford <bblackford at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm not finding anything cases in the archives on this.
> Has anyone deployed Microsoft Lync 2010 behind a branch SRX?
> Besides the reverse proxy, there is the SIP and XMPP components. Is this a
> matter of a series of static NAT's for the edge servers or does this get
> tricky and require ALG's?
> I've read the SRX does not support the proper ALG using TCP but UDP only.
> What I'm looking for is a deployment document for the SRX. Does this exist?
> Is this doable?
> Thanks in Advance.
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