Tag Archives: Lync Web Services

Using an F5 LTM Load Balancer for Reverse Proxy with Lync 2013

Ok, I couldn’t resist it… In my previous blog I wrote about publishing Lync services using a Kemp Load Master. Since I’m not married to Kemp (although you might think differently, and so does Marco 😉 I also have an F5 LTM up-and-running in my lab. Time to have a closer look at the F5 when it comes to reverse proxy with Lync 2013.

Lync Configuration

Again, in my lab I have a Lync 2013 Enterprise Edition, in the perimeter network I have a Lync 2013 Edge Server, but I will use an F5 LTM load balancer.

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Using a Kemp Load Balancer for Reverse Proxy with Lync 2013

In my previous blog I wrote about publishing Lync services using IIS/ARR as a replacement for TMG 2010. It is also possible to use a hardware load balancer to publish these Lync web services to the internet. In this blog I’ll talk about using a Kemp LoadMaster LM2600 for publishing Lync web services.

Lync Configuration

In my lab I have a Lync 2013 Enterprise Edition, in the perimeter network I have a Lync 2013 Edge Server, but instead of IIS/ARR I now have a hardware load balancer.

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