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Avaya Multimedia Messaging DNS Setting

Avaya Multimedia Messaging DNS Setting

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Hi ALL~

I have Windows2012 DNS Server(lab.com),how can setting (_amiogw-https._tcp.component.amm.lab.com) in Windows2012 SRV Record ,thanks

Avaya Multimedia Messaging domains configuration
Before you install the Avaya Multimedia Messaging server, you must configure the DNS server to
include all the domains required for Avaya Multimedia Messaging.
You must also list the messaging domains as a configuration step during or after the Avaya
Multimedia Messaging server installation.

Messaging domains
The list of reachable domains consists of a union of all domains to which Avaya Multimedia
Messaging can route messages. This includes the federated remote domains defined for any
messaging adaptors, such as XMPP, as well as a list of messaging domains that applies only to
Avaya Multimedia Messaging messages.
• Any configured domain in the list is considered a full domain name literally. No sub-domain
should be assumed or derived. For example, configured domain a.b means that only domain
a.b is reachable. It does not imply that sub-domains like x.a.b are also reachable.


For example:
• Choose the Presence Services domain, for example: pres.yourcompany.com
• Replace the first sub-domain, for example: replace pres with amm, which results in
amm.yourcompany.com
• Add a sub-domain, for example: component, to create a correct Avaya Multimedia Messaging
Routing Domain, which can be component.amm.yourcompany.com.

This SRV record for Presence Services 7.0.x is as follows:
_amiogw-https._tcp.component.pres.yourdomain.com
• Priority: 100
• Weight: 100
• Port: 443
• SRV hostname: FQDN or virtual IP of the Presence server.
The FQDN of the target host provides the type of TCP/IP-based service that is described in
the Service parameter. This name must match a valid host (A) resource record in the DNS
domain namespace. If a target FQDN consisting of a single period (".") is used, it indicates to
any DNS resolvers (clients) requesting this type of service that this service is not available
for this domain
Note:
The priority/weight must be based on corporate policy and depends on whether there is
more than one server acting as an XMPP node. In the case where there is more than
one server offering the service (for example: a Presence Services cluster) the
recommendation is that the priority and weight values for each record be the same.
2. (Optional) To check that the SRV records are configured properly for the Avaya Aura®
Presence server, open a terminal window on the Avaya Multimedia Messaging server and
run commands similar to the following:
nslookup –querytype=SRV _xmpp-server._tcp.pres.yourcompany.com


The SRV record for Presence Services 7.0.x is as follows:
_amiogw-https._tcp.component.amm.yourdomain.com
• Priority: 100
• Weight: 100
• Port: 8453
• SRV host name:
- FQDN of the Avaya Multimedia Messaging server, if the Avaya Multimedia Messaging
server is deployed as a standalone server.
- FQDN the Avaya Multimedia Messaging server virtual IP backup node, if the Avaya
Multimedia Messaging is deployed in a cluster.
4. (Optional) To check that the SRV records are configured properly for the Avaya Multimedia
Messaging server, open a terminal window on the Presence server and run the following
command:
nslookup –querytype=SRV _xmpp-server._tcp.component.amm.yourdomain.com

thanks!


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