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Microsoft Teams Direct Routing integration with Avaya SBC 8.1.2

Microsoft Teams Direct Routing integration with Avaya SBC 8.1.2

Microsoft Teams Direct Routing integration with Avaya SBC 8.1.2

thread690-1806854: MS Teams integration with Avaya SBCE

We are researching feasibility and value of integrating our on-premises Avaya solutions with Microsoft Teams to allow user-to-user calling across the platforms and provide Teams access to some of our Avaya connected public Telco services. Current plan is to use Avaya SBCE and Microsoft Direct Routing as outlined in the following guides:
These guides have provided enough information for us to peer with Microsoft SBC and have been able to establish RTP; however, we are having call control issues and unsure if the issue is sigma related or something else. Are there any other Avaya customers that have successfully integrated with Teams?

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