Configuring the Internal Interface of the A/V Edge Service
Topic Last Modified: 2009-05-22
Use the procedure in this section to configure the internal TCP and authentication ports used for the internal interface of the A/V Edge service.
The IP address, certificate, and FQDN that you configure for the internal interface apply to all edge services on the Edge Server. For details about configuring the IP address, certificate, and FQDN for the internal interface, see Configuring the Internal Interface of the Access Edge Service.
Each edge service on an Edge Server requires a separate port number. For details, see Port Requirements in the Planning and Architecture documentation.
To configure the internal TCP and authentication ports used for the A/V Edge service
On the Edge Server, open Computer Management.
In the console tree, expand Services and Applications, right-click Office Communications Server 2007 R2, and then click Properties.
On the Edge Interfaces tab, under A/V Edge Server, click Configure.
In the A/V Edge Server dialog box, under Internal Ports, do the following:
- In TCP port, specify the internal port used for TCP traffic on the internal interface of the A/V Edge service. Internal servers connect to this IP address and port to send outbound traffic. The default port is 443.
- In A/V authentication port, specify the port used by the Office Communications Server Audio/Video Authentication service. The default port is 5062. If you change the port setting, make a corresponding change to the edge interfaces configuration in your internal network, as appropriate.
If you have made any changes other than a change to the A/V authentication certificate, restart the Office Communications Server Audio/Video Edge service and the Office Communications server Audio/Video Authentication service.