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I the last post we installed and configured the internal kemp load balancers. In this post we will be setting up load balancing for the Office Web Apps servers

 

The Lync HA setup contains two Office Web Apps Servers.

 

Start by exporting the WAC server certificate from one of the WAC servers. The certificate should contain the WAC farm name (both internal and external), and the two server names.

Navigate to Certificates -> SSL Certificates and click Import certificate.

Browse to the exported certificate, type the password and give it a name. Then click Save

Click OK

Navigate to Virtual Services and click on Add New.

Type the Virtual IP address for the WAC Service, and type 443 on the ports. Give the service a name and click on Add this Virtual Service

First Remove Transparency and then Force L7

Enable SSL

Click OK

Click Reencrpt and then click on Add New

Select the IP address for the new WAC service and Click on Add VS at the Wacfarm certificate

Next make the below selections

SSL

 

 

 

 

 

Navigate to Real Servers and make the below – click on Add New

Type the two IP addresses and click Add this real server

Click back twice when finish

The Service is now configured and should come up Green.

The last thing is to change the DNS so that the wacfarm01.exchangepro.local record points to the new virtual IP.

 

In the next post we will be setting up load balancing for the frontend web services.

 

Lync 2013 High Availability

Part 1: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/08/28/install-a-sql-2012-mirroring-cluster-for-use-with-lync-2013-part-1/

Part 2: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/08/29/install-a-sql-2012-witness-server-for-use-with-lync-2013-part-2/

Part 3: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/09/01/configure-a-sql-2012-mirroring-cluster-for-use-with-lync-2013-part-3/

Part 4: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/09/14/deploy-a-lync-2013-file-store-part-4/

Part 5: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/09/19/prepare-your-servers-for-lync-server-2013-ha-part-5/

Part 6: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/09/21/creating-the-lync-server-2013-ha-topology-part-6/

Part 7: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/09/30/install-the-first-frontend-server-part-7/

Part 8: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/10/06/update-the-frontend-server-part-8/

Part 9: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/10/13/install-the-office-web-servers-part-9/

Part 10: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/10/21/deploy-the-director-servers-in-lync-2013-ha/

Part 11: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/10/25/install-the-access-edge-ha-servers-part-11/

Part 12: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/11/05/deploy-reverse-proxy-using-kemp-hardware-load-balancer-part-12/

Part 13: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/11/14/adding-additional-frontend-servers-to-lync-ha-part-13/

Part 14: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/11/26/setup-load-balancers-for-the-internal-lync-servers-part-14/

Part 15: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/11/26/load-balance-the-office-web-apps-server-part-15/

Part 16: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/11/26/load-balance-the-lync-frontend-web-services-part-16/

Part 17: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/11/28/load-balance-the-lync-frontend-services-part-17/

Part 18: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/12/15/load-balance-the-lync-director-servers-part-18/

Part 19: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/12/15/load-balance-lync-access-edge-internal-nic-part-19/

Part 20: http://exchangepro.dk/2013/12/29/load-balance-lync-access-edge-external-nic-part-20/

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