What Is an Avaya SES?

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What Is an Avaya SES?
Avaya SIP Enablement Services (telephone image by Vasiliy Koval from Fotolia.com)

SES is an Avaya term for SIP Enablement Services. SES is an integral component of the new Avaya Aura architecture model. Avaya SES servers allow SIP telephone connectivity to the Communications Manager server and trunk connectivity to SIP service providers. SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol. It is an Internet Engineering Task Force or IETF standards based communication protocol used for multimedia applications. It controls IP voice, video conferencing, instant messaging and other applications.

Avaya Home Server

The Avaya SES Home Server provides connectivity from Communications Manager to Avaya SIP and certified third party telephones. It provides feature, line and station information back to the Communications Manager server. It supports SIP-based Instant Messaging, Meeting Exchange, and Voicemail Modular Messaging.

Avaya Edge Server

The Avaya SES Edge Server provides a central point for system administration. It routes SIP signalling between home servers and can provide SIP trunking for multiple interconnected Communications Manager server nodes.

Avaya Combo Server

The Avaya Combo SES Server combines both functions of the Home and Edge servers and is used for smaller applications. It will support up to 450 SIP telephone stations on Avaya S8300 Communications Manager servers and can connect up to 6,000 stations when deployed with the larger S8500 and S8800 servers.

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