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Exchange 2013 Architecture & Visual Diagrams

Posted by rp on July 2, 2013 in News

We are building up resources on the latest version of Exchange released by Microsoft which is 2013. At this time we are forming an article with basic visual diagrams and troubleshooting information. If you are running Exchange 2010, you will find other articles on this site for that platform.

 

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Exchange 2013 Ports

 

Exchange 2013 Architecture

Exchange 2013 Visio Files
Reference:

Exchange Network Port Reference
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb331973.aspxRead the article

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Exchange 2010 Architecture Poster & Visual Diagrams

Posted by rp on January 4, 2011 in News

Microsoft has released the Exchange 2010 Architecture poster. Apart from showing the high-level architecture, the poster highlights the feature set of Exchange Server 2010.

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Exchange 2010 Architecture Poster

Sections include,

* Management and Monitoring
* High Availability
* Mailbox Server Role
* Client Access Server Role
* Unified Messaging Server Role
* Hub Transport Server Role
* Edge Transport Server Role

The poster can be printed for availability in offline scenarios, when users will want to quickly look at the architecture and feature set of Exchange Server 2010. A few pieces are missing from these diagrams including:

* Internal clients, e.g. Outlook, OWA;
* UM connections to PBX;
* Client Access Server connections to OCS;
* For Hub-Hub, CAS-CAS or Edge-Edge, I’ve included a 2nd Hub/CAS/Edge server only mentioning ports used for Hub-Hub, CAS-CAS and Edge-Edge communications.

“We’re pleased to let you know that the Exchange Server 2010 Architecture Poster is now available for download in all its 36″ x 24″ goodness,” revealed Microsoft’s Astrid McClean.

“The poster helps you understand how the major components of Exchange 2010 work and serves as a quick reminder and a learning tool. The printed version also looks really impressive on your wall!”

Customers will be able to look over the high-level architecture, but also get information on additional capabilities such as management and monitoring, but also a number of roles, including: the unified messaging server role, the mailbox server role, the client access server role, the edge transport server role, the hub server transport role and high availability.… Read the article

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