The Enoten Ranger product allows easy management of your Direct inward dialing (DID)/direct dial-in (DDI) numbers when using Microsoft Skype for Business or Lync for telephony.

One of the most time consuming tasks in managing your Microsoft Lync and Skype for Business infrastructure is keeping track of your DID/DDI and Extension (EXT) number ranges. Neither Lync nor Skype for Business provide an easy method for doing this, and when there are multiple administrators in your UC operations team, it becomes very easy to lose track of these allocations. This leads most organisations to using cumbersome and inflexible spreadsheets.

Ranger does away with all those awkward spreadsheets and automatically manages your number ranges for you. This minimizes the time spent managing your number ranges, greatly reducing the risk of allocation mistakes.

The only manual process required for Ranger is to enter your number ranges and allocate them to a site, after that Ranger takes care of everything else for you. Ranger automatically tracks numbers allocated to users by the Lync/Skype for Business Control Panel (or PowerShell)

Ranger keeps all your Global DID/DDI and EXT number ranges in one place so that your Lync/Skype for Business operations team regardless of their physical location, all work with the same up-to-the-second information at the same time. This greatly reduces the risk of misconfiguration during Lync/Skype for Business user and service provisioning operations.