Microsoft Exchange 2016
Microsoft Exchange 2016 has an architecture similar to Exchange 2013−both versions have consolidated the number of server roles from four to two−Client Access Server (CAS) and Mailbox Server (MS). The Client Access Servers act as a proxy for Microsoft Office Outlook, Outlook Web App (OWA), Mobile Devices, POP and SMTP. The Client Access Servers can also perform authentication and redirection.
This deployment guide shows configuration procedures for A10 Networks Thunder ADC line of Application Delivery Controllers to support a Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 solution. It provides step-by-step instructions based on a Single VIP (Virtual IP Address) configuration with multiple services.