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Device Authentication

Device authentication enhances security by requiring devices registering with or calling the RealPresence DMA system to provide credentials that the system can authenticate. In turn, the RealPresence DMA system may need to authenticate itself to an external SIP peer or gatekeeper.

All authentication configurations are supercluster-wide, but note that the default realm for SIP device authentication is the cluster’s domain as specified in Network Settings. This allows each cluster in a supercluster to have its own realm for challenges.

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