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Old 02-12-2018, 06:53 AM
ramad14 ramad14 is offline
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Default SIP trunk authentication problem

I am new in avaya aura systems especially in SIP trunk
I want to integrate sip trunk to Service provider for pstn calls without ASBC , everything in my side is fine but SM fails to register to service provider , the ISP gave me credentials username and password to add in my system so that register request should go with authentication ( client -server authentication) ,
The issue is in Session manager I didn't see where to add such authentication

Does anyone faced a challenge like this, I need help to resolve this issue

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