I am a little confuses with what you are trying to do. Are you trying to have the CUBE register to the provider or an X-lite client? The authentication information is used when you make an outbound call to the provider. The provider will respond to the INVITE with challenge and the CUBE will send the INVITE again with the appropriate authentication.
Appriciate Your response . We actually worked it out with a provider. What I meant was that: we received a info from the provider - 50 numbers to register. Not regular trunk as I would usually get.
User name: 7740543xy-address ,where xy is from 00-49
Authorization user name: 7740543xy-auth ,where xy is from00-49
Outbound Proxy: 18.104.22.168
For testing purpose I was able to use x-lite and register these number with a privider.
I could not figure out how to put this in to cisco configuration. With a regular trunk I would receive (usually the same) authentication username/password ( to authenticate incoming calles) and credential username/password ( to register my numbers). In our case work this out provider had to consolidate this to single credential username/password for every numer ( no authentication) ( now I have 50 credentials in sip-ua configuration). On top of this outbound proxy 22.214.171.124 had to be put in global configuration, and domain: myname.provide.pl was actual registrar in sip-ua.
With a outbound proxy configured globally , I had to source sessions from differnet interfaces ( per dial-peer) to cucm and provider.
Man, talk about a backwards way of doing thing! Why the heck are they configuring it as if you were running 50 individual clients and not going through a Call Manager? Usually it is one set of credentials and the provider points all of the DID's you own towards your trunk. Then you assign each number as an external phone number mask or use some type of translation pattern.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.