What all is considered for an endpoint to be considered authenticated either true or false when it is applied to search rules?
We have several endpoints ranging from C-Series to E20s that don't authenticate or require credentials when they register, and we have Jabber Video that of course authenticates. I'm asking as this applies to call policies and want to try to do some testing, but due to the authenticated true/false of some of the endpoints I want to get it right.
Default Zone: Do not check credentials
Default SubZone: Treat as authenticated
Subzones: Treat as authenticated
The SubZones are set so that they will allow presence.
Endpoints are considered authenticated if the zone or subzone they are in is set to Treat as authenticated. Or if the zone or subzone is set to check credentials and the endpoint supplies the right credentials. for example on my EX90 it has settings:
Thanks, it makes sence and why I'm seening different statuses for authentication for the protocols. Am I correct that in order to have all unknown endpoints (not locally registered to the VCS) to be affected by a call policy I would need to create my own CPL using the "unauthenticated-origin" method, as the call policy generator in the VCS web gui doesn't write it correct, and the end result is all calls are capable of making it through? From what I've been reading in the other call policy discussions I've searched and read through.
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