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Proxy Authenticate The PROXY-AUTHENTICATE header is provided as a challenge by a proxy (such as an application server or a registrar). When a request is sent by the device, the proxy can send a 407 Proxy Authorization Required response, containing this header. The device then must return a response containing the PROXY-AUTHORIZATION header, with the proper credentials. This could be used in cases where the operator wishes to authenticate a user every time the user accesses its call control server, to prevent unauthorized access to a server used to define call treatment and voicemail services by the subscriber.
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PROXY-AUTHENTICATE: Digest Realm="tekelec.com," domain= "sip:Verizon.com", qop="auth", nonce= "a73dd646abc898763fbade98129e763547", opaque= "", stale= FALSE, algorithm= MD5
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The PROXY-AUTHORIZATION header is used when a device is authenticating itself with the challenging proxy in response to a 407 Proxy Authentication Required. It is within this header that the user provides his or her credentials, known only to the device and the network provider. None of the data provided for authentication is human-consumable data. This is data that is created using the various algorithms and keys that are provided by the network provider at subscription time, and embedded within the device (usually within the UICC or SIM card).
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This process is different than registration, where the network registrar performs the authentication. This procedure and its associated headers provide the operator with an added measure of security to prevent unauthorized access to network services, even after registration. The use of this header is implementation specific and is not required, but it does add an additional level of security for the operator and an additional layer of protection to select services housed on application servers.
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PROXY-AUTHORIZATION:Digest username= "Travis", realm= "Verizon.com", Nonce= "c60f3082ee1212b402a21831ae" Response= "43536ff4355tcc45567"
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This is similar to the REQUIRE header with the exception that it is used by proxies to communicate the extensions and capabilities that must be supported by the device. The proxy sends this header in response to requests to communicate what it requires of the user device when supporting a session. It is different from the REQUIRE header, which is used between a client and a server (non-proxies). The client and the server could be resident on two devices, or they could be resident on application servers.
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PROXY-REQUIRE:foo
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The RECORD-ROUTE header is used for strict routing within a SIP network. As a request is routed through the network, each proxy inserts this header along with its address into the request. When the request is received by the destination, it uses the RECORD-ROUTE to determine the route for a response. Think of the RECORD-ROUTE as the headers used to create a routing list for a subscriber device. One use for this is to prevent highjacking of sessions when routing is enforced. When a device registers with the network, the RECORD-ROUTE is used as the REGISTER is routed through the network, and the various entities used to route the REGISTER to the registrar enter their addresses prior to forwarding to the next entity. When the registrar receives the REGISTER, it then uses the RECORD-ROUTE headers to create a route list for the user. All responses are then sent using the same route as recorded. This route is stored as part of the registration, so that all subsequent requests and responses use the same route. This form of strict routing ensures that a man-in-the-middle attack cannot be used to hijack a subscriber s registration, for example. It ensures that all requests and responses are sent through the same path used for the registration to reach the user. The REPLY-TO header is inserted by a user device upon receipt of a request. It is used to communicate the direct address of the device for all subsequent responses and requests throughout a dialog. This in essence would then allow responses to bypass the various proxies within the network and allow routing directly to the device. Within an IMS domain, there may be concerns about routing directly to a device, bypassing the Call Session Control Function (CSCF) within the network. In fact, this
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