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Various combinations of target and client authentication are theoretically supported by the SSL/TLS protocols. In general, SSL/TLS authentication scenarios are controlled by selecting a specific cipher suite (or cipher suites) and by setting flags in the SSL/TLS protocol layer (that is, the WantClientAuth or NeedClientAuth flags). The following list describes all of the possible authentication scenarios (some of which are not supported by Fuse Message Broker):

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