Announce: Kerberos Multi-Realm Install Document.

Austin Gonyou austin at
Mon Jun 3 14:56:13 EDT 2002

This document is mainly centered around a Multi-Realm KDC and Slaves on
Linux, but much of the methodology could be applied else where.

The main points on this paper are:

*  Install A KDC for Multiple Realms
*  Install NTP to keep your KDCs synchronized.
*  Creating Password Policies
*  KDC Slave(s) in the Multi-Realm environment.
*  Client Host Kerberos Installation and Setup.
*  Installing/Using Kerberized SSH.

Plus appendicies to help you pin-point the most common information you
may need in the MIT Kerberos Docs and example scripts. 

The documents are available in the following formats:
OpenOffice .sxw

Please send comments, questions, suggestions, etc to
austin at 

Austin Gonyou
Systems Architect, CCNA
Coremetrics, Inc.
Phone: 512-698-7250
email: austin at

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But if you meet it promptly and without flinching, you will 
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