ksu: Incorrect net address while geting credentials from kdc
Adams Kevin J
kevin.adams at phs.com
Sat Nov 2 19:19:11 EST 2002
OK, that's good to hear, thanks.
Is there something wrong too with the way a ticket with an address get
forwarded, i.e., the ticket only having the address I used for telnet, and
not the addresses of the other interfaces I would see if I did a kinit to
get the ticket.
The forwarded ticket only has one address in it, but if I kinit it has
It's like the ticket needs the hostname interface address for ksu to work;
ksu only works if I kinit and don't use a forwarded ticket.
I guess when the forwarded ticket gets created, we don't know what the other
interfaces are, unlike kinit does?
Is there something I'm not doing, or a way around this?
From: Sam Hartman [mailto:hartmans at mit.edu]
Sent: Saturday, November 02, 2002 12:59 PM
To: Adams Kevin J
Cc: kerberos at mit.edu
Subject: Re: ksu: Incorrect net address while geting credentials from
>>>>> "Adams" == Adams Kevin J <kevin.adams at phs.com> writes:
Adams> Dear kerberos helpers, I have some multihomed Linux (krb
Adams> 1.2.5) and AIX (krb 1.2.2) hosts, with the KDC on AIX.
Adams> If I kinit -A from Linux, and telnet -F to AIX, the
Adams> forwarded ticket always has an address. On Linux the ticket
Adams> does not have an address, but the forwarded ticket on AIX
This will be fixed in Kerberos 1.3. The code has already been
committed so that forwarded addressless tickets are addressless.
We do not have public timelines for future Kerberos releases, so I
have no comment on when 1.3 will be released.
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