Kerberos5 NAT and kftp
jaltman at watsun.cc.columbia.edu
Mon Nov 25 20:30:19 EST 2002
In article <artmov$ees$1 at nntp6.u.washington.edu>,
Donn Cave <donn at u.washington.edu> wrote:
: Quoth jaltman at watsun.cc.columbia.edu (Jeffrey Altman):
: | You need to use an FTP client that allows you to disable the use
: | of channel bindings. See C-Kermit
: | http://www.kermit-project.org/ckermit.html
: | It will do what you need when the command
: | SET AUTH K5 NO-ADDR ON
: You also need a patched ftpd, right? Or does the GSS ftpd from
: the current MIT release now support clients from behind a NAT?
The patches to ignore address bindings if not provided were
added a couple of releases ago. 1.2.7 definitely has them.
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