Macintosh OS X.2 question

Ken Raeburn raeburn at MIT.EDU
Mon Dec 2 17:16:01 EST 2002

"Paul W. Nelson" <nelson at> writes:
> Kinit will pick up on the icmp message and skip the krb524 step, but
> sometimes the icmp message gets filtered out by routers, especially when NAT
> is used.
> It would be really nice to be able to skip this step, or devise a method for
> telling stuff like kinit that krb524 is not supported (in the config file).
> Relying on icmp port not reachable messages is not the best especially
> across the internet.

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