Can't use NAT
jaltman at columbia.edu
Fri Sep 27 12:58:00 EDT 2002
Kerbeoros can be used with NAT if one of two things are done:
. the public address to the NAT device is added to the list of
addresses for which the ticket is valid.
. the tickets are requested without addresses
> I understand that you can't use Kerberos with NAT (if that's untrue,
> please let me know).
> * document this (Web site, readme) so that users with NAT doen't
> waste time trying to install and run this
> * could installer be smart enough to check TCP/IP settings for
> "192.168*" address (likely NAT) and warn user?
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