Updated: Summary of standard Kerberos service names
rra at stanford.edu
Mon Mar 1 16:48:26 EST 2004
Henry B Hotz <hotz at jpl.nasa.gov> writes:
> Service names needing a machine instance:
We use webauth/system.example.com for WebAuth v3. See:
S/Ident uses ident.system and ident/system.example.com. See:
The Oracle calendar server uses uniengd/* principals that take a fully
qualified system name. It looks like at least some configurations of
protocols to do Sieve configuration use sieve/* principals that take a
fully qualified system name.
I don't know how you want to classify x500dsa.* and ldapserver.*, both of
which are used for K4 binds to LDAP (the K5 protocol tends to use ldap/*
instead). Under K4 they take unqualified system names.
Russ Allbery (rra at stanford.edu) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>
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