Query Regarding Port number used in KRB_AP_REQ and KRP_AP_REP
valliami at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 30 22:57:13 EDT 2005
Thanks alot for the quick reply.
It means it will not be seen as
independent KRP_AP_REQ .
Anybody has got sample traffic which contains
this message ?
--- Derek Atkins <warlord at MIT.EDU> wrote:
> Correct. AP_REQ is the Application Request and is
> sent in-band in the
> application protocol. It is the application's job
> to transfer the
> AP_REQ and AP_REP messages between the client and
> server applications.
> Amitha H <valliami at yahoo.com> writes:
> > Hi,
> > I understand AP_REQ is sent from the client to
> > Application server.
> > To what port this message is sent ?
> > I do not think it is sent to the Port number 88,
> > unlike other Kerberos messages.
> > I think, it is sent to the Kerberorised App
> > port number .(like telent server).
> > Can someone please clarify this.
> > Thanks
> > Amitha
> Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media
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> Board (SIPB)
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