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Re: OpenLDAP, Kerberos, kpasswd

--On Monday, October 06, 2003 12:00 PM +0200 Bernhard Lukas <bernhard.lukas@pericom.at> wrote:

--with-kpasswd enables Kerberos Password authentication in OpenLDAP, but what does that really mean? That a non-anonymous bind to the directory uses a kerberos ticket? Any help or hints would be appreciated, I tried hard for one week to making things work but without succes. :(

No, that is what happens having cyrus-sasl compiled in. You simply use GSSAPI as your method to connect using non-authenticated binds (-Y GSSAPI). Your server needs to have an ldap/FQDN@REALM principle (like ldap/ldap1.pericom.at@pericom.at) in its keytab. I'll send you more info once I'm in my office.


Quanah Gibson-Mount
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Stanford University
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