[OpenAFS] Cannot obtain a token from AFS-Client on Debian and WinXP
05 Jan 2003 12:55:54 -0500
Looks like you don't have your realm<->cell mappings set up properly,
or you don't have the proper AFS principals in your KDC database. As
for the win2k -- it means you don't have v4 support in your KDC.
Thomas Grieder <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hi all
> I got my AFS-Server running. Locally it works correct. Kinit on Debian-Client
> works also fine. But aklog gives me an error msg:
> aklog: Couldn't get afs.cell AFS tickets:
> aklog: Server not found in Kerberos database while getting AFS tickets
> tcpdump from afs-server:
> 970022 192.168.0.12.33292 > 192.168.0.3.88: (DF)
> 013262 192.168.0.3.88 > 192.168.0.12.33292: (DF)
> On WinXP I get the following message:
> The AFS Client was unable to optain tokens as user in afs.cell.
> Error: 3 (unknown authentication error 3)
> tcpdump from afs-server
> 749034 192.168.0.5.1182 > 192.168.0.3.88: v4 le KDC_REQUEST: user.@AFS.CELL
> 955min afs.
> 756439 192.168.0.3.88 > 192.168.0.5.1182: v4 le ERR_REPLY: user.@AFS.CELL
> AUTH_EXP ^JKerberos error -- [|kerberos] (DF)
> OpenAFS 1.2.8a on server with Debian woody (stable) and 2.4.18 Kernel
> OpenAFS 1.2.8a on client with Debian (unstable) and 2.4.20 Kernel
> OpenAFS 1.2.8a on Windows XP SP 1
> What can I do to solve this problem?
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