[OpenAFS] Unable to authenticate from remote PC

Brian Sebby sebby@anl.gov
Mon, 13 Jan 2003 18:15:33 -0600

When you say "remote PC" are you coming from a remote Unix machine or a PC
running Windows?  If it's the latter, you will also need to open up port
88 UDP if you're using the Windows NT/2000/XP client, and port 750 UDP if
you're running the Windows 9x client.  (These are Kerberos ports.)

I put together some slides for the AFS workshop at LISA 2002 about using
AFS in a firewall environment that might help; they're at:

Brian Sebby

On Mon, Jan 13, 2003 at 06:32:58PM -0500, Francisco Yumiceva wrote:
> Hi,
> I can see from outside the university (from home) these ports:
> 7000/udp   open        afs3-fileserver         
> 7001/udp   open        afs3-callback           
> 7002/udp   open        afs3-prserver           
> 7003/udp   open        afs3-vlserver           
> 7004/udp   open        afs3-kaserver           
> 7005/udp   open        afs3-volser             
> 7007/udp   open        afs3-bos              
> 1024/udp   open        unknown                 
> 1025/udp   open                       
> 1028/udp   open        ms-lsa                  
> 1030/udp   open        iad1                    
> 1031/udp   open        iad2                    
> 1032/udp   open             
> ... and more ports...
> so why I still get:
> Unable to authenticate to AFS because Authentication Server was
> unavailable.
> What is wrong?
> Francisco

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