[OpenAFS] Using OpenAFS with existing Kerberos servers

Nathan Neulinger nneul@umr.edu
01 Sep 2003 08:45:14 -0500

Yes, do a search for 'krb5 migration kit', or search the list archives
for krb5. Lots of discussion on how to do it. You basically just need a
afs@REALM key on kdc, and a krb524d server w/ aklog on the clients. 

-- Nathan

On Mon, 2003-09-01 at 07:57, David Howells wrote:
> Hi,
> I'd like to use my AFS server with an existing Kerberos setup. However, this
> does not seem to be possible as the kaserver program apparently wants to be
> its own isolated kerberos server.
> Is there any way to bypass the kaserver, and have the other server programs go
> direct to my KDC? Or is it possible to instruct kaserver to chain queries to
> another KDC? Or is there a possibility that the AFS server can be registered
> in the KDC as a Kerberised application, with a shared secret between the KDC
> and the AFS server?
> Thanks for your help,
> David
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