[OpenAFS] AES Support ?

John Hascall john@iastate.edu
Wed, 26 Sep 2007 08:38:05 CDT

Jeffrey Altman
> John Hascall wrote:
> >>        What makes your cell "rxk5" capable is if you have an
> >> "afs-k5@YOUR-REALM" service key.
> > 
> > That seems icky.  Why does it have to have a different name?

> So that the clients have a way of knowing whether or not the cell
> supports the rxk5 protocol.

Wouldn't the normal Kerberos enctype negotiation do that?
That is, if the client asks for {AES,DES} and if it gets
back AES it knows it can use rxk5?