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Re: Problem with name resolving, or what?
Subject: Re: Problem with name resolving, or what? Date: Thu, Jun 06, 2002 at 10:39:24PM +0200 Quoting Thomas Nystrom (email@example.com):
> Try to do a 'klist -v', you will then see which IP-addresses are put in
> the different tickets. Also try to do that AFTER you fails to login to see
> what tickets you have after the fail (and with which tickets).
> When you request a ticket with Krb5 the client will need to put in the
> IP-address and if you client for some reason have the wrong idea of what
> its IP-address is (like when using NAT) then it will fail. By using 'klist
> -v' you can see what the client really have put in the tickets.
Already did this -- suggested by Love. The clients address shows
up in all tickets -- both before and after a failed login. As I
wrote I do believe I've done my homework; DNS works, no strange
networking (two machines on the same switch, and in the same broadcast
domain are both KDC and resolv server...)
One idea though: I do have IPv6 enabled (as in v6-aware stacks and
autoconfig enabled, but no other infrastructure support) on both
hosts. Could it be that this interferes even though all on-the-wire
communication is done over v4 (sniffed and checked, yup), perhaps
as in garbled responses to gethostbyname() or similar?
Måns Nilsson Systems Specialist
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