Client-Friendly Cross-Realm Model for Kerberos 5
draft-kamada-krb-client-friendly-cross-03

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Authors Ken'ichi Kamada  , Shoichi Sakane 
Last updated 2007-11-16
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Abstract

This document proposes a cross-realm traversal model, which is suitable for resource-limited clients, for Kerberos Version 5. This model relieves the clients of the traversal cost by two means. One moves the cost of consecutive Ticket-Granting Service (TGS) exchanges from clients to Key Distribution Centers (KDCs). The other reduces the traversal cost itself by generating a direct inter-realm relationship between two realms. The document describes behavior of clients and KDCs, but does not specify any wire format, which need to be specified separately.

Authors

Ken'ichi Kamada (Ken-ichi.Kamada@jp.yokogawa.com)
Shoichi Sakane (Shouichi.Sakane@jp.yokogawa.com)

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