Kerberos terminology includes ticket-granting tickets, ticket-granting services, authentication service, and principles.
- [Instructor] Kerberos is a rather…complex authentication system,…but we're going to do a quick overview…just to cover some terms and get an idea how it works.…If you want to know more in-depth information…about how it works,…you might want to check out kerberos.org for more information.…In Kerberos, we have a Key Distribution Center database…that holds principles and encryption key data.…I'll get to principles in a moment.…The Key Distribution Center database runs…on the Key Distribution Center server.…This host is a central server…that runs the Authentication Service…and the Ticket Granting Service.…
A principle, as I mentioned earlier, is a verified client.…The realm is the administrative area…of a Key Distribution Center.…The Ticket Granting Ticket…is the initial ticket requested by the client.…The Ticket Granting Service is a service running…on the Key Distribution Center to issue tickets.…To authenticate, a client contacts…the Authentication Service running…on the Key Distribution Center.…The Authentication Service produces…
- Network Time Services (NTP)
- How NTP works for authentication
- Configuring the chrony server and chrony client
- Setting up an LDAP server and LDAP client
- Creating a Kerberos database
- Configuring Kerberos client authentication
Skill Level Intermediate
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Linux System Engineer: Networking and SSHwith Grant McWilliams1h 52m Intermediate
1. Network Time Services
2. Setting Up an LDAP Server
3. Setting Up an LDAP Client
4. Authentication Using Kerberos
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