Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video Kerberos/EAP, part of CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work.
- Authentication really got started with PPP…and the many variations of PPP…that have evolved over the years.…However, PPP was really kind of a…reactionary type of authentication designed for…dial-up type connections, remote connections.…And while it worked fine in that way,…we really needed something completely different…for wired, local area networks.…So I've got a bunch of computers together…and they're all wired with ethernet.…We have a lot of efficiencies,…in terms of speed of network and things like that,…that a better - I don't necessarily want to say better,…but a different form of authentication…can really take advantage of that.…
And that's where "Kerberos" comes into play.…"Kerberos" is designed to do authentication…for local area networks.…Now, it can do more than that, but that's its claim to fame.…Kerberos works completely different from…any of the PPP concepts that we've seen in other episodes.…So we really need to talk about Kerberos in some detail.…So let's go ahead and get started.…In order to appreciate how Kerberos works,…
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