Subject: Re: KerberosIV setup instructions?
To: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
From: Bill Studenmund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/15/1997 12:49:30
On Thu, 15 May 1997, Andrew Brown wrote:
> >I don't really care about Kerberos specifically, but I'd like to have some
> >way to telnet to my machine without sending cleartext passwords across
> >the internet, and the telnet clients I use have Kerberos support already.
> use skey? or ssh? i do... :)
I use both (kerberos and ssh) and they each have advantages. Kerberos only
needs one initialization (one server and one shared secret per person &
per machine). If you have lots of folks who want encrypted support, it
scales much better.
ssh does better for just a few machines & users, or machines under
different administrative authorities. Plus it has scp, an encrypted copy
If your telnet clients have kerberos support, are you already part of a
kerberos realm? If so, why not just join it?