Re: [KAML] RFC - Federated Authentication Token Translator

Luke Howard <lukeh@padl.com> Fri, 11 November 2011 01:09 UTC

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Cc: 'Fredrick Mtenzi' <Fredrick.Mtenzi@dit.ie>, kaml@ietf.org, paul doyle <paul.doyle@dit.ie>
Subject: Re: [KAML] RFC - Federated Authentication Token Translator
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So, there is no Kerberos cross-realm key between the two organisations? Won't this fail immediately because the first organisation's KDC will not be able to return a referral to the second? How do you plan to intercept this?

-- Luke