Reference9:General/Kerberos

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On this page the Kerberos server of the device is managed.

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General settings

Password

The password is used to encrypt sensitive information in the database of the server. The password has to be configured before any other settings can be done. In scenarios with LDAP replication the passwords have to be the same on both the master and the slave.

Realm

This is the unique name of the realm of the Kerberos server. The name may contain letters, numbers, points (.) and minus signs (-). Typically names of Kerberos realms don't contain lower-case letters.

LDAP Replication

LDAP replication can be used to setup two redundant Kerberos servers. The replication is configured on the slave device.

Master

The IP address of the master server. The server must be an innovaphone server, too.

Enable

Turns on/off replication.

Users

Name

May contain letters, numbers and minus signs.

Password

User passwords are limited to a length of 15 characters. Remove the password to delete a user.

Authorization

Defines the rights the user has on the devices of the realm.

  • Administrator: do anything
  • Viewer: view settings
  • Join Realm: add devices to the realm, no login

Trusted realms / Cross-realm authentication

Defines trust relationships between the realm of the Kerberos server and remote realms. This means that users from the one realm can be authenticated to services/hosts of the other realm. This is called cross-realm authentication. Realms that trust each other have a shared password.

Name

The Name of the Kerberos realm or Windows domain. May contain letters, numbers and minus signs.

Password

Passwords are limited to a length of 15 characters. Remove the password to delete a trust relationship.

Authorization

Defines the mapping of the rights for users of the remote realm in the local realm.

  • keep: Works only with innovaphone realms. Users of the remote realm have the same rights in the local realm.
  • use domain group: Works only with Windows domains. You can specify a RID of a Windows group of administrators and a group of viewers in the remote domain.
  • Administrator: All users of the remote realm have administrator rights in the local realm.
  • Viewer: All users of the remote realm have viewer rights in the local realm.

Admin Group RIP / Viewer Group RID

These settings are used if use domain group is selected. You can specify a RID of a Windows group of administrators and a group of viewers in the remote domain. The RID is the last part of the SID of the group. Make sure that the groups do not contain nested groups and that they are configured as Global security group in the Windows domain.

Hosts

This list shows all devices that have joined the realm. Click Del to delete a device from the list.

See also

Reference9:Delegated_Authentication

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