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comment slow DHCP leasing
are you connecting to wireless network or wired?
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comment Is there an alternative to cgi/fastcgi
Thanks, this helps. I just do not want endup doing something which is too outdated.
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comment Is there an alternative to cgi/fastcgi
I am looking for fastcgi with C
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comment Is there an alternative to cgi/fastcgi
There is no disadvantage as such, i am exploring it and i do not have any experience with cgi. Was trying to figure out what else is available for use.
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asked Is there an alternative to cgi/fastcgi
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comment Kerberos Authentication for Webservers
For kerberos (basically Negotiate), there are two http headers used, WWW-Authenticate and Authorization. I have not used squid, but i assume squid should understand this header.
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comment Kerberos Authentication for Webservers
looks like, squid server has a kerberos support, wiki.squid-cache.org/ConfigExamples/Authenticate/Kerberos I havent used this though.
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comment Kerberos Authentication for Webservers
Just to clarify, hear permanent connection means connection required only when authentication happens but not all the time. Server needs a single initial connection means, you will extract the keytab for your service principal and keep it in your server where application is running. For protocol transision, your client and service needs to contact kerberos. I do not see a need for a protocol transition here. Its used if service1 has to access service2 on behalf of the user.
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answered Cross Forest Delegation
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comment kerberos instead of http over ssl
Probably I was looking for something like this tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-tls-kerb-cipher-suites-00 . But I guess this did not go well beyond a draft. I will stick with existing methods. Thanks.
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