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GSSAPI::OID(3)		       User Contributed Perl Documentation		   GSSAPI::OID(3)

NAME
       GSSAPI::OID - methods for handling GSSAPI OIDs and some constant OIDs

SYNOPSIS
	 use GSSAPI;

	 #$oid = GSSAPI::OID->new;	       # rarely needed or wanted

	 $status = GSSAPI::OID->from_str($oid, "{ 1 2 840 113554 1 2 1 1 }");
	 #
	 # only supported on MIT Kerberos
	 #

	 $status = $oid->to_str($str);
	 #
	 # only supported on MIT Kerberos
	 #

	 $status = $oid->inquire_names($oidset);

	 # Constant OIDs provided:
	 $oid = gss_nt_user_name;
	 $oid = gss_nt_machine_uid_name;
	 $oid = gss_nt_string_uid_name;
	 $oid = gss_nt_service_name;
	 $oid = gss_nt_exported_name;
	 $oid = gss_nt_service_name_v2;
	 $oid = gss_nt_krb5_name;
	 $oid = gss_nt_krb5_principal;
	 $oid = gss_mech_krb5;
	 $oid = gss_mech_krb5_old;
	 $oid = gss_mech_krb5_v2;

	 $oid = gss_mech_spnego;

	 # if your GSSAPI implementation supports
	 # SPNEGO (Heimdal 0.7 for example
	 # you can  use mechtype OID::gss_mech_spnego.
	 #
	 # use GSSAPI::indicate_mechs( $oidset );
	 # to get the of mechtypes your implementation supports

	 $oid = gss_nt_hostbased_service; # GSS_C_NT_HOSTBASED_SERVICE

DESCRIPTION
       "GSSAPI::OID" objects are used as unique indentifiers/constants for 'mechanisisms' -- the
       particular protocol and version being used -- and for the encodings used to represent
       names.  In many cases you can request the default mechanism or encoding for the
       implmentation by using GSS_C_NO_OID.  Check the description of the routine in rfc2743 if
       you're not sure.

AUTHOR
       maintained by Achim Grolms <perl@grolmsnet.de>

       originally written by Philip Guenther <pguen@cpan.org>

SEE ALSO
       perl(1) GSSAPI(3p) GSSAPI::OID::Set(3p) RFC2743

perl v5.16.3				    2008-02-02				   GSSAPI::OID(3)
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