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negotiate_kerberos_auth(8)				      System Manager's Manual					negotiate_kerberos_auth(8)

negotiate_kerberos_auth - Squid kerberos based authentication helper Version 3.0.4sq SYNOPSIS
negotiate_kerberos_auth [-h] [-d] [-i] [-r] [-s Service-Principal-Name] DESCRIPTION
negotiate_kerberos_auth is an installed binary and allows Squid to authenticate users via the Negotiate protocol and Kerberos. OPTIONS
-h Display the binary help and command line syntax info using stderr. -d Write debug messages to stderr. -i Write informational messages to stderr. -r Remove realm from username before returning the username to squid. -s Service-Principal-name Provide Service Principal Name. CONFIGURATION
This helper is intended to be used as an authentication helper in squid.conf. auth_param negotiate program /path/to/negotiate_kerberos_auth auth_param negotiate children 10 auth_param negotiate keep_alive on NOTE: The following squid startup file modification may be required: Add the following lines to the squid startup script to point squid to a keytab file which contains the HTTP/fqdn service principal for the default Kerberos domain. The fqdn must be the proxy name set in IE or firefox. You can not use an IP address. KRB5_KTNAME=/etc/squid/HTTP.keytab export KRB5_KTNAME If you use a different Kerberos domain than the machine itself is in you can point squid to the seperate Kerberos config file by setting the following environmnet variable in the startup script. KRB5_CONFIG=/etc/krb5-squid.conf export KRB5_CONFIG Kerberos can keep a replay cache to detect the reuse of Kerberos tickets (usually only possible in a 5 minute window) . If squid is under high load with Negotiate(Kerberos) proxy authentication requests the replay cache checks can create high CPU load. If the environment does not require high security the replay cache check can be disabled for MIT based Kerberos implementations by adding the following to the startup script KRB5RCACHETYPE=none export KRB5RCACHETYPE If negotiate_kerberos_auth doesn't determine for some reason the right service principal you can provide it with -s HTTP/fqdn. If you serve multiple Kerberos realms add a HTTP/fqdn@REALM service principal per realm to the HTTP.keytab file and use the -s GSS_C_NO_NAME option with negotiate_kerberos_auth. AUTHOR
This program was written by Markus Moeller <> This manual was written by Markus Moeller <> COPYRIGHT
This program and documentation is copyright to the authors named above. Distributed under the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL) version 2 or later (GPLv2+). QUESTIONS
Questions on the usage of this program can be sent to the Squid Users mailing list <> REPORTING BUGS
Bug reports need to be made in English. See for details of what you need to include with your bug report. Report bugs or bug fixes using Report serious security bugs to Squid Bugs <> Report ideas for new improvements to the Squid Developers mailing list <> SEE ALSO
squid(8) ext_kerberos_ldap_group_acl(8) RFC4559 - SPNEGO-based Kerberos and NTLM HTTP Authentication in Microsoft Windows, RFC2478 - The Simple and Protected GSS-API Negotiation Mechanism, RFC1964 - The Kerberos Version 5 GSS-API Mechanism, The Squid FAQ wiki The Squid Configuration Manual negotiate_kerberos_auth(8)
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