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rpc_gss_set_defaults(3) [freebsd man page]

RPC_GSS_SET_DEFAULTS(3) 				   BSD Library Functions Manual 				   RPC_GSS_SET_DEFAULTS(3)

rpc_gss_set_defaults -- set service and quality of protection LIBRARY
RPC GSS-API Authentication Library (librpcsec_gss, -lrpcsec_gss) SYNOPSIS
#include <rpc/rpcsec_gss.h> bool_t rpc_gss_set_defaults(AUTH *auth, rpc_gss_service_t service, const char *qop); DESCRIPTION
Set the service and quality of protection to be used for RPC requests. The new values apply for the rest of the lifetime of the context (unless changed again with this function). PARAMETERS
service The service type to use for subsequent RPC requests qop The quality of protection to use or NULL for the default RETURN VALUES
Returns TRUE if the values were set SEE ALSO
gssapi(3), rpc(3), rpcset_gss(3) HISTORY
The rpc_gss_set_defaults function first appeared in FreeBSD 8.0. AUTHORS
This manual page was written by Doug Rabson <>. BSD
January 26, 2010 BSD

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RPC_GSS_SECCREATE(3)					   BSD Library Functions Manual 				      RPC_GSS_SECCREATE(3)

rpc_gss_seccreate -- create a security context using the RPCSEC_GSS protocol LIBRARY
RPC GSS-API Authentication Library (librpcsec_gss, -lrpcsec_gss) SYNOPSIS
#include <rpc/rpcsec_gss.h> AUTH * rpc_gss_seccreate(CLIENT *clnt, const char *principal, const char *mechanism, rpc_gss_service_t service, const char *qop, rpc_gss_options_req_t *options_req, rpc_gss_options_ret_t *options_ret); DESCRIPTION
This function is used to establish a security context between an application and a remote peer using the RPSEC_GSS protocol. PARAMETERS
clnt An RPC handle which is connected to the remote peer principal The name of the service principal on the remote peer. For instance, a principal such as "" might be used by an application which needs to contact an NFS server mechanism The desired mechanism for this security context. The value of mechanism should be the name of one of the security mechanisms listed in /etc/gss/mech. service Type of service requested. rpc_gss_svc_default The default - typically the same as rpc_gss_svc_none. rpc_gss_svc_none RPC headers only are integrity protected by a checksum. rpc_gss_svc_integrity RPC headers and data are integrity protected by a checksum. rpc_gss_svc_privacy RPC headers are integrity protected by a checksum and data is encrypted. qop Desired quality of protection or NULL for the default. Available values are listed in /etc/gss/qop options_req Extra security context options to be passed to the underlying GSS-API mechanism. Pass NULL to supply default values. options_ret Various values returned by the underlying GSS-API mechanism. Pass NULL if these values are not required. RETURN VALUES
If the security context was created successfully, a pointer to an AUTH structure that represents the context is returned. To use this secu- rity context for subsequent RPC calls, set clnt->cl_auth to this value. SEE ALSO
gssapi(3), rpc(3), rpcset_gss(3), mech(5), qop(5) HISTORY
The rpc_gss_seccreate function first appeared in FreeBSD 8.0. AUTHORS
This manual page was written by Doug Rabson <>. BSD
January 26, 2010 BSD
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