[9fans] Multi-Domain-Authentication

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Christoph Lohmann

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Jun 7, 2005, 10:28:02 AM6/7/05
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Good day.

There were some rumours on IRC about a solution for Multi-Domain-Auth-
entication. Here it is: http://www.r-36.net/multidomauth.tgz [0]. The
Readme there describes in short way how it can be configured. A running
example is at desax-plan9.ath.cx (My home CPUsrv), which can authenticate
every user who has an account on 9grid.de. You can login there as
us...@9grid.de and the password from 9grid.de.

The short model:
In the authentication ticket is one part signed with the users
private key, which now does "gridsrv" on the trusted other grid-
node.

Sincerely,

Christoph

[0] If it is not available, that could happen because of a IP change, use
http://www.9grid.de/~Chrissi/multidomauth.tgz

ari...@ar.aichi-u.ac.jp

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Jun 9, 2005, 5:35:41 PM6/9/05
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Hello,


> There were some rumours on IRC about a solution for Multi-Domain-Auth-
> entication. Here it is: http://www.r-36.net/multidomauth.tgz [0]. The
> Readme there describes in short way how it can be configured. A running
> example is at desax-plan9.ath.cx (My home CPUsrv), which can
> authenticate
> every user who has an account on 9grid.de. You can login there as
> us...@9grid.de and the password from 9grid.de.
>
> The short model:
> In the authentication ticket is one part signed with the users
> private key, which now does "gridsrv" on the trusted other grid-
> node.
>

I wander what happens if alice login as
alice
NOT
alice@9grid

alice can login?
if yes, what't the user name on cpu server?

Kenji Arisawa

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