OpenSSH and KerbV

Phil Dibowitz phil at
Fri May 16 11:40:32 EST 2003

On Fri, May 16, 2003 at 02:23:42AM +0100, Simon Wilkinson wrote:
> The Kerberos V support that ships with current OpenSSH versions is only
> for ssh protocol 1. You can use this by forcing your connection to use
> protocol version 1 with the '-1' flag.
> If you want Kerberos V support for protocol version 2, then you need
> the patches available from


> This is a hang over from the days when 'Kerberos' meant Kerberos IV.
> Kerberos V can do ticket forwarding without AFS. Both the bundled stuff,
> and my patches support ticket forwarding.

Hrm, really? I loose my tickets when I SSH from one host to the next.
Is this also only an ssh1 thing?

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