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Date:      Thu, 20 Jun 2013 13:22:13 +0430
From:      takCoder <tak.official@gmail.com>
To:        FreeBSD Questions <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Telnet SRA login related issue
Message-ID:  <CAPkyVLzsCJkScSic8YnckYG4vkhioYh0me56ZRCY9b7izUAciQ@mail.gmail.com>

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Hi all,

My question may sound dummish, excuse me, but would you please tell when
exactly is telnet sra authentication involved??

For example, is it possible to telnet to a Freebsd  machine via a Win node
and set the connection to use SRA? or this is something in Freebsd world?

As i see, when I telnet to my Freebsd machine from another Freebsd machine,
SRA authentication get involved, and changes to pam.d/telnetd auth phase
are applied on the session; but when i telnet to my machine from a Win
node, using putty or Windows telnet client or SecureCRT as telnet client,
SRA auth is not involved; pam.d/telnetd changes are not applied and
pam.d/login changes are applied instead (just like when i use -X sra for
telnetd to disable SRA and it uses system login).
As i checked, for example "putty" doesn't have any config to use sra..

It would be really kind of you to let me know what is exactly happening
here.. Thank you..

Best Regards,
takCoder



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