Time required: 3 Hours
Create and configure a Kerberos server, client, and test user. Register the client with the KDC server, and authenticate the test user. Due to Kerberos's FQDN requirement, use the following information to update the /etc/hosts file on each server: Server 1 ====== FQDN: kdc-server.mylabserver.com PRIVATE IP: 10.0.0.100 Server 2 ====== FQDN: kerb-client.mylabserver.com PRIVATE IP: 10.0.0.101
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