[ntp:hackers] Weekend

David L. Mills mills at udel.edu
Thu Oct 14 20:05:31 PDT 2004


Danny,

The baldwin is using symmetric keys. Pogo's keys are in /usr/local/etc, 
but baldwin can't read them as root. News to me. I put baldwin's keys in 
/etc and now it works.

Dave

Danny Mayer wrote:

> Dave,
>         I found and fixed the problem. I had ged way the broadcast code
> worked. It is now receiving packets properly. I'll commit the fix in a 
> few minutes.
>
> However, on baldwin it is not authenticating. See below. I expected to 
> see baldwin
> send a session_key to the server but it doesn't happen so it doesn't 
> authenticate.
> Can you look at this part? Where does this happen? I just copied a few
> lines for you to see.

Danny

>
> receive: at 6 128.4.1.24<-210.243.239.23 flags 39 restrict 004
> receive: at 6 128.4.1.24<-210.243.239.23 mode 1 code 4
> receive: at 16 128.4.1.24<-128.4.1.1 flags 39 restrict 000
> receive: at 16 128.4.1.24<-128.4.1.1 mode 5 code 5 keyid 00000005 len 
> 48 mac 20
> auth 0
> receive: at 35 128.4.1.24<-194.90.59.7 flags 39 restrict 004
> receive: at 35 128.4.1.24<-194.90.59.7 mode 3 code 2
> receive: at 41 128.4.1.24<-128.4.1.20 flags 39 restrict 000
> receive: at 41 128.4.1.24<-128.4.1.20 mode 5 code 5 keyid 00000005 len 
> 48 mac 20
>  auth 0
> receive: at 44 128.4.1.24<-210.68.141.14 flags 39 restrict 004
> receive: at 44 128.4.1.24<-210.68.141.14 mode 1 code 4
> auth_agekeys: at 60 keys 4 expired 0
> receive: at 82 128.4.1.24<-128.4.1.1 flags 39 restrict 000
> receive: at 82 128.4.1.24<-128.4.1.1 mode 5 code 5 keyid 00000005 len 
> 48 mac 20
> auth 0
> receive: at 99 128.4.1.24<-194.90.59.7 flags 39 restrict 004
> receive: at 99 128.4.1.24<-194.90.59.7 mode 3 code 2
> receive: at 106 128.4.1.24<-128.4.1.20 flags 39 restrict 000
> receive: at 106 128.4.1.24<-128.4.1.20 mode 5 code 5 keyid 00000005 
> len 48 mac 2
> 0 auth 0
>
>
> At 12:03 PM 10/11/2004, David L. Mills wrote:
>
>> Danny,
>>
>> Well, it really and truly was working. I think the version now in 
>> /backroom/ntp-sim is the one that works for me. I'm on campus now and 
>> the ISDN line to the backroom is out again. I'll see what I can do 
>> later today.
>>
>> Dave
>




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