>From where I can get steps to implement the TXT records method if I want to

do it.

Javier Palacios-2 wrote:
>
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 9:49 AM, Abhishek Chowdhury
> wrote:
>>
>> I am using kerberos v5 version
>> Following is the domain realm section of my kerberos configuration file
>>
>> [domain_realm]
>> abhi.com = AS.ABHI.COM
>> .abhi.com = AS.ABHI.COM
>>
>> abhi-amit.abhi.com = AMIT.ABHI.COM
>> as.abhi.com = AMIT.ABHI.COM
>>
>> Now in the realm AMIT.ABHI.COM I have around 400 entries(servics).If I go
>> through the method above then I have to enter the 400 entries separately
>> for
>> the services in AMIT.ABHI.COM. Also I cannot write abhi.com =
>> AMIT.ABHI.COM
>> or .abhi.com=AMIT.ABHI.COM because it is already used for AS.ABHI.COM.
>>
>> So is there any workaround for this problem.
>> Changing of DNS name is also not possible.
>> Any pointers in this regard will be very helpful.

>
> Not completelly sure, but I believe that the TXT records allow you to do
> that
>
> Javier Palacios
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