+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #1066000 +++
Upstream recently got a few patches to fix a SPNEGO iussue:
This issue causes failures as reported, for exaemple here:
Without these patches BIND cannot properly reply to GSS-TSIG requests sent by Windows Clients causing them to fail to perform a signed updayte at all.
This is causing issues to people that have to rebuild BIND to use the internal SPENGO implementation.
These fixes have been indepndently tested on both Fedora 19 and Fedora 20 by two people with a custom build of krb5 libraries (F20 + the patch in the MIT report) and the original BIND packages.
It seems to me that to reproduce this issue requires a quite lot of setup + MS Windows; or is there a simpler way?
But I've noticed that the patch carries also an upstream test modification. Do you think it is suitable to use it to verify this issue?
(In reply to Patrik Kis from comment #5)
> Hi Nalin,
> It seems to me that to reproduce this issue requires a quite lot of setup +
> MS Windows; or is there a simpler way?
In out-of-band conversations with Simo, I gather that there isn't.
> But I've noticed that the patch carries also an upstream test modification.
> Do you think it is suitable to use it to verify this issue?
I was hoping it wouldn't be the sole option, but yes, that test attempts to catch the problems that we're adding fixes for.
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