On Thu, 2014-06-05 at 18:13 +0000, Lindblom, Brian R. wrote:
> I've been doing a bit of reading on integrating securid w/ ipa and am
> coming up a little short.  Up-stream MIT kerberos has some mention of
> supporting it:
> http://k5wiki.kerberos.org/wiki/Projects/SecurID_SAM_support
> But I'm not sure if or how that translates to IPA support.  Some clever
> pam rules could certainly be shoehorned-in as a sort of RSA "pre-auth"
> layer before getting into the krb5/sss bits, but that seems hackish at
> best.  There was something on this mailing list talking about AuthHub
> support, circa 2012, but neither the topic or the AuthHub git repository
> seem to have been touched since.
> So, long story short, is this on the roadmap, an existing feature, a
> hidden feature, or has it been done before?  Any insight would be
> greatly appreciated!  I dearly miss my IPA setup from my previous gig,
> but a hard-n-fast securid requirement makes it difficult to offer up as
> a solution here without more info on how they can cooperate.

IPA 4.0 will come out with integrated OTP support. To use an external
provider you will need to configure a radius server to which PIN+Code
will be sent for verification.

This is the project page: http://www.freeipa.org/page/V3/OTP


Simo Sorce * Red Hat, Inc * New York

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