[squid-users] Problem with HAProxy + Squid 4.11 + Kerberos authentication
brett.lymn at baesystems.com
Fri Jul 24 00:23:03 UTC 2020
On Thu, Jul 23, 2020 at 06:07:39PM +0200, Klaus Brandl wrote:
> But if anyone knows a solution, i will spread my ears :)
What we do is:
1) create a user account in AD that will be used for the HA front end,
set a password and export the keytab for this user
2) Use ktadmin to import the keytab entries for the user created in step
1 into the keytab for squid on the squid servers.
3) Set a SPN (setspn) in AD that maps HTTP://ha.fqdn.address to the user
created in 1
The SPN (service principal name) tells kerberos to use the user details
set up in step 1 to authenticate http requests. This works for us, has
been for years.
One thing, if you want to know the IP addresses of your clients in the
squid logs you will need to do some extra stuff because all accesses
will appear to come from the HA loadbalancer. We have configured our
load balancers to insert the X-Forwarded-For header into the http
traffic and then modified the logging to log both the loadblancer and
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