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       sasl-sample-server   —   Sample   server   program  for  demonstrating  and  testing  SASL


       sasl-sample-server  [-b  min=N,max=N]   [-e  ssf=N,id=ID]   [-m  MECH]   [-f  FLAGS]   [-i
       local=IP,remote=IP]  [-p PATH]  [-d DOM]  [-u DOM]  [-s NAME]  [-l]


       This manual page documents briefly the sasl-sample-server command.

       This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does
       not have a manual page.

       sasl-sample-server is a program to demonstrate and test SASL authentication. It implements
       the server part, and the client part is available as sasl-sample-client.


       A summary of options is included below.

       -b        Number of bits to use for encryption.

                 min=N     minimum number of bits to use (1 => integrity)

                 max=N     maximum number of bits to use

       -e        Assume external encryption.

                 ssf=N     external mech provides N bits of encryption

                 id=ID     external mech provides authentication id ID

       -m        Force use of MECH for security.

       -f        Set security flags.

                 noplain   require security vs. passive attacks

                 noactive  require security vs. active attacks

                 nodict    require security vs. passive dictionary attacks

                           require forward secrecy

                 maximum   require all security flags

                 passcred  attempt to pass client credentials

       -i        Set IP addresses (required by some mechs).

                           set local address to IP, port PORT

                           set remote address to IP, port PORT

       -p        Colon-separated search path for mechanisms.

       -s        Service name passed to mechanisms.

       -d        Local server domain.

       -u        User domain.

       -l        Enable server-send-last.


       This  manual  page  was written by Fabian Fagerholm for the Debian system
       (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to redistribute  it  and/or  modify  it
       under  the  terms  of  the  GNU  General  Public License as published by the Free Software
       Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.