- Postgresql, iptables, java - all will be installed (see note below if you are using postgres 9.3 on Ubuntu 14.04
- 12+ gigs of hard drive space.
- 1 gig of RAM
- 2 Ethernet connections
- Moderate CPU required
Doing the work
- Download and install the deb. You will see some errors from this command. Don't worry.
- Install dependencies:
sudo apt-get install postgresql postgresql-common openjdk-6-jdk openjdk-6-jre openssl libwww-perl sudo locate mlocate ntpdate
- Set up the WiKID server. The WiKID token clients communicate with the WiKID via port 80 (https is not needed because the PINs and OTPs are asymmetrically encrypted, so you will need a routable IP address. If you are just testing, then just make sure that the PC running the client can get to the server.
- Once setup, start the server
- Go to https:///WiKIDAdmin/ to complete the set up. From here, you can follow the standard documentation. If you like short docs, :
sudo dpkg -i wikid-server-xxx.deb sudo dpkg -i wikid-utilities_x,x,x,x.deb
sudo apt-get -f install
sudo /opt/WiKID/bin/wikidctl setupThe script will pick up your existing network settings, walk you through them and create an SSL cert for the WiKIDAdmin web UI. It is not the same as the Intermediate CA created later.
Note: For postgresql 9.3 which comes with Ubuntu 14.04, you will need to edit /etc/postgresql/9.3/main/pg_hba.conf to allow local connections without a password. Change the md5 to trust on the two localhost lines:
# IPv4 local connections:
host all all 127.0.0.1/32 trust
# IPv6 local connections:
host all all ::1/128 trust
NB: You may see some odd errors from postgres and iptables. It is safe to ignore these errors, assuming you are able to get to the WiKIDAdmin web interface and configure the server.
You may need to install theto avoid the "Illegal Key Size error".
The WiKID token clients require port 80. You can use NAT, but it needs to be routable for the token clients. The following services may only need internal access based on your needs:
- The WiKIDAdmin uses 443.
- wAuth uses 8388
- LDAP uses 10389
- TACACS+ uses 49
You may run into problems, if you do, come to #wikid irc.freenode.net