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Kerberos FAQ, v2.0 (last modified 8/18/2000)
Section - 4.4. "Incorrect net address"

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Included in the Kerberos ticket is a list of IP addresses that this ticket
can be used on. If you try to use a Kerberos ticket from a machine who's IP
address is not listed in the ticket, you will get an "Incorrect net
address".

This mostly occurs when using multihomed machines. Question 2.14 explains
the issues associated with using multihomed machines with Kerberos in
greater detail.

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