anonymous authentication for transport

#1

I searched the crossbar code and found this authentication method “anonymous”:

{

	"type" : "rawsocket",

	"debug" : true,

	"serializer" : "json",

	"endpoint" : {

		"type" : "tcp",

		"port" : 8888,

		"interface" : "127.0.0.1"

	},

	"auth" : {

		"anonymous" : {

			"role" : "backend"

		}

	}

},

It happens to be exactly what I was looking for. Perhaps “anonymous” auth can be added to the documentation:

http://crossbar.io/docs/Authentication/

– Dante

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#2

Yes, it should be in the docs. Could you file an issue or - even better - add text to the respective Wiki page on the Crossbar.io repo for the parts where you are sure you know about? The docs on the website are directly generated from the Wiki …

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Am 20.01.2015 09:43 schrieb “Dante Lorenso” da...@lorenso.com:

I searched the crossbar code and found this authentication method “anonymous”:

{

  "type" : "rawsocket",
  "debug" : true,
  "serializer" : "json",
  "endpoint" : {
  	"type" : "tcp",
  	"port" : 8888,
  	"interface" : "127.0.0.1"
  },
  "auth" : {
  	"anonymous" : {
  		"role" : "backend"
  	}
  }

},

It happens to be exactly what I was looking for. Perhaps “anonymous” auth can be added to the documentation:

http://crossbar.io/docs/Authentication/

– Dante

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