802.1x and LDAP
cian at cca.edu
Fri Aug 19 19:54:19 CEST 2005
I should have mentioned the pages I have already tried to follow.
With each of these I still have the problem where the Access-Request
packet doesn't contain a User-Password attribute. I am guessing that
there is something very fundamental that I am not understanding..
like "there isn't supposed to be a User-Password attribute coming
from the AP" but if that's the case then I really don't understand
how we authenticate against the LDAP directory without a password.
I have tried a bunch of different "how-to's" and haven't had any
success.. if someone could say they were certain that one of them
worked that in itself would be a great deal of help.
I guess I should also mention that I have searched the list for
"rlm_ldap: Attribute "User-Password" is required for authentication."
and some other permutations of that string but didn't find anything
that seemed especially conclusive or applicable.. The problem is that
I'm not sure I would know if I saw it.
Again my apologies for trying to get up to speed in a couple of
hours.. and many thanks for attempting to help me find a solution.
Director Network & Systems
California College of the Arts
Phone: (510) 594-3745
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email: cian at cca.edu
On Aug 19, 2005, at 10:30 AM, Thor Spruyt wrote:
> Cian Phillips wrote:
>> Many of the settings are the default. The settings I have changed
>> have been from several online tutorials none of which talked about
>> both 802.1x and LDAP.
> Seems to me you didn't search well enough...
> Groeten, Regards, Salutations,
> Thor Spruyt
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