[radius] Freeradius/MySql problem

Radius radius at kingmanaz.net
Mon Jul 4 20:05:09 CEST 2005

Some log in errors

 >>>>Warning:  Found 2 auth-types on request for user 'rniclh'
Any idea what this is about?
I seem to be getting this on most of the logins. Even the ones that work.

rlm_unix: Attribute "User-Password" is required for authentication.  
Cannot use "CHAP-Password".
Login incorrect: [rniclh/<CHAP-Password>] (from client usa1 port 228 cli 
rad_recv: Access-Request packet from host, id=50, 
        User-Name = "rniclh at surftheusa.com"
 >>>>        CHAP-Password = 0x014d582cee62362d9063da8b99c2f83c94
Why is it coming through like this?

        NAS-IP-Address =
        NAS-Port = 228
        Service-Type = Framed-User
        Framed-Protocol = PPP
        Ascend-Data-Rate = 31200
        Ascend-Calling-Id-Type-Of-Num = Unknown
        Ascend-Calling-Id-Number-Plan = Unknown
        Ascend-Xmit-Rate = 46667
        Called-Station-Id = "5208294055"
        Calling-Station-Id = "5208778389"
        NAS-Identifier = "nas8.tcs1.Level3.net"
        Acct-Session-Id = "436987031"
        NAS-Port-Type = Async
        Ascend-NAS-Port-Format = 2_4_5_5
        Attr-102 = 0x6c33
  rlm_chap: Setting 'Auth-Type := CHAP'

 >>>>> Warning:  Found 2 auth-types on request for user 'rniclh'

But when I do it from another system and radtest it seems to work.

rad_recv: Access-Request packet from host, id=228, 
        User-Name = "rniclh at surftheusa.com"
        User-Password = "deleted"
        NAS-IP-Address =
        NAS-Port = 500
rlm_sql (sql): Reserving sql socket id: 4

Alan DeKok wrote:

>Radius <radius at kingmanaz.net> wrote:
>>I re-ran the install as you said below.
>>I think it's working, I just have to get used to adding /opt/freeradius 
>>in the command lines.
>>Been watching with the radiusd -x and can even run a radtest
>  Exactly.  The problem, as evidenced by your multiple recent emails,
>is that you weren't sure what you had done, or what you were doing.
>As a result, your progress was less than speedy.
>  In general, you NEVER upgrade production servers until you've
>upgraded your testing server, and validated the configuration.
>  You do have a testing server, don't you?  Or do you always make
>updates to your live config, and hope it doesn't break anything?
>>But now I'm back to the original problem to deny anything with UPPER 
>>CASE letters to
>>prevent double billing by our provider.
>  A recent post explained how to fix this.  I suggest going back, and
>reading all of the messages in this thread.
>  Alan DeKok.
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