Linksys WRT54G - DD-WRT - Wireless Auth
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Thu Feb 15 12:25:26 CET 2007
What I'll probably have a go at will be attempting to authenticate it
against Samba if possible, not looked into how it works yet, but I'm
On 15/02/07, Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com> wrote:
> Richard Hamilton-Frost wrote:
> > What I want:
> > To be able to authenticate wireless users via the /etc/passwd and
> > /etc/shadow files. I've setup the WRT54GL to talk to the Radius
> > server, this all seems fine and dandy. The WRT54GL is using WPA TKIP,
> > it has the option of WPA AES too, and WPA AES+TKIP, neither seem to
> > work.. here is the output I get when trying to authenticate a user:
> > rlm_eap_md5: Issuing Challenge
> Passwords in /etc/shadow are hashed via the "crypt" method, or one
> similar to that. It is impossible to do EAP-MD5 and authenticate users
> via passwords in /etc/shadow.
> If you're going to use EAP, you MUST have the clear-text password for
> the user.
> Alan DeKok.
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