Basic usage: What do I do next to get this to work?
doc.caliban at gmail.com
Tue Oct 30 22:27:37 CET 2007
Hmm... All good info, but it makes me wonder if I'm going about this the
This is my goal:
Wireless users and desktop computers on the same subnet (IPCop Blue, for
those keeping score at home) will need to log in with a user name and
password, which are kept on the MySQL server.
I want this to be as easy as possible for as many people as possible. I
came up with my client settings by going with the defaults. I would
like to use whatever is easiest for the users to implement.
I really appreciate you time, Thank you.
Alan DeKok wrote:
> Doc. Caliban wrote:
>> I hate to ask this, but I'm running out of time on this project and I'm
>> completely new to RADIUS. I would be really happy if someone could just
>> point me to a detailed HOW TO for what I need.
> You need EAP-TLS to do PEAP.
>> I have freeRADIUS set up with an external MySQL user database and it's
>> successfully authorizing requests from NTRadPing.
> Which helps, but isn't enough. Wireless uses a LOT more technologies
> than just basic RADIUS.
>> So far I'm not having any luck, and I don't mind saying that I'm a
>> little over my head at this point. Someone familiar with this will
>> probably see glaring problems.
> The debug output tries to be helpful. Honest.
>> Access Point:
>> D-Link DWL-7100AP (Ciscos coming in January)
>> Client Laptop:
>> WPA Enterprise
>> PEAP (Other options: EAP-SIM, TLS, TTLS, LEAP, EAP-FAST)
> So... that should be an indication that you need PEAP.
>> I set up an AP to use RADIUS, and the requests get through to the RADIUS
>> server, but they always fail. Posted below is the debug output from the
>> failed attempt.
>>> rlm_eap: EAP-NAK asked for EAP-Type/peap
>>> rlm_eap: No such EAP type peap
> You say that the clients will do PEAP, but you haven't configured PEAP
> in the server.
> Alan DeKok.
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