AW: Basic usage: What do I do next to get this to work?
s4ndm4n at gmx.de
Wed Oct 31 11:11:52 CET 2007
I'm new to RADIUS, too...and I'm trying do get this work the same way. I set
up a WLAN and a RADIUS Server with a MySQL Database and a user
authentication by username and password. I want to use PEAP (MSCHAPv2) and I
read about a server certificate to install on my client computer to get it
work? Of course, I could be wrong ;). But when I just do this:
"Simplest thing for your users with Win XP/Vista would be PEAP. Setup is the
same for wired and wireless. Connection/Properties/click on Authentication
tab/tick enable 802.1x box/select PEAP from the box/click on Properties
button/" and use MSCHAPv2 on configure button it does not work.
So I tried to create a certificate and import it - still doesn't work -
think the cause is me and my missing experience with Radius. ;)
What do you think?
Von: freeradius-users-bounces at lists.freeradius.org
[mailto:freeradius-users-bounces at lists.freeradius.org] Im Auftrag von
tnt at kalik.co.yu
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 31. Oktober 2007 04:45
An: FreeRadius users mailing list
Betreff: Re: Basic usage: What do I do next to get this to work?
PS. Time to go to bed.
Clear the "Automatically use Windows logon blah, blah" box.
Confirm everything and you are done.
Kalik Informatika ISP
Dana 31/10/2007, "Doc. Caliban" <doc.caliban at gmail.com> piše:
>tnt at kalik.co.yu wrote:
>> Hm, don't know much about IPCop but I would have some doubts about it
>> authenticating wired users on a local network.
>IPCop is actually pretty good for this as it uses one of it's interfaces
>for wireless access based on granting each node specific access by MAC,
>but it can be any network node, it doesn't have to be a wireless device.
>All of our public workstations are on this interface so the machines are
>verified at the proxy. Now I just need to get the RADIUS piece in place
>to validate the users. IPCop can require RADIUS authentication on top
>of the MAC filter. It sounds good on paper, I just need to find the
>easiest way possible for my users to deal with the RADIUS piece of the
>> You are on the right track with wireless.
>That's good to hear. Again, I just need to find the simplest
>implementation possible for starters.
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