Freeradius in an AD environment on opensuse server
Murray, Elizabeth [DNR]
Elizabeth.Murray at dnr.iowa.gov
Thu Aug 14 16:02:26 CEST 2008
Thanks. Glad I didn't get this last night or I wouldn't have slept!!!
I will have multiple access points spread across a large geographic area that will authenticate to a series of Radius servers located in the internal network. Any other suggestions would be appreciated. I've got most of this in my head so I need to do some writing. I'm here for 2 days then vacation. I almost don't want to go because this has been such a frustrating task for me.
Thanks again. Any more ideas would be appreciated.
From: freeradius-users-bounces+elizabeth.murray=dnr.iowa.gov at lists.freeradius.org [mailto:freeradius-users-bounces+elizabeth.murray=dnr.iowa.gov at lists.freeradius.org] On Behalf Of Maurizio Cimaschi
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Subject: Re: Freeradius in an AD environment on opensuse server
Murray, Elizabeth [DNR] wrote:
> We’ve moved from a Novell eDirectory solution to . . . . Active Directory.
I'm not an AD expert, but they say (
) that AD is accessible using the LDAPv3 protocol; so it should be
possible to use it like any other LDAP server.
> Can I set up freeradius to authenticate with ldaps and be secure?
What do you mean with "to be secure" ?
Do you mean the connection between the radius server and the AD ?
Are you familiar with the SCHEMAs used in AD (I'm not, by the way) ?
Have you already planned the access rules that you will need on the AD
to complete the authentication/authorization procedure ?
(These are questions intented for yourself, in the first place).
> ldap would be Microsoft and is on my domain controller. I have
> websites using the ldap process but OR do I have to do that samba thing?
First of all, I think that you should take a moment to put down the
architecture that you're working with (just to have a complete picture),
your goals and the expertise that is available to you and/or your
collegues/organization. Then, you can start planning your setup.
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