freeradius 2.05 peap and ldap bind?

Tim Tyler tyler at
Thu Jun 12 16:30:04 CEST 2008

Ivan, Alan,
   We now have peap and ttls-pap working.  It turns out you were both 
right.  What tricked us for a long period of time is that we had to 
comment out unix because our testing server had the ldap users on it 
for other testing purposes.  The unix module was thwarting the ldap 
module for ttls-pap.  If this had not been the case, we probably 
would have had ttls - pap working as fast as peap.  In our live 
environment, we don't have end users on the same server so this 
normally wouldn't have been an issue.  Commenting out unix allowed 
ttls-pap to work properly.

At 12:56 PM 6/11/2008, Ivan Kalik wrote:
> >   We just installed freeradius 2.05 on a Centos 5 system.  We got
> >PEAP working rather quickly against our ldap server against LM/NT
> >passwords.  We would also like to allow clients using Securew2
> >supplicants configured for TTLS -PAP connections against (crypt and
> >SSHA) passwords stored in our ldap database.
>You have done it. If PEAP works, so will EAP-TTLS/PAP.
>Ivan Kalik
>Kalik Informatika ISP
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Tim Tyler
Network Engineer - Beloit College
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