mituld.modi at gmail.com
Mon Feb 16 13:18:12 CET 2009
I have tried this configuration and it's working fine with radtest but
Ever i am getting session time out value on AP side also but during the
change request time . actually i want the session time out in
is it the normal scenario?
can you help me in this case?
On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 3:23 PM, Will D. Spann <willdspann at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >i have tried this thing but when i am doing so its taking this as a
> default entry and giving error for user name and password
> >i have entered username and cleartext-password in user file.
> Could you post your users file (with any non-testing passwords starred out
> of course)?
> My apologies; let me add a clarification. If your user entries in the
> users file don't have the "Fall-Through = Yes" attribute set, putting the
> DEFAULT section at the end of the file won't apply the Session-Timeout to
> the users. However, it shouldn't cause an error. Have you tried testing
> without the DEFAULT section, using a user with Cleartext-Password? I've
> tested the following configuration on FreeRADIUS 2.1.1 with success.
> test Cleartext-Password := "testing"
> Fall-Through = Yes
> Session-Timeout = 60
> Try testing this with radtest, such as the following, where "testing123" is
> your shared secret and the server is running on localhost. This should
> return an Access-Accept message with Session-Timeout specified. (I assume
> you're also running the server with debug output, as "radiusd -X".)
> radtest test testing localhost 0 testing123
> If you don't want to add the Fall-Through attribute to each of your user
> entries, you could instead use the following modified DEFAULT section near
> the top of the users file, before all the authorized user entries. I've
> also tested this configuration. (Note the comma.)
> Session-Timeout = <timeout>,
> Fall-Through = Yes
> >also i have configured the mysql database for authentication and
> accounting. so at that time i am getting error "no User-password or
> >CHAP-password" in request.
> Are you using both the users file and MySQL for authentication, or are you
> testing each setup separately? I'd recommend getting FreeRADIUS working
> with the users file alone before setting up database-based authentication.
> Will D. Spann
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