Cisco Aironet 1130ag dynamic VLAN assignment

William Graeber swilly at
Sun Jan 25 21:33:03 CET 2009

I have modified eap.conf and added "use_tunneled_reply = yes" in the
peap section. I have previously tried this, and obtained the same
results. Whenever a client tries to login, they get cycled from
authenticating/connecting very quickly. I've posted an example output
from a radius debug:

Could you expand on the "set VLAN" option in the post-auth section? I
have looked around a bit, but haven't found much of use.

Also, I may try a vanilla install of FreeRADIUS, as I'm using the
packaged version from the OpenBSD ports tree. There are a few config
discrepancies, and I don't understand enough to know how they are
having an effect.

Thanks again,

On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 12:03, Alan DeKok <aland at> wrote:
> William Graeber wrote:
>> Here is the output of a client associating immediately after the
>> server starts:
>  You're not assigning the attributes that tell the server to put the
> user into a VLAN.
>  Are you using the *default* configuration files in 2.0.5?  It looks
> like you're not, because editing the "users" file *should* get it to work.
>  It looks like you need to either:
>  - set use_tunneled_reply = yes in eap.conf, peap{} sub-section
>  - add the "set VLAN" configuration to the post-auth section.
>  Alan DeKok.
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