Radius not accepting user

Matthew Boyle matthewcboyle at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 16:04:13 CET 2011

Hi Alan,

I did try and re-use the config files.  That's how I got the PEAP and
MD5 protocols working.

I'm running the same client on a different box and the updated
freeradius version on another box as well.  That's all that changed.

I'm testing a product which is acting as the authenticator and
unfortunately my radius knowlegde is quite limited. Thanks for your

I'll read up on the inner-tunnel configurations and see what I can
find there.  Thanks.


On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 5:24 PM, Alan Buxey <A.L.M.Buxey at lboro.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi,
>> csahwreg4:/users/mboyle/ws/gash_main/testsuites/dot1x[84]> radtest -d
>> /users/mboyle/ws/gash_main/testsuites/dot1x/raddbs/default/ testuser
>> whatever localhost 1812 testing123
>> Sending Access-Request of id 4 to port 1812
>>         User-Name = "testuser"
>>         User-Password = "whatever"
>>         NAS-IP-Address =
>>         NAS-Port = 1812
>> rad_recv: Access-Accept packet from host port 1812, id=4, length=20
>> csahwreg4:/users/mboyle/ws/gash_main/testsuites/dot1x[85]>
> ..but that is plain PAP test. recent versions of FreeRADIUS let you query the
> inner-tunnel directly too - to ensure that what you are doing works...look
> at the inner-tunnel config to see the listening port...then use that instead.
> that might show something.
> ..and why not just clone/copy your working config?
> alan
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