Multiple incoming requests from unknown clients

Diego Matute dmatute at
Tue Aug 14 23:51:59 CEST 2012


Yes I did mean the server sending the request, not the supplicant. I
misunderstood how to handle adding additional user stores off the same
RADIUS server. I will be requiring the IP of the connecting service.

On Tue, Aug 14, 2012 at 5:43 PM, Klaus Klein <k.klein at> wrote:

> Hi Diego,
> Am 14.08.2012 16:06, schrieb Diego Matute:
>  I could use NAS, but that would require the client to declare their IP
>> address.
> From a FreeRADIUS server point of view the NAS is the _client_!
> Could it be that you meant the supplicant (the user or machine which wants
> to be authenticated) when youwrite "client"?
> Am 14.08.2012 00:40, schrieb Diego Matute:
>  What is the best practice for handling incoming requests which require
>> different policies (i.e. secret keys) whereby the client IP is unknown?
> Pls. clarify "the client IP is unknown".
> Is this the IP of the NAS which sends an authentication request to the
> FreeRADIUS server ?
> Do you mean that you don't know through which configured NAS the
> authentication will take place?
> Do you refer to the IP of a supplicant?
> Cheers,
> Klaus
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