Server dosn't detect any requests except from localhost
saeed_zr at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 9 11:21:54 CEST 2013
I have a student project that I need a RADIUS server in it. I have access to two servers that I have to remotely connect to them (VPN required, of course two servers are on the same network and can see each other always), one is having windows server on it and another one has CentOS 64bit on it. Both are virtual in a company using VMWare tools I believe.
I installed freeRadius on CentOS and I performed first tests from the server itself and it's working allright. I added the clients and users that I needed to the configuration files.
Here is the problem: Whenever I send a request from a radius client (I tried some testers, and even radtest) to my freeRadius server I get time out, freeRadius is running in dubuging mode and I can see that it doesn't receive any request whether to accept or reject. I tried the windows server on that LAN and my computer which is connected to VPN and can see the freeRadius server. (successful pinging)
I used -netstat to see what IPs and ports are listening, the result was 0.0.0.0:1812(udp) so I assume that it is listening to all IPs on 1812.
whenever I try to start the server with -i and -p I get the message that server cannot bind on the address that I want because it is already listening to them on another thing. I can start the server with -i 172.16.150.*** which is its own address and -p 1812.
I am stocked on this problem for two days, I read all the config files of freeRadius and I tried to make some changes (I revert them later) but none helped cause I think the problem is not there. I assume that server should see all the requests and then decide what to do with them. Any ideas where the problem is?
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