RE: Apple devices can´t authenticate
BJulin at clarku.edu
Wed Aug 14 16:13:36 CEST 2013
Since all your auth attempts are coming from easyhotspot, compare
the difference in FreeRADIUS logs between a successful authentication
and an unsuccessful one, for the same user and password. Compare both
the username and password, and all other attributes in the request, very
carefully. Odds are that easyhotspot is sending something different
when an iOS client tries to connect. This would not be a surprise, since
iOS has been known to try to play cute games by hijacking web portals.
> -----Original Message-----
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> On Behalf Of Roberto Carna
> Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 10:01 AM
> To: FreeRadius users mailing list
> Subject: Re: Apple devices can´t authenticate
> Dear, the debug is this:
> [chap] Login attempt by "pepe" with CHAP password
> [chap] Using clear text password "1234" for user pepe authentication
> [chap] Password check failed
> ++[chap] Returns reject
> Failed to authenticate the user
> THe password is 1234 and I try many times...
> Any idea ??? Because from other Windos and Android devices the
> authentication works OK.
> Thanks again
> 2013/8/14 Brian Julin <BJulin at clarku.edu>:
> > Roberto Carna wrote:
> >> I can authenticate with Windows, Linux and Android devices, but I
> >> can't authenticate with Apple devices (iphone and ipad) at all.
> >> Is it an intrinsic problem of Freeradius ???
> > No, Apple devices auth off FreeRADIUS just fine.
> > More likely it is a problem with certs/CAs, or client configurations.
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