A.L.M.Buxey at lboro.ac.uk A.L.M.Buxey at lboro.ac.uk
Mon Jun 24 19:06:25 CEST 2013


> > Always start simple.  Run radtest on the RADIUS server box
> > using ... THEN move to running against it from other
> > systems once you've verified all authentication etc is working
> 	Works on localhost.
> 	Trying to get radius to authenticate against an ldap
> serer. 

if localhost works, then the authentications cannot get though
to the server on its IP socket so you need to edit the host
firewall (ad any other ACLs that might be blocking the traffic)

iptables -L -n   - check for UDP 1812 being allowed

as for what you say you are doing and what you are doing...that
radtest is simply sending RADIUS auths to a RADIUS server....then the
server will use whatever methods you have configured for AAA - right now
its doing absolutely nothing at all as the server is not receiving
your packets - this has nothing to do with an LDAP server right now


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