free radius setup

stefan.paetow at stefan.paetow at
Wed Sep 11 13:05:44 CEST 2013

> The alternative is getting your users to install something like
> SecureW2 (which I believe requires a license now), and using EAP-TTLS-
> PAP which submits the users password in plaintext, or I believe more
> recent flavours of Windows support EAP-TTLS too.

If I remember correctly, when using EAP-TTLS-PAP, the top-level default_eap_type should be "ttls", and then the default_eap_type in the TTLS section should be "gtc" (which uses PAP by default). 

AFAIK (and please correct me if I'm wrong), you cannot set the TTLS default_eap_type setting to PAP.



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