Rejected: Realm does not have at least one dot separator
Stefan.Paetow at jisc.ac.uk
Sun May 10 14:20:07 CEST 2015
>I'm struggling with Freeradius since a few days and cannot get forward.
>is the message I get when I execute Freeradius in debug mode:
>'Rejected: Realm does not have at least one dot separator'
For this... Are you using a local username, or something like
'bob at localhost'?
Look in /etc/raddb|freeradius/sites-enabled. Open the default or the
inner-tunnel file. By default, there's a policy in the authorize section
of either called 'filter_username'. It checks that your username is in
proper network access identifier (NAI) format, and usually that includes
at least one dot (like 'bob at blah.com'). A username like 'bob at localrealm'
doesn't, so it doesn't comply with the filter and it rejects your request.
Use a proper realm, or disable the filter_username policy in the authorize
As for the rest (ldap and sql issues), see Rui's post :-)
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