Newbie question... using different authentication sources?
aland at deployingradius.com
Mon May 25 22:26:05 CEST 2015
On May 25, 2015, at 3:41 PM, José Queiroz <zekkerj at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to set up a freeradius server to serve two clients, each of them
> an independent wireless network. The first one uses WPA2-Enterprise, and is
> expected to authenticate our users based on our internal LDAP server.
> The second one is a guest/open network, where users will pass their
> credentials in a captive portal, and are expected to be authenticated by a
> MySQL database.
> Problem is, both networks are covering the same area, and users of one of
> them is not allowed to use the other.
So write that as a policy. Put the users into groups, and allow group A to use authentication method A, and group B to use authentication method B,
> I tried to set up radiusd.conf to include the appropriate modules, but I
> noticed that if the user sends a valid credential in the wrong network, it
> still gets authenticated.
> So, how can I enforce that users from NAS-IP-Address 1 get authenticated
> only by MySQL, and NAS-IP-Address 2 only on LDAP?
> I'm using FreeRADIUS 1.1.7 on Suse SLES 10 SP4.
Upgrade. No one will answer questions about a version of FreeRADIUS which is 8 years old.
> I have some machines with
> SLES 11 SP3, which will give me FreeRADIUS 2.1.1, but I prefer not using
> them by now, for several reasons.
Don't use 2.1.1, either.
Honestly, you're best off installing version 3. It's easier to configure, and has better error messages.
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