DHCP configuration using freeradius
aland at deployingradius.com
Tue Mar 10 17:07:24 CET 2020
On Mar 10, 2020, at 11:18 AM, kabin mool <kabin_mool at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Initially I started with the small configuration using client.conf and user.conf and my authorization is working then I integrate with mysql database and it is working as well now .
> Sent Access-Request Id 193 from 0.0.0.0:45678 to 192.168.100.73:1812 length 75
> User-Name = "kabin"
> User-Password = "kabin"
> NAS-IP-Address = 127.0.0.1
> NAS-Port = 1001
> Message-Authenticator = 0x00
> Cleartext-Password = "kabin"
> Received Access-Accept Id 193 from 192.168.100.73:1812 to 0.0.0.0:0 length 20
OK, but that's not DHCP.
> Now, i want to try dhcp static IP assignment whenever this user is used.
I think you're confused here.
FreeRADIUS can do IP assignment. It can do this in RADIUS. It doesn't need DHCP. It can just return Framed-IP-Address in a RADIUS packet.
As a *completely seperate* step to RADIUS authentication, FreeRADIUS can also receive DHCP packets.
Is this what you want?
Because you've spent a lot of time *not* explaining what you want. *Not* explaining what you did. Which is frustrating, and wastes everyones time.
> I am using this document : https://wiki.freeradius.org/guide/dhcp-for-static-ip-allocation#let-s-start_prepare-mysql-database
> guide/dhcp for static ip allocation - FreeRADIUS<https://wiki.freeradius.org/guide/dhcp-for-static-ip-allocation#let-s-start_prepare-mysql-database>
> Why using Freeradius as a DHCP instead of the traditional ISC DHCP server?-Because it has the possibility to manage IP's configuration of each host directly from a DB, while ISC only accepts text archives.
Why copy the Wiki text to the mailing list? We've seen that. It doesn't help.
> I using centos and this document is for ubuntu and got confused on
That looks like some local link. Don't post images to the mailing list. It's a waste of time. If you have questions about a document, post TEXT.
> Can you help me on this ?
I'm trying, but you're not making it easy.
Describe what you want to do. So far all I know is that you're confused about just about everything.
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