Perl script error when testing locally

Alan DeKok aland at deployingradius.com
Wed Sep 23 13:42:00 CEST 2020


> On Sep 22, 2020, at 5:40 PM, HORMAZABAL PI´┐ŻONES BARBARA FRANCISCA <bhp001 at alumnos.ucn.cl> wrote:
> 
> Hello again, I'm trying to follow the tutorial from this site
> <https://kerker.website/freeradiusgmail802-1x%E8%A8%AD%E5%AE%9Apop3s/> (it's
> in chinese but it's pretty understandable if you translate it) basically
> using a perl script for authentication against gmail accounts using POP3.

  If you have a Perl script which does pop3 authentication, it should be straightforward to run it in FreeRADIUS.

> So far I have reached to the part where it tests the script locally and the
> error occurs, I haven't yet reached to the part where it configures the eap
> file to EAP-GTC for the 802.1X.
> 
> Even though it's not in the tutorial I still added the user in the users
> file anyway and the error is still there.

  OK...

> This is the output I get when doing radtest locally:
> ...
> (0) Found Auth-Type = Perl
> (0) # Executing group from file /etc/freeradius/3.0/sites-enabled/default
> (0)   Auth-Type Perl {
> (0) perl:   $RAD_REQUEST{'User-Name'} = &request:User-Name -> '
> pruebaucnperl at gmail.com'
> (0) perl:   $RAD_REQUEST{'User-Password'} = &request:User-Password ->
> 'password'
> (0) perl:   $RAD_REQUEST{'NAS-IP-Address'} = &request:NAS-IP-Address ->
> '146.83.124.26'
> (0) perl:   $RAD_REQUEST{'NAS-Port'} = &request:NAS-Port -> '0'
> (0) perl:   $RAD_REQUEST{'Event-Timestamp'} = &request:Event-Timestamp ->
> 'sep 22 2020 18:33:00 -03'
> (0) perl:   $RAD_REQUEST{'Message-Authenticator'} =
> &request:Message-Authenticator -> '0xf081ea4e44b9ed006a1316a93828157f'
> (0) perl:   $RAD_REQUEST{'Realm'} = &request:Realm -> 'gmail.com'
> (0) perl:   $RAD_CHECK{'Auth-Type'} = &control:Auth-Type -> 'Perl'
> (0) perl:   $RAD_CONFIG{'Auth-Type'} = &control:Auth-Type -> 'Perl'
> POP3 <- +OK Gpop ready for requests from 146.83.124.26 d17mb25011424qvc
> at /etc/freeradius/3.0/mods-config/perl/pop3.pl line 149.
> POP3 -> QUIT
> at /etc/freeradius/3.0/mods-config/perl/pop3.pl line 149.
> POP3 <- +OK Bye d17mb25011424qvc
> at /etc/freeradius/3.0/mods-config/perl/pop3.pl line 149.

   And that doesn't show anything about what the Perl script did.

> (0)     [perl] = reject

  But the Perl script rejected the user.

  You have to add debugging to the Perl script, so it tells you what it's doing, and why things are going wrong.

  Alan DeKok.




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