G Suite Secure LDAP - FreeRADIUS (pfSense) - Authentication - Regarding
alan.buxey at gmail.com
Wed Jun 9 14:25:37 CEST 2021
That's just the configuration. What is your client trying to do? You'll
need to be doing EAP-TTLS/PAP as the ldap is just an oracle of data and
cannot do challenge response. This can all be tested on command line
One quick thing, your ldap instantiation has an error, you have more
spare than max, so you don't have any spares. You probably want to have a
larger max or don't use any dynamic sizing
On Wed, 9 Jun 2021, 11:44 Alan DeKok, <aland at deployingradius.com> wrote:
> On Jun 9, 2021, at 6:16 AM, P.Thirunavukkarasu <drthiruna at tanuvas.org.in>
> >> I am not a technical expert. For any mistakes in the following please
> >> me.
> >> I want to configure my pfSense FreeRADIUS as my authentication Server
> >> our Campus Wi-Fi.
> >> We are using G Suite for Education in our University Campus. So I
> >> to use the Secure LDAP service of the G Suite with FreeRADIUS
> >> As per the instructions by the G Suite, I created the LDAP client and
> >> connected with pfSense by using the Stunnel as the proxy by using the
> >> credentials given by G Suite.
> >> Supplicant>AP>FreeRADIUS (pfSense)>LDAP>Stunnel>G Suite LDAP
> >> In addition, I need the configure the proxy radius for the eduroam.
> >> Not able to use the G Suite user ID and pw for Wi-Fi.
> >> How to resolve this?
> >> Attached the output of radius –X
> This is just the server starting up. It doesn't show the server
> receiving any packets.
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