(RADIATOR) Authentication via proxy
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Mon Jul 1 13:51:41 CDT 2002
On sending you the infomation earlier, I thought about the situation some
This radius server is and has been working for several PM3's. I have made
sure I am using the proper configs and dictionary now. The PM3's users are
still authenticating great. I think the problem is with the way they are
handing it off to me. Thier NAS goes through a proxy to get to me.
Although they claim its a transparent proxy that doesnt do anything with the
data, except pass it long.
Just wanted to let you know that the radius server itself *is* functioning
to an extent.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Hugh Irvine" <hugh at open.com.au>
To: "chris" <lists at powernet.net>; <radiator at open.com.au>
Sent: Friday, June 28, 2002 9:41 PM
Subject: Re: (RADIATOR) Authentication via proxy
> Hello Chris -
> I suspect you are not using the latest dictionary file either.
> This is from the standard Radiator 3.1 dictionary:
> ATTRIBUTE EAP-Message 79 binary
> On Sat, 29 Jun 2002 02:38, chris wrote:
> > > Hello Chris -
> > >
> > > This sounds like you are not running the 3.1 version of radiusd, which
> > > has
> > a
> > > call to &Radius::Util::get_port , not &Radius::Radius::get_port.
> > Doh! I was in such a rush yesterday that I didnt notice it installs the
> > radiusd into a different location.
> > This server is being upgraded from 2.16.
> > Anyways, that was exactly the problem. I am seeing this in the error log
> > now though...
> > Fri Jun 28 09:12:53 2002: ERR: Attribute number 79 is not defined in
> > dictionary
> > Which seems to correspond with this
> > 79 ICL / Fujitsu Computers / TeamWARE Group Tony Gale
> > Tony.Gale at icl.com
> > Although I use all Lucent PM3's in that location.
> > It doesnt seem to be affecting service in any way
> > Thanks,
> > Chris.
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