Re: Problem with ppp-2.3.3-5 and authentication
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- Subject: Re: Problem with ppp-2.3.3-5 and authentication
- From: Kevin Squire <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 8 May 1998 11:08:09 +0900 (JST)
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> On 6/5/98 1:18 AM Bill Leach wrote:
> My question would be, if Mr. Whitwell's machine is using PAP, are the
> entries in the ppp/pap-secrets file correct? AFAIK for the PAP
> authentication to work (I don't use PAP but have used CHAP), the
> Username, password, and IP address (or address range) have to match.
> [Mr. Whitwell speaks]
> I think they're OK. In "/etc/ppp/pap-secrets" I have:
> * <hostname> ""
The required structure of the pap-secrets file changed slightly in version
2.3.x. You must now add an extra "*" to the end of the line above, to
allow any ip addresses. Buried within the pppd man page:
... Any following words on
the same line are taken to be a list of acceptable IP
addresses for that client. If there are only 3 words on
the line, or if the first word is "-", then all IP
addresses are disallowed. To allow any address, use "*".
I was burned by the same problem when setting up a ppp server for our lab.
Nakajima Research Laboratory
Tokyo Institute of Technology
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