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Re: radius problem in debian



In article <BAY21-F16D7F46545A2721698C14ABF400@phx.gbl>,
»Æ ¿¡ÔŽ  <hyznull@hotmail.com> wrote:
>Mar 24 04:44:13 debian pppd[411]: >>> Initial process title space is enough 
>for rewriting
>Mar 24 04:44:13 debian pppd[411]: Plugin init: Cannot obtain client's 
>Caller ID (environment variable CALLER_ID not found).
>Mar 24 04:44:13 debian pppd[411]: Plugin init: Cannot obtain connect info 
>(environment variable CONNECT not found).
>Mar 24 04:44:13 debian pppd[411]: RADIUS login for bluenet
>Mar 24 04:44:13 debian pppd[411]: >>> RADIUS Auth
>Mar 24 04:44:13 debian pppd[411]: >>> User=bluenet
>Mar 24 04:44:13 debian pppd[411]: >>> NAS Port=
>Mar 24 04:44:13 debian pppd[411]: >>> Server: 192.168.0.110
>Mar 24 04:44:13 debian pppd[411]: >>> Sending RADIUS auth request...
>Mar 24 04:44:23 debian pppd[411]: Auth: cannot communicate with RADIUS 
>server (No valid RADIUS responses received)
>Mar 24 04:44:23 debian pppd[411]: RADIUS login failure for bluenet
>Mar 24 04:44:23 debian pppd[411]: sent [PAP AuthNak id=0x1 "Server 
>failure"]
>Mar 24 04:44:23 debian pppd[411]: sent [LCP TermReq id=0x2 "Authentication 
>failed"]
>
>i use the pppd-tacacs+radius-1.4.tar.gz,what should i do to make the pppd 
>connect to the radius server???

Are you actually running a radius server? What does the radius
server say in the logfiles ? Are you sure both the server and
client are configured to use the same IP address, and, a common
mistake, ports (1645/1646 or 1812/1813).

Mike.



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