SUSE freeradius configuration
espo at op.net
Sun Oct 23 07:40:58 CEST 2005
I’m new to freeRadius and Linux (Suse) and need some help. I apologize but
I really don’t know the question to ask because of my limited knowledge of
Linux and wireless technology, but I’ll give it a try. I setup freeRadius
v1.0.2 on SUSE v9.0. I have another NetWare 6.5 server installed hopefully
to be used as the LDAP server that freeRadius will use to get usernames and
passwords from eDirectory via LDAP. I followed the following guide for my
I’m using D-Link DWP-8200 access points which supports WPA2/Enterprise.
I’ve setup this access point to point to my SUSE server. I can start Radius
on the Linux box, but when I try to connect through the access point, I am
getting no response on the Radius server. Everything IP wise is fine, I can
ping from everywhere and if I change the Access Point to a Linksys WAP55AG,
I get a login screen (not that I know the format to put the username,
password, and how domain would be used with NetWare). My client has the
D-Link DWP-8200 access points, and I’d like to get it working with this if
possible so they don’t have to buy 50 new access points. I believe I’m
trying to use EAP/TLS with LDAP authentication.
I guess my question is, does the D-Link 8200-AP work with freeRadius, and if
so, does anyone know NetWare enough to give me a hand. I understand if that
isn’t possible, but I thought I’d at least try. I’m sorry for being so
vague, but maybe I can learn a little about wireless security and
authentication if anything. The D-Link seems to have the same settings as
the Linksys, so I hope it can work.
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