Some Help Regarding Remote Free Radius Server.
paul.bartell at gmail.com
Wed Dec 31 09:44:20 CET 2008
You have to add the two public IPs of radius clients to the
clients.conf file, and define a shared secret between them all.
On Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 12:26 AM, pushpraj nimbalkar
<pushpraj4u at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> First Of All New Year Wishes to all of you.
> I have configured freeradius server which is working fine for me. Now
> my wifi environment is like 2 hotels and radius server in different
> location. My radius server is kept in head office and i want my hotel
> wifi users to be authenticated by head office radius server. It's only
> authentication and accounting. Every Hotel have 1 ADSL connection with
> one static IP. Then I configured Linksys54GL with chillispot and
> defined my head office radius server IP address(i.e. public IP address
> of my radius server.). Now in hotel when user connects to linksys
> router then router forwards request to ADLS router and ADSL router
> forwards same request to my Head Office Radius server. But Problem is
> that radius server rejects request it gives error like :
> "Ignoring request to authentication address * port 1812 from unknown
> client 18.104.22.168 port 2054"
> and when i start radius -X at one place it gives error like
> rlm_sql (sql): Read entry nasname= 22.214.171.124,shortname=AP2,secret=
> rlm_sql (sql): Failed to look up hostname 126.96.36.199: ip_nton:
> Name or service not known
> It's is the Ip address of my hotel ADSL connection. And ADSL Router
> dont have any option of defining radius server and secret.
> Please Help me to sort out this problem.
> Pushpraj N.
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