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pppd / portslave / radius

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Hi experts,
I'm trying to use freeradius for my dialup authentication.

I have it working locally:
radtest test test localhost 0 testing123

this works fine.

what I don't know how to do is to tell my dialup users to get authentication from radius.

My dialup users at the moment log in using pppd. This works fine as well.

I think I have installed portslave and have looked at /etc/pslave.conf but nothing stands out.

Thanks.
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I'd rather not use ldap
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i need to use mysql
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in here you have a guide and the database example to autenticate against mysql
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here a example step by step
http://www.voy.com/41165/3283.html

and the last post i forget the link sorry :)

this is the link

http://www.frontios.com/freeradius.html
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Ok. I've got mysql working fine, but still there is not communication between pppd and radius....
Is there anything I must put in login.conf to point to radius??? Or something in options file???
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in the web only mentioned a pppd - radius with portslave. if you can see ipaste the link below

http://lists.cistron.nl/pipermail/freeradius-devel/2002-March/002372.html


and this link is usefull to

http://www.mail-archive.com/freeradius-users@lists.cistron.nl/msg01961.html
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