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Completing Radius settings in SuSE 10 SP!

Posted on 2009-05-05
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I already installed FreeRadius and DialUp Admin in my SuSE 10 SP1 (and all the setting associated to Apache 4 and PHP5)....

If I perform a dial-up call, the machine answer and ask for the user / password; but, from SuSE, not from the Radius...

The problem that I don't how change that setup... somebody know how??
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Radius is an authentication server, dialup admin is a web based to to administer.
You need some tool that will be capable to be a radius client.

To logon to a system PAM is generaly used as login framework, there is such a pam_radius module that lives here:

http://www.freeradius.org/pam_radius_auth/

Now you need to add it to your pam stack for the relevant login to be able to use radius.
See the USAGE & config on above website for more file for more information.
If there are any questions left please ask them.
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Thanks for your answer...

The process is working, but, not correctly because, some path's are not properly defined.... below you will see the messages log...
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May 22 16:23:29 RAS-Linux pppd[4324]: Using interface ppp0
May 22 16:23:29 RAS-Linux pppd[4324]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/ttyR3
May 22 16:23:32 RAS-Linux pppd[4324]: rc_read_config: can't open /etc/radiusclient/radiusclient.conf: No such file or directory
May 22 16:23:32 RAS-Linux pppd[4324]: RADIUS: Can't read config file /etc/radiusclient/radiusclient.conf
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The problem is: the radiusclient.conf doesn't exist; the file is client.conf and is located in /etc/raddb (not in /etc/radiusclient)...

Do you know I can fix this?

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by:moralesrd
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The radiusclient was not installed...
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