Cisco 1130 and Radius 2008 R2 login rejected

Hello everybody,

I'm actually trying to put a simple authentification with the help of NPS. The communication between the wifi and server seem to be OK since i can see what's wrong in Wireshark and cisco logs.

The server get the RADIUS login request which seem to be fine for me. The problem is it answer with a "reject" and i don't know why. I already followed every tutorials on the web... (of course the secret pin is ok on both side)

There is the radius log on my cisco aironet :
Mar 11 15:52:00.304: RADIUS: Received from id 1645/68 192.168.1.10:1645, Access-Reject, len 44
Mar 11 15:52:00.304: RADIUS:  authenticator C5 B8 C2 7B 09 EB 8C AD - 60 72 14 00 0C 80 9F F9
Mar 11 15:52:00.304: RADIUS:  EAP-Message         [79]  6
Mar 11 15:52:00.304: RADIUS:   04 02 00 04                                      [????]
Mar 11 15:52:00.305: RADIUS:  Message-Authenticato[80]  18
Mar 11 15:52:00.305: RADIUS:   23 FC D1 36 29 AE 68 21 C8 06 85 43 06 10 00 E6  [#??6)?h!???C????]
Mar 11 15:52:00.305: RADIUS(00000076): Received from id 1645/68
Mar 11 15:52:00.305: RADIUS/DECODE: EAP-Message fragments, 4, total 4 bytes

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Thanks !
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Darr247Commented:
> The server get the RADIUS login request which seem to be fine for me.
The problem is it answer with a "reject" and i don't know why
I would check the logs on the RADIUS server.

According to step 7 on
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc755248.aspx

If the connection attempt is both authenticated and authorized, the NPS server sends an Access-Accept message to the access server.

If the connection attempt is either not authenticated or not authorized, the NPS server sends an Access-Reject message to the access server.


So the connection attempt is either not passing authentication, or the authorization logic is false.
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