It's not a password problem either, because it works when dialed to my
NetServer/16 using exactly the same settings - only the phone number is
changed. Both MAX4000 and NetServer/16 authenticate to the RadiusNT.
Mark Conger wrote:
> Let me make a guess here. Your PC clients have the option to send the
> password encrypted checked. If this is true, it will only fail because the
> CHAP response is negative. They need to have this unchecked so that the
> authentication process will start at PAP.
> Mark Conger
> > From: Chan Kah Sing <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: Radius 1.16.49 CHAP problems with MAX4000
> > Date: Wednesday, February 19, 1997 9:57 PM
> > I am using a MAX4000 (with digital modems) and a USR NetServer/16 to
> > support dial-in access. The MAX4000 also supports ISDN lines. The
> > software version is 4.6Bp26. I have Radius 1.16.49 installed on NT 4.0
> > but not as a service.
> > In the MAX4000 settings "Ethernet-Answer-PPP options", Recv Auth=CHAP as
> > all my ISDN lines are set for CHAP authentication. However, this does
> > not work with Radius 1.16.49. I read one of the posts somewhere that
> > MAX4000 needs to be set to PAP.
> > When I set MAX4000 to PAP, it worked with Radius, BUT it affected the
> > ISDN dial-in. I confirmed this with Ascend.
> > I noticed, however, that in-coming ISDN lines (which authenticates with
> > the MAX4000 directly) can still communicate with Radius for accounting
> > purposes. But for PCs dialing-in, it cannot authenticate with Radius.
> > MAX4000's manual indicates that Radius should be able to communicate in
> > CHAP or PAP, and I need to maintain it as CHAP. I don't have this
> > problem with the NetServer/16.
> > Can any one help? Thanks in advance.
> > -
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