Re: Request from host field different from NAS-Identifier
Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Sun, 22 Jun 1997 18:46:11 -0700
Mauro J. Jaskelioff wrote:
> I'm using a Cisco 2509 for remote access. When trying to authenticate
> a user I get
> radrecv: Request from host xxxxxx71 code=1, id=9, length=68
> NAS-Identifier = xxx.xxx.xxx.97
> NAS-Port = 2
> User-Name = "test"
> Password = "\227\246\214\377D\272O7\232\333\366\300\355i\323\370"
> User-Service = Framed-User
> Framed-Protocol = PPP
> LOG: Calc_digest: from xxx.xxx.xxx.113, ID 9 : Wrong NAS Address
> The address in the Request from host field (xxx.xxx.xxx.113) is the WAN
> address, and de xxx.xxx.xxx.97 in the NAS-Identifier is the eth0.
> Is there any way I could change the NAS-Identifier in the Cisco?
This I don't know.
> In RadiusNT the NAS is entered as xxx.xxx.xxx.113.
You need the 113 in RadiusNT for the authentication request to be
accepted. For the call tracking, you need the 97. I would just add
two entries to your clients file (same secret) one for each IP
Address and that should correct the problem.
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