Re: Authentication Problem | PLEASE REPLY ASAP!

Allen Mallari ( (no email) )
Tue, 11 Aug 1998 16:05:38 -0700

I tried uninstalling and installing the setup again.
And I tried running this steps:

radius -x15 (one command prompt)
radlogin test test1 (one command prompt and using WINNT SAM text=

If the username and password is right:

Good: 0 Bad: 0 T/O: 1

that means to say it's timed out.
But if the username and password is not correct, it
shows me:


Good: 0 Bad: 1 T/O: 0 Avg: 0

I think it's being timed out. I don't know what's going on after that...=

thanks a lot,

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On 8/11/98, at 2:27 PM, Allen Mallari wrote:

>There is no error coming out on the radius -x15
>it just responding to the terminal server and shows me
>that other users are being authenticate on the other radiusNT
>server that I have which is running ver2.2.
>And I even look at the logfiles and i can't see any error.
>Im using radius 2.5 right now..
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>On 8/11/98, at 1:32 PM, Dale E. Reed Jr. wrote:
>>Allen Mallari wrote:
>>> It's me again, I tried copying the file server.example to
>>> server in radius directory and rename the foo bar to my
>>> secret, it works but when i tried using the radlogin to test
>>> it, it shows me this:
>>> Good: 0 Bad: 0 T/O: 1 Avg: 0
>>> And when I look at the debug mode it doesn't authenticate
>>> the user.
>>> What could be the problem? Please help me.
>>The server file tells radlogin where to make the request to and
>>what secret to use. You also have to have an entry in RadiusNT
>>for the machine radlogin is running on so that RadiusNT will
>>accept the request. I would guess you don't have the later and
>>RadiusNT is ignoring the request (with a security breach error).
>>Add an entry for radlogin to RadiusNT's clients file (or in the
>>servers table for ODBC) and restart RadiusNT.
>>If that doesn't work, please include a cut/paste of the
>>RadiusNT -x15 debug of the error.
>>Dale E. Reed Jr. (
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