Re: [RadiusNT] Radius 2.5 proxy setup
Thu, 07 Oct 1999 16:29:38 -0400

Add the NAS (client) data to the Servers Table.


At 03:26 PM 10/7/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>I feel like an idiot asking for help on this, but I'm stumped.
>We are moving our local dial-up access to an off-site ISP, and they
>required us to purchase a Radius server which supported proxy mode. I
>have purchased and installed RadiusNT 2.5 and configured everything
>properly as best as I can tell.
>However, whenever a student dials in to the new number, our Radius
>rejects the request from the originating Radius with the following
>Thu Oct 07 12:56:33 1999: Calc_digest: from, ID 58 :
>Request from Unknown Client
>Thu Oct 07 12:56:33 1999: Authenticate: from - Security
>Breach: rick
>with being the ISP's Radius.
>The RadRoamServers fields are set to the following:
> IPAddress:
> Server:
> Secret: (I know these match between Radius systems)
> AuthPort: 1645
> AcctPort: 1646
>I have no settings in the RadRoamDomain table.
>I am also confused as to which proxy mode I should use...User or
>Server. I have tried both and either to no avail.
>All I'm trying to do is give my students access to faster modems without
>my having to worry about the overhead of supporting dial-up access
>(we've already been there done that). It should be nothing fancy...dial
>in to the new provider, authenticate against our database, have access
>to the Internet.
>What all am I missing here? The students authenticate fine dialing in
>to our system using RadiusNT in text mode against our Livingston PM 2,
>so I figure it's all in the handshaking with the other provider. Can
>someone help point me in the right direction?
>Thanks for any and all help!!!
>Rick Bruner - Network Services Director
>Huntingdon College - Montgomery AL
>Phone: 334-833-4540
>Fax: 334-833-4001
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