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RE: Linux Dial In Server (PPP) Auth To Netware RADIUS
From: "Nick Owen" <nickowen () mindspring com>
Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2006 20:58:05 -0500

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From: cheyne.wallace () showgroup com au 
[mailto:cheyne.wallace () showgroup com au] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 2:13 AM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Linux Dial In Server (PPP) Auth To Netware RADIUS

Im wondering if anyone can help me here ...
Im looking to build a system where as I can run Linux on a 
basic PC that will handle dial in connections , and use a 
RADIUS client to authenticate to my already existing RADIUS 
netware 6.5 server ..
We have a system now , but we pay a small fortune for it , 
and if I could build this then id be pretty happy ..
I need it to support about 6 users , and route properly over 
our WAN and external routes ...
Can anyone recommend some open source sofware that I could do 
this with ? ..It will most likely be a Red Hat 9 box ...


Check out FreeRadius. http://www.freeradius.org/

If you mean VPN connections, check out OpenVPN: http://openvpn.net/, which
supports PAM-radius and that will proxy your vpn requests to your existing
radius server.  

Nick Owen
WiKID Systems, Inc.
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