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RE: Linux Dial In Server (PPP) Auth To Netware RADIUS
From: <Mehmet.Dalyanda () intertech com tr>
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 16:17:51 +0200

I built a linux dial-in server box with Red Hat Advanced Server 2.1 configured with PPP 2.4.1-14 and mgetty, also 
supports callback. This box forwards radius requests to our One Time Password radius server. i think Netware radius 
will also work. 

Ppp+freeradius client+mgetyy config+pap/chap config, this is enough to work. You should use pam_radius plug-in. 

I also recommend that, you should create users with a central user database like Kerberos, otherwise you should create 
users locally.

Good luck.

Mehmet Dalyanda

 

-----Original Message-----
From: cheyne.wallace () showgroup com au [mailto:cheyne.wallace () showgroup com au] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 9:13 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 ...
 
 
Cheers , thanks ...

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