[Openswan Users] RES: RES: RES: Openswan using Radius server for authentication

Arnel B. Espanola aespanola at arts.ucla.edu
Mon Jun 2 18:10:41 EDT 2008

Here's the clients.conf. Yes I'm using NETKEY. I've tried your 
suggestions but I'm still getting the same error messages.

client {
         secret          = testing123
         shortname       = localhost
         nastype     = other     # localhost isn't usually a NAS...

client {
         secret      = testing123
         shortname   = vpn
         nastype     = other


Giovani Moda wrote:
>> Please note that I'm running Fedora 6. I installed 'radiuslient-ng' 
>> package because Fedora doesn't have 'radiusclient' package. And then I
> created radiusclient directory and copied there    >all the files from
> 'radiusclient-ng' directory. File permissions stay the same.
> Remove 
> (vpn server)                          [removed]
>>From your servers, since there's no radius server running on that box.
> Also try changing
> auth_order      radius,local to
> auth_order      radius
> In radiusclient.conf. Don't worry abou login.radius, it's not used.
> About clients.conf, my bad, it should be /etc/raddb/clients.conf, and it
> only exists on your radius server. Post that one too, please. I also
> notice something, it *may* have nothing to do with it, but in my
> options.xl2tp the radius.so line contains the full path to radius.so
> (/usr/lib/pppd/2.4.4/radius.so). Maybe it's important for fedora, maybe
> not, it's just how I do it.
> You're using NETKEY right? I use KLIPS, so our config may deffer a bit.
> Giovani Moda
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