> Dana 5/3/2007, "Tim Tyler" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> pi?e:
>>  Freeradius experts,
>>  I am trying to configure freeradius to use openldap as a backend
>> for authentication, but I can't seem to get the passwords to
>> authenticate.  It seems to have no problem binding and finding the
>> username (uid). I am using crypt passwords in the ldap userPassword field:
>> userPassword:: e1NTSEF9aXBWQklEYnZYSU9RdWl2V0ZtdGR5MWxIWFFsZWVCMjQ=
>>   I am not using any radius attributes.  I simply want to allow any
>> uid to authenticate.  I get these results:
>> rad_recv: Access-Request packet from host, id=60, length=59
>>         User-Name = "tylertj"
>>         User-Password = "xxxxxx"
>>         NAS-IP-Address =
>>         NAS-Port = 1812
>> rlm_ldap: - authorize
>> rlm_ldap: performing user authorization for tylertj
>> rlm_ldap: ldap_get_conn: Checking Id: 0
>> rlm_ldap: ldap_get_conn: Got Id: 0
>> rlm_ldap: (re)connect to ldap.beloit.edu:389, authentication 0
>> rlm_ldap: setting TLS CACert File to /etc/openldap/cacerts/cacert.cer
>> rlm_ldap: starting TLS
>> rlm_ldap: bind as / to ldap.beloit.edu:389
>> rlm_ldap: waiting for bind result ...
>> rlm_ldap: Bind was successful
>> rlm_ldap: looking for check items in directory...
>> rlm_ldap: looking for reply items in directory...
>> rlm_ldap: user tylertj authorized to use remote access
>> rlm_ldap: ldap_release_conn: Release Id: 0
>> rad_recv: Access-Request packet from host, id=60, length=59
>> Sending Access-Reject of id 60 to
>>   What might I be doing wrong?  I presume that the ldap server
>> doesn't  have to store the passwords in plain text, correct?  I can
>> store them in md5 or SHA1 hash if I want, correct?  I did uncomment:
>> authenticate {
>>    Auth-Type LDAP {
>>       ldap
>>    }
>>   Am I wrong to think this is now a password issue?
>> Tim
>> Tim Tyler
>> Network Engineer - Beloit College

You need to prefix your crypt password with {crypt}, else LDAP won't 
know which hashing scheme your using, and when you attempt a v3 bind 
it'll treat your crypted password as plaintext.

Also, in order to use crypted password you'll need a authentication 
mechanism that supports reversible encryption, like PAP or GTC.

Arran Cudbard-Bell ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
Authentication Authorisation & Accounting Officer
Unversity of Sussex | Infrastructure Services
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