Found the problem. The database was saving the
password in some kind of hash instead of clear-text.
Once I manually changed the password to clear-text,
it I got an Auth-Accept response from the server.
Now onto the EAP-TTLS & client configurations.
Thanks again Alan.
>------- Original Message -------
>From : Alan DeKok[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Sent : 3/23/2007 1:39:03 AM
>To : [EMAIL PROTECTED];
>Subject : RE: Re: New Server Build
>Scott Hughes wrote:
> The DB structure is: 8 tables as follows: nas,
> radacct, radcheck, radgroupcheck, radgroupreply,
> radpostauth, radreply, usergroup.
Yes... but what's *in* the DB? What attributes,
operators, and values
are there, that you expect to match?
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