Well after some more googling I have come to the conclusion I need to
setup EAP-TTLS which If I understand correctly supports tunneling of
PAP through ssl. So my current goal is to enable EAP-TTLS test then

On 4/30/07, Jacob Jarick <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> radiusd.conf: http://pastebin.ca/465399
> radius -X output: http://pastebin.ca/465404
> After following phils guide on the weekend I successfully got both
> radtest and radping to return auth-accept packets. The default windows
> client wouldnt auth but they dont do PAP as I undertstand. I am
> currently using http://www.securew2.org to enable PAP though I am
> getting this error.
> auth: No authenticate method (Auth-Type) configuration found for the
> request: Rejecting the user
> My windows client details:
> Network Authentication: Open
> Data Encryption: WEP
> the key is provided for me automatically: (ticked)
> EAP type: SecureW2
> Authenticate as a computer: (unticked)
> Authenticate as a guest: (unticked)
> Scurew2 config details:
> use alternate outer identity: (unticked)
> verify server cert: (unticked)
> Select Authentication Method: PAP
> Prompt user for credentials: (ticked)
> I am using the SecureW2 client / extension because I have been told
> numerous times that LDAP only supports PAP and its been suggested that
> I get PAP working before anything else (let me know if Im on the right
> track with SecureW2).
> So Im guessing here, but the reason it fails is because I do not have
> eap & pap modules configured ?
> Thanks for the help again guys.
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