I dont have the user in Active directory, yet  free radius sends a
accept packet.
thanks


On 4/30/07, Alan DeKok <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> shrikant Bhat wrote:
> ...
> >>>> Yes I figured that. thanks for that. But the issues is the user I am
> >>>> trying to authenticate is not listed in users file or in AD, so I dont
> >>>> understand how is it authenticating this user.
> >>>> I have attached debug .
>
>   Have you read the debug output?
> ...
> >>>> radius_xlat: Running registered xlat function of module mschap for
> >>>> string 'User-Name'
> >>>> radius_xlat:  '--username=raduser'
> >>>> radius_xlat:  '--password=radpass'
> >>>>  modcall[authenticate]: module "ntlm_auth" returns ok for request 3
>
>   What part of that is unclear?
>
>   You think the user isn't in Active Directory.  Yet ntlm_auth is
> returning that the user is in AD.  Either the user is in AD, or
> ntlm_auth is doing something magical.
>
>   Alan DeKok.
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