> On 5 Jun 2017, at 17.28, Michael Tipton <mtip...@neonova.net> wrote:
> I have been trying to get radiator to work with Alavarion Breezemax 3000 
> series wimax CPEs, but have not had any success in even getting a TTLS tunnel 
> established. 
> The CPEs are configured to use EAP-TTLS for phase 1 and MSCHAPv2 for phase 2. 
> I am trying to get it to work with a flat file, I found the following via the 
> mailing list and google 
> https://lists.open.com.au/pipermail/radiator/2009-December/015946.html
> ​It looks like from this freeradius mailing list post that Alavarion violated 
> the wimax specifications. 
> ​http://lists.freeradius.org/pipermail/freeradius-users/2011-October/056593.html
> ​That did not seem to function either in opening the TTLS tunnel. I then 
> engaged Telrad who apparently bought out Alavarion. They were able to provide 
> with with the last known config that worked for them using RAdmin.
> I edited it to make it work with a flat file, but even that failed to 
> establish the TTLS tunnel. 
> Our customer is currently using freeradius and I have had a hard time 
> converting them over to radiator to work with our systems. 

please see an example config goodies/eap_ttls.cfg which comes with Radiator, 
it should work just fine and gives you a good starting point.

> I've attached the configs I've tried with no success and well as the trace 
> logs. ​Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have tried several changes of 
> each to no avail. 

At least the mail which came to the list didn’t include any config nor a trace 

Tuure Vartiainen <varti...@open.com.au>

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