On May 17, 3:13pm, Philip Buckley wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Ipass Problem
> Hi everyone,
> I got the Ipass module for radiator compiled and
> installed. I have also run test.pl that comes with radiator Ipass
> module, I changed the user name and password that went though ok all
> six stages. I then edit the radius.cfg to default authentication to
> ipass. The final test was to dial up to my modem bank to get
> authenticated via ipass I did this but all that happen was that it
> stayed there then I eventually got disconnected. I then tried using
> radpwtst with username plus domain name I got a response of no reply for
> access request. I have done everything in the Ipass documentation and
> the radiator documentation I now suspecting maybe it is timing issue
> with terminal server and the radiator server.
> Do you people have any suggestions.
It sounds a lot like Radiator was still waiting for a reply from iPASS. Can you
send your Radiator config file (no secrets), plus the Radiator log file at
trace level 4, showing what is happening during authentication.
The iPASS log file may be helpful too.
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