On Jul 17, 1:04pm, Young, Tim wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) "NAK"ing CHAP requests
> Greetings all,
> I am looking into a way to identify an access request coming in as CHAP and
> then immediately "NAK"ing it.
Yes, you can do that with a Handler like thisL
# No authby, so reject
But it seems to us that if you NAK that request, it will result in the user
failing to log in. We dont think your NAS will then try to renegotiate a PAP
login with the user.
Hope that helps.
> The reason for this is the ISP's that I am using have a mix of CHAP first
> then PAP and also PAP first and then CHAP in their NAS equipment.
> I think what is happening is that we receive the CHAP request, it can't find
> a handler so it ignores the request. We should be NAKing the CHAP and then
> the NAS will send PAP.
> Thanks for any help.
> Tim Young
> Compuware Corporation
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