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subzer0
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Well I got OS X RADIUS to do work with my Dlinks. I liked Zeroshell but I needed a fast solution. In brief:
– Create a self signed cert in OS X RADIUS (otherwise it wont start)
– Edit these files /etc/raddb/users to say this

DEFAULT Auth-Type = opendirectory
Fall-Through = 1

– Edit /etc/raddb/clients.conf
Add your AP (client) as instructed here’s mine

client 10.60.300.25 {
secret = openup
shortname = Dlink (whatever you have)
nastype = other (OS X manual says you must use other if not listed)
login = admin
password = nopass
}

Restart RADIUS
Configure your AP to point to the RADIUS server and use the secret password.

That’s it. All my users now need to auth using their existing OpenLDAP accounts credentials. I’ve created accounts for Windows users (just login accounts) and is all good. If you need further details I’ll post. Like I said I like zeroshell, but it needed to fully integrate into my existing infrastructure.