January 3, 2013 at 10:43 pm #43535
Hi, first of all happy new year !!
Anybody know if it’s possible to set the TAG field to 0 in all tunnel attributes (64, 65 and 81 ) ? Seems ZS set this value to 1 , and with new cisco switches( Sx-300 series) the dynamic vlan asssignment not works….I think this behavior is determined by free-radius , but I don’t know if is possible to change it and how…
cheersJune 11, 2013 at 11:18 am #52591
I confirm that I have the same behavior. I’m looking to find a way to force ZS to use tag 0 instead. I don’t know what to do.
I see that the version of radiusd on the lastest of ZS (2.0.RC2) is FreeRadius 2.1.10 built in dec 2010.June 11, 2013 at 11:30 am #52592
So I wonder (and I assume) that this is why my Cisco switch does not accept the port, even though the authentication is valid.
On the Cisco cli, I receive this message :
“Invalide attribute 64 ignored – tag should be 0 aggregated (1)
MAC XX was rejected on port XX because Radius accept message does not contain VLAN ID, aggregated (1)”
So I feel the presence of this tag prevents the SW for reading the VLAN ID… ?
Or Am I going in the wrong direction when trying to solve this tag problem and should look elsewhere?June 11, 2013 at 4:54 pm #52593
I wrote to Fulvio , and he told me that in the next release, probably this behavior will be fixed…:)
The issue was found also with TekRadius here…Cisco ACS allows , by a drop-down menu, to set the TAG field in the radius IETF attributes…
Btw , I found a workaround, sure “dirty”… a lot !!, … I copied /usr/local/share/freeradius/* in /Database/usr/local/share/freeradius/, then I edited /Database/usr/local/share/freeradius/dictionary.rfc2868 by removing “has_tag” to the attributes 64,65 and 81 as follows
ATTRIBUTE Tunnel-Type 64 integer
ATTRIBUTE Tunnel-Medium-Type 65 integer
ATTRIBUTE Tunnel-Client-Endpoint 66 string has_tag
ATTRIBUTE Tunnel-Server-Endpoint 67 string has_tag
ATTRIBUTE Tunnel-Password 69 string has_tag,encrypt=2
ATTRIBUTE Tunnel-Private-Group-Id 81 string
given a mount–bind “/Database/usr/local/share/freeradius” “/usr/local/share/freeradius”, restarted the radius-server. The dynamic vlan assignment is ok with the cisco SF-308 as well as with the catalyst 2960. Also added mount–bind “/Database/usr/local/share/freeradius” “/usr/local/shar/freeradius” in pre-boot, and after reboot, authentication is always ok . I do not know how much is this correct, but it seems that functions, and so far I have not encountered problems … so far!
greetingsJune 11, 2013 at 6:44 pm #52594
Wow thank you very much for your answer, very complete. It’s incredible that you remember well all these details. I’m gonna try that right after buying an ice-cream and post a feedback here.June 11, 2013 at 8:14 pm #52595
It works wonderfully thank you very much again!!! 😀
Now I’ve got to change a little bit the way ZS starts, because I wanted a LiveCD + config on a USB Key or hard drive, but I guess I’ll just copy the folder in one partition on the hard drive and try to mount it at startup (as you detailled).September 20, 2018 at 12:57 pm #64418
Luciano Di FrancescoParticipant
Let me capture this old topic as I am having the same issue with ZS Radius attributes and Cisco switches SG300 series:
20-Sep-2018 11:54:51 %AAAEAP-W-RADIUSREPLY: Invalid attribute 65 ignored – tag should be 0
20-Sep-2018 11:54:51 %AAAEAP-W-RADIUSREPLY: Invalid attribute 64 ignored – tag should be 0
20-Sep-2018 11:54:51 %AAAEAP-W-RADIUSREPLY: Invalid attribute 64 ignored – tag should be 0, aggregated (10)
I found the FreeRadius folder path as you indicated :
But in my current Zeroshell version ( 3.8.0 ) the path where you copied the freeradius files doesn’t exist :
bash: cd: /Database/usr/local/share/freeradius/: No such file or directory
…even under the DB profiles
A couple of stupid questions 🙂
– Should I create that new path and mount it as you explained ?
– Did u try to edit the original Freeradius files ?
Ciao e grazie mille
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