RADIUS Login Incorrect

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    smeegs
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    Hi All,

    I have setup ZeroShell beta13 and I am successfully using it as my CA and RADIUS server doing EAP-TLS for WiFi.

    I am trying to extend the function of the RADIUS server to authenticate users to Cisco devices for management.

    I have (I hope) worked around the bug with ticking the RADIUS box (See http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2344&highlight=cisco+radius ) by adding the users under ou=Radius. My error changed from user not found to login incorrect.

    I have tried logging into a switch using the admin user as well as my own user, and each give my the line like the following;
    Login incorrect: [admin] (from client core-sw01 port 3 cli 10.2.1.107)

    I know the admin login is correct because I’m using it for HTTPS and SSH access to the ZeroShell server.

    Can anyone tell me what I should troubleshoot next?

    Thanks

    #51358

    gllowa
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    I have a similar problem on Mikrotik
    Login incorrect: [mikrotik] (from client mikrotik port 2148532317 cli 00:25:D3:C6:ED:2A)

    #51359

    JamesR
    Member

    @smeegs wrote:

    Hi All,

    I have setup ZeroShell beta13 and I am successfully using it as my CA and RADIUS server doing EAP-TLS for WiFi.

    I am trying to extend the function of the RADIUS server to authenticate users to Cisco devices for management.

    I have (I hope) worked around the bug with ticking the RADIUS box (See http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2344&highlight=cisco+radius ) by adding the users under ou=Radius. My error changed from user not found to login incorrect.

    I have tried logging into a switch using the admin user as well as my own user, and each give my the line like the following;
    Login incorrect: [admin] (from client core-sw01 port 3 cli 10.2.1.107)

    I know the admin login is correct because I’m using it for HTTPS and SSH access to the ZeroShell server.

    Can anyone tell me what I should troubleshoot next?

    Thanks

    OLD Thread…

    Some OS’s like Windows 7 are sensitive about the certificate trust of the Kerberos/LDAP server. You may need to import a certificate if the root cert or CA cert was not signed by one of the known cert authorities like Verisign, Thawte, etc. That bit me.

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