FreeRADIUS2 runing but it can't login on pfSense 2.0.1-RELEASE (i386)



  • I install pfSense 2.0.1-RELEASE (i386) + freeRADIUS2, but it can't login
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    ![2 FreeRADIUS status stop.JPG](/public/imported_attachments/1/2 FreeRADIUS status stop.JPG)
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  • You want to use this with CaptivePortal ?

    If yes, the CaptivePortal is running on an interface and this interface is the interface you have to enter in freeradius -> clients
    What did you enter on freeradius -> interfaces ? On which interface is freeradius listening ? This is not 127.0.0.1 - it is probably the same interface as the CP is activated on - so your LAN interface.

    Example:
    WAN –- pfsense----LAN

    Then your CP is running on LAN interface and your freeradius is listening on any (*) or on LAN interface.



  • @Nachtfalke:

    You want to use this with CaptivePortal ?

    If yes, the CaptivePortal is running on an interface and this interface is the interface you have to enter in freeradius -> clients
    What did you enter on freeradius -> interfaces ? On which interface is freeradius listening ? This is not 127.0.0.1 - it is probably the same interface as the CP is activated on - so your LAN interface.

    Example:
    WAN –- pfsense----LAN

    Then your CP is running on LAN interface and your freeradius is listening on any (*) or on LAN interface.

    No, My CaptivePortal listen on OPT1 Interface

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  • freeradius -> clients: IP address of OPT1
    freeradius -> interfaces: chosse * for all interfaces or enter the IP of OPT1
    CaptivePortal: Enter the OPT1 IP address as RADIUS server

    On CaptivePortal set OPT1 IP as NAS Identifier.


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