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What freeradius is doing, apparently is detecting purely on the version string returned by OpenSSL on the OS. Unfortunately, that version string does NOT take into account Ubuntu or Debian revision numbers. Ubuntu security updates are typically put in via a -#ubuntu# style changelog entry in the package, and the packages to install that have the security ...


To fix the problem I had to comment out client localhost { and ipaddr = in /etc/freeradius/clients.conf. Comment out the following #client localhost { # Allowed values are: # dotted quad ( # hostname ( # ipaddr = # OR, you can use an IPv6 address, but ...


In *buntu: tail -f /var/log/freeradius/radius.log Because the log contains information that should be kept secure, it is by default only readable by root. You can also start the server in debug mode to get a lot more detail. # freeradius -X Before doing this, check to see if freeradius is already running (e.g. ps ax | fgrep freeradius). If it is running, ...


FreeRADIUS is free software. It has no artificial limitations on number of devices supported. 15 access points is absolutely a trivial amount of devices, and with a total of 150 users even a low end machine, such as a Raspberry Pi should be able to keep up with the authentication traffic.


I found out your really don't need to do anything because the AD is on the server. I was trying to join to my server to itself with net join. All you need to do is skip that step and use ntlm_auth --request-nt-key --domain=ADDomain --username=user --password=password to test it out.


There are several packages providing a file called schema.sql. You can search in Ubuntu packages content using and its "Search the contents of packages" form. The query returns: /etc/freeradius/sql/mysql/schema.sql freeradius-mysql /etc/freeradius/sql/postgresql/schema.sql freeradius-postgresql /usr/lib/python2....

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