I was guessing if there is a way for configuring Radius authorization on Linux clients. My meaning is to make Radius server manage the authorization/permissions when executing any commnand on my linux servers.
Then, there's any way to configure this with Radius? can I also control who executes every command?
i want to add ssh authorized keys for a user on a linux machine where a radius server is used for user authentication. I just wanted to know whether is it logical and possible to store ssh authorized keys for the user who has to be authenticated not locally but by a remote radius server.
I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Policy Server (NPS) configured to use a remote RADIUS server. In the event that the remote RADIUS server doesn't respond to 5 (configurable) consecutive requests, the server is marked as unavailable and stops attempting to contact it.
hi. im new to linux and im using f18. im trying to set up a radius server for hotspot authentication porposes. after some research i installed free radius server and radius-mysql,past that im unable to do anything.
On all of our linux workstations, we have configured the PAM modules to use radius authentication. This works well for all of the various things like login on the console, login using ssh, sudo, etc. But, it doesn't work with the screensaver/screenlock. When we try to use it, the screen never prompts for a password.
I am looking to build a dial in server with CentOS. However, I need the dial in users to authenticate to an external radius server. I have searched google and found how to set up authentication usi... [by modsbyus]
I'm running x64 Ubuntu 12.04. I did a simple apt-get install dokuwiki to install DokuWiki. And I'm trying to follow the directions located here: http://www.dokuwiki.org/auth:radius to get Radius authentication working. Things seemed to install OK. Under Configuration Manager I selected Authentication backend to be "Radius" and filled in the Radius details at the bottom.
I'm running a RADIUS server with some Meraki APs, the process of Authentications is fine... But it seems that the Meraki Cloud Controller is just sending the authentication packets and not the accounting requests.