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Re: [Radiusplugin-devel] Plugin does not appear respect the UDP authport

From: Joshua Green
Subject: Re: [Radiusplugin-devel] Plugin does not appear respect the UDP authport parameter in the radiusplugin.cnf file
Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2017 19:12:08 +0100

Yes, I’ll be happy to test it out sometime in the next couple days.

On Apr 3, 2017, at 4:25 PM, ValdikSS <address@hidden> wrote:

This plugin is no longer supported. Can you please test https://github.com/ValdikSS/openvpn-radiusplugin and fire an issue in case the same bug?

On 03.04.2017 01:26, Josh Green wrote:
Hi all,
I have successfully gotten the radiusplugin to work on my raspberry pi running Debian Jessie 8.0 and freeradius. 
However, I discovered that it is not honouring the authport parameter in the config file. I discovered this because I actually have a chain of radius servers running on the box in order to do Duo two factor authentication.  They are both running on the same box, but on different ports. 
I found that regardless of the port I specified, my traffic was going to port 1812 of my second and skipping my specified intermediate radius server running on 18121. So I specified a gibberish port (38736).  My freeradius server still received the request, on 1812.
Finally, when I took a “if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em approach” and flipped the ports around so that my first server was on 1812 and the second was on 18121, the authentication worked; again regardless of what I specified in the config file for the plugin.
The parameter is NOT commented out.
Any thoughts on why this behavior is occurring?
Thanks in advance,

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