I'm trying to setup a RADIUS server to authenticate my users on a couple of routers.
Now I've done my initial setup on a 1811 router and everything works fine, moving to a production 2801 router I get into problems. Trying our second production 2801 it works fine again. I'm busting my head on what might be wrong but cannot find anything!
What I see in my FreeRadius outputlog:
rad_recv: Access-Request packet from host 10.1.1.25:1645, id=172, length=96
User-Name = "sander"
Reply-Message = "Password: "
User-Password = "\204p\034\272\345\346K^\250s\346\200gN\035\250"
NAS-Port = 194
NAS-Port-Id = "tty194"
NAS-Port-Type = Virtual
Calling-Station-Id = "10.2.1.112"
NAS-IP-Address = 10.1.1.25
rlm_sql (sql): Reserving sql socket id: 3
So the User-Password get's crypted somehow by the Cisco. The password is "test" for now. If I login from my other two Cisco routers I see the plaintex password in the logfile from FreeRadius (like I'd expect).
Is there any reason why this 2801 router is acting weird and putting a different user-password encoding into the mix?
Both 2801 are running the same IOS release.