VPN 3000 shows 'Authentication rejected: Group password is not configured'
I'm trying to set up Radius authentication on a 3015 with an ACS 3.1 server.
When testing the authentication, I'm receiving THE FOLLOWING LOG:
Authentication rejected: Reason = Group password is not configured
handle = 27, server = 10.16.10.14, user = test, domain = <not specified>
On the ACS (logs), authentication seems succesfull, so it's not the Radius-secret (also, when changed the response changes to 'Authentication rejected: Unspecified') or the user credentials (which receive the same response when entered incorrectly)
Also, I've configured a different Radius-server (Funk) with the same credentials, and that one's doing fine.
Re: VPN 3000 shows 'Authentication rejected: Group password is n
In general, I'd say that the log message is an incorrect 'I don't know what was in the radius return packet' message of the Concentrator. When the radius shared-secret is incorrect this makes sense, as the packets (to-and-fro) will be encrypted using the wrong shared key (and the reponse will indeed be a garbled packet the concentrator cannot understand).
However, I believe it also generates this message when a Radius-option is returned the Concentrator doesn't understand.
Your best bet (I think...) will be to disable all specific Radius options, see if authentication works, and then enable options you require until you 'break' communication.
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