I set up my Cisco R-3745 as PPPoE access server, My radius requires clients to send MAC as Calling-Station-ID (attribute 31) to authenticate. But router had never sent Calling-Station-ID to radius. Do I have to change something in the router's config or update IOS ?
Have you enabled authorization and accounting on your router , because even though you are using it for authentication router usually uses for authorizing, try enable it . I have heard of some similar bug in version 12.x , so checking in the bug tool kit will also help you
Yes, I enabled auth & acct . But the problem here is that the router does not send Calling-Station-ID (attribute 31) to radius so clients cannot login (my radius server requires MAC address as Calling-Station-ID to authenticate)
Here below is my router configuration :
Current configuration : 5175 bytes
service timestamps debug uptime
service timestamps log uptime
enable secret xxxxxx
enable password xxxxx
no aaa authentication login default group radius local
no aaa authentication login no_radius enable
no aaa authentication login dialins group radius
no aaa authentication ppp default local group radius
no aaa authorization exec default group radius
no aaa authorization exec console none
no aaa authorization network default local group radius
no aaa accounting exec default start-stop group radius
no aaa accounting network default start-stop group radius
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