I am trying to set up a dialup connection between a Windows Client and a 3745 NAS. I want to have authentication with RADIUS and also the IP address is provided by the RADIUS server (no local pool). I do not succeed in setting up the connection although I see the RADIUS server providing me the address but the NAS does not seem to forward it to the Windows client.
Has somebody done a similar config (I couldn't find any examples on CCO) or are my ideas completely way out?
Thanks and regards
I add a part of the debug radius auth and debug ppp neg so you can see a bit more how my situation looks:
Your setup is not unusual. It might be a good idea to attempt using a local pool to start with. If that works you know that you will need to fiddle with your radius server.
As far as I can see from the debug, there is no response to the confreq. Instead, I see a rejection on IPCP. To counter this, switch off all compression settings on both ends. If that solves it, you can subsequentially try to find a working combination.
i finally found a working solution. I had a mixture of router-router connections with numbered IP links and unnumbered clients dialing in. When changing to an all unnumbered configuration it started to work. Thanks for your input, it kept me working although the compression was not the issue. It was the numbered/unnumbered mixture.
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