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Using linksys wrt-54g w/ DD-WRT standard. Have Freeradius installed on centos at remote cpu. Anyone have advice on how to utilize this setup to allow users to connect to the ...
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    Just Joined! Loy Glenn's Avatar
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    DD-WRT, freeRADIUS, auth.


    Using linksys wrt-54g w/ DD-WRT standard. Have Freeradius installed on centos at remote cpu. Anyone have advice on how to utilize this setup to allow users to connect to the router via wireless be redirected to freeradius landing if http request, and have freeradius handle authentication via mac addresses, of which many macs can be tied to a single user acct. in freeradius?

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    Vote +1.

    I tried to setup a IEEE 802.1X authentication over EAP by means of a username/password as described here.

    For a wrt-54g device that runs openwrt with a 2.4 kernel I couldn't get it working last time. So I would be pleased if someone could provide a howto / a link to a howto or something else useful.

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