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I am using ZeroShell, a router software that has FreeRadius integrated in it. I have a small wireless network and I want my clients authenticated with user/pass. I'm facing a ...
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    FreeRadius EAP-TTLS issue in ZeroShell


    I am using ZeroShell, a router software that has FreeRadius integrated in it. I have a small wireless network and I want my clients authenticated with user/pass. I'm facing a problem with the EAP-TTLS authentication. It works fine, but allows simultaneous connections with one user/pass and there is no option for limiting them. Meaning that you can connect several clients with one user/pass. What if someone tells his user pass to everyone?! Can you tell me what should I edit in the scripts to make it one client per user/pass?

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    Hello,

    Recently I also am using ZeroShell. There is an option that you can select to allow or deny multiple user login with 1 account. You can find it over here:

    Open your zeroshell in your webbrowser. After that open Captive Portal. And than you can select the option on the right. I don't think it is possible to use 1 account for multiple user loging with mschapv2.

    Regards,

    André

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