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TOPIC: Setting up AAA in Packet Tracer

Setting up AAA in Packet Tracer 8 years 5 months ago #33195

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I was able to successfully setup AAA on a router and get it to send authentication requests to a RADIUS server that is setup on the same subnet as the router.

However, I cant get any routers outside that subnet to send authentication requests to the server. Is this something thats limited in Cisco packet Tracer or am I missing a command? The IP is correct and routing is all good. I can successfully ping the RADIUS server. Here is the AAA configs on the remote router I am trying to get working with RADIUS:






aaa new-model
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aaa authentication login LOGIN2 local
aaa authentication login default group RADIUS local enable
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username cisco password 0 cisco
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radius-server host 192.168.3.2 auth-port 1645 key secret
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Anybody have any clues?

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Rich
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Re: Setting up AAA in Packet Tracer 8 years 5 months ago #33199

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Can you post the Packet Tracer file?

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Re: Setting up AAA in Packet Tracer 8 years 5 months ago #33201

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Yep, here it is:

rapidshare.com/files/325376725/DHCP_RADIUS_Model.pkt

In the model, Router 4 is directly connected to the RADIUS server and works fine but Router 1 doesnt send requests to the server. I left a backdoor into the config of that router via telnet. the login is cisco pwd cisco.

Let me know if you need anything else!

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Rich
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Re: Setting up AAA in Packet Tracer 8 years 5 months ago #33203

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I had a look at it. You need to add a second entry in the RADIUS server AAA page, in the client's table. Having a client name "R1", Client IP "172.16.0.1" and you got the rest I guess.... I tried it and R1 was able to login.

Thats if I understand you well. If you want I can send the fixed file but I'll leave a chance for SteveP ;)

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Re: Setting up AAA in Packet Tracer 8 years 5 months ago #33205

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Yep, that sure worked!! I cant believe i overlooked that.

Ah well, thanks Solo!!

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Re: Setting up AAA in Packet Tracer 8 years 5 months ago #33207

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S0lo beat me to it!

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