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Old 07-13-2007, 06:29 AM   #1
Palacista
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PPP dial -in with pam


I am trying to use a Redhat as a dial in server. I have internal modems that answer a dial in but pam insists on authenticating against system accounts instead of pap/chap as I have pppd configured. I can see that /etc/pam.d/ppp is configured to give the results that I am seeing but I can't see how to change it.

An older non redhat machine (non pam) works as expected.

any pointers?
 
Old 07-17-2007, 05:45 PM   #2
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Check that the global, session or connection configurations do not include the 'login' option. With this option enabled, pppd will also check PAP credentials using PAM as a way to restrict dial-in to a sub-set of users with login accounts.
 
  


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