[Chilli] CoovaChilli JRadius and DHCP IP response

David Bird david at coova.com
Tue Jan 11 07:36:15 UTC 2011

Hi Derek,

Indeed, MAC-auth in layer3 mode wouldn't make sense. While it could be
nice to authenticate a router, you wouldn't want to think that all
clients with that MAC are unique... since, again, could be a router. 

On Mon, 2011-01-10 at 17:45 +0000, Derek C wrote:
> Hi David,
> Thanks very much - so Framed-IP-Address works in CoovaChilli (just like a
> PPPoE setup).
> That was all I needed but the --enable-layer3 options is very intriguing -
> can this option work with MAC radius authentication?  I'm guessing not
> because its the DHCP stage where Coova Chilli seems to look to authorise
> the user against the Radius server.  Is this right or can it work somehow?
> Derek
> On Mon, January 10, 2011 2:44 pm, David Bird wrote:
> > Yes, theres is Framed-IP-Address... you can also try (svn version)
> > building with ./configure --enable-layer3 and run with --layer3 while
> > supporting your own DHCP server ready to handle requests on the tun/tap
> > device chilli creates.
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