telnet authentication using RADIUS

takCoder tak.official at
Thu Aug 29 08:17:03 UTC 2013

hi again..

pardon me, but I still have not find anything to solve my problem with
using pam/telnetd..

my problem is:
I need pam.d/telnetd to be always used as telnet aaa configs.. but when a
non-sra telnet connection is created, pam.d/login is used for that telnet
session's aaa configurations..

is there any way to do an integration? any ideas??
please let me know of any point you may know about this.. thank you so much

Best Regards,

On Wed, Aug 14, 2013 at 2:38 PM, takCoder <tak.official at> wrote:

> hi all,
> I need to apply radius authentication for my remote connections. For ssh,
> I have no problems, as I use pam.d/sshd file to add entry..
> but for telnet I've faced a problem.. as I have seen, for non-SRA telnet
> connections, telnet authentication will be done via pam.d/login rather than
> pam.d/telnetd.. and this depends on telnet client as well rather than just
> my server..
> I need it to always apply pam.d/telnetd file for all telnet
> authentications, so i can separate my remote authentication policies from
> local ones..
> am I right with the facts I said above about telnet?
> Do you know of any tip or trick on this?? any ideas are really
> appreciated..
> Thank you :)
> Best Regards,
> t.a.k

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