7.2.4. MS-CHAP-MPPE-Keys Previous topic Parent topic Child topic Next topic

Causes 2 session keys to be generated from the given string and then encrypted with the Client's shared secret according to RFC 2548. This is used by Microsoft MS-CHAP tunnelling. If the value is exactly 24 octets long, it is assumed to already contain 2 session keys, and will only be encrypted. Requires the Digest::MD4 Perl module to be installed.
MS-CHAP-MPPE-Keys = mymppekey
If you are doing MS-CHAP authentication with plaintext passwords and your NAS requires MS-CHAP-MPPE-Keys in the reply, then setting the AutoMPPEKeys parameter in your AuthBy clause will force Radiator to automatically reply with MSCHAP- MPPE-Keys set from the plaintext password.