dapphp/radius

A pure PHP RADIUS client based on the SysCo/al implementation

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Dapphp\Radius - A pure PHP RADIUS client based on the SysCo/al implementation

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Dapphp\Radius is a pure PHP RADIUS client for authenticating users against a RADIUS server in PHP. It currently supports basic RADIUS auth using PAP, CHAP (MD5), MSCHAP v1, and EAP-MSCHAP v2. The current 2.5.x branch is tested to work with the following RADIUS servers:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Network Policy Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Network Policy Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Network Policy Server
  • FreeRADIUS 2 and above

PAP authentication has been tested on:

  • Microsoft Radius server IAS
  • Mideye RADIUS Server
  • Radl
  • RSA SecurID
  • VASCO Middleware 3.0 server
  • WinRadius
  • ZyXEL ZyWALL OTP

The PHP openssl extension is required if using MSCHAP v1 or v2. For older PHP versions that have mcrypt without openssl support, then mcrypt is used.

Installation:

The recommended way to install dapphp/radius is using Composer. If you are already using composer, simple run composer require dapphp/radius or add dapphp/radius to your composer.json file's require section.

Standalone installation is also supported and a SPL autoloader is provided. (Don't use the standalone autoloader if you're using Composer!).

To install standalone, download the release archive and extract to a location on your server. In your application, require_once 'radius/autoload.php'; and then you can use the class.

Examples:

See the examples/ directory for working examples. The RADIUS server address, secret, and credentials are read from environment variables and default to:

RADIUS_SERVER_ADDR=192.168.0.20
RADIUS_USER=nemo
RADIUS_PASS=arctangent
RADIUS_SECRET=xyzzy5461

To print RADIUS debug info, specify the -v option.

Example:

RADIUS_SERVER_ADDR=10.0.100.1 RADIUS_USER=radtest php example/client.php -v

Synopsis:

<?php

use Dapphp\Radius\Radius;

require_once '/path/to/radius/autoload.php';
// or, if using composer
require_once '/path/to/vendor/autoload.php';

$client = new Radius();

// set server, secret, and basic attributes
$client->setServer('12.34.56.78') // RADIUS server address
       ->setSecret('radius shared secret')
       ->setNasIpAddress('10.0.1.2') // NAS server address
       ->setAttribute(32, 'login');  // NAS identifier

// PAP authentication; returns true if successful, false otherwise
$authenticated = $client->accessRequest($username, $password);

// CHAP-MD5 authentication
$client->setChapPassword($password); // set chap password
$authenticated = $client->accessRequest($username); // authenticate, don't specify pw here

// MSCHAP v1 authentication
$client->setMSChapPassword($password); // set ms chap password (uses openssl or mcrypt)
$authenticated = $client->accessRequest($username);

// EAP-MSCHAP v2 authentication
$authenticated = $client->accessRequestEapMsChapV2($username, $password);

if ($authenticated === false) {
    // false returned on failure
    echo sprintf(
        "Access-Request failed with error %d (%s).\n",
        $client->getErrorCode(),
        $client->getErrorMessage()
    );
} else {
    // access request was accepted - client authenticated successfully
    echo "Success!  Received Access-Accept response from RADIUS server.\n";
}

Advanced Usage:

// Authenticating against a RADIUS cluster (each server needs the same secret).
// Each server in the list is tried until auth success or failure.  The
// next server is tried on timeout or other error.
// Set the secret and any required attributes first.

$servers = [ 'server1.radius.domain', 'server2.radius.domain' ];
// or
$servers = gethostbynamel("radius.site.domain"); // gets list of IPv4 addresses to a given host

$authenticated = $client->accessRequestList($servers, $username, $password);
// or
$authenticated = $client->accessRequestEapMsChapV2List($servers, $username, $password);


// Setting vendor specific attributes
// Many vendor IDs are available in \Dapphp\Radius\VendorId
// e.g. \Dapphp\Radius\VendorId::MICROSOFT
$client->setVendorSpecificAttribute($vendorId, $attributeNumber, $rawValue);

// Retrieving attributes from RADIUS responses after receiving a failure or success response
$value = $client->getAttribute($attributeId);

// Get an array of all received attributes
$attributes = getReceivedAttributes();

// Debugging
// Prior to sending a request, call
$client->setDebug(true); // enable debug output on console
// Shows what attributes are sent and received, and info about the request/response

Requirements:

  • PHP 5.3 or greater

TODO:

  • Set attributes by name, rather than number
  • Vendor specific attribute dictionaries?
  • Test with more implementations and confirm working
  • Accounting?

Copyright:

Copyright (c) 2008, SysCo systemes de communication sa
SysCo (tm) is a trademark of SysCo systemes de communication sa
(http://www.sysco.ch/)
All rights reserved.

Copyright (c) 2018, Drew Phillips
(https://drew-phillips.com)

Pure PHP radius class is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License,
or (at your option) any later version.

Pure PHP radius class is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
License along with Pure PHP radius class.
If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>

Licenses:

This library makes use of the Crypt_CHAP PEAR library. See lib/Pear_CHAP.php.

Copyright (c) 2002-2010, Michael Bretterklieber <michael@bretterklieber.com>
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