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1. FreeRadius installed, 2.1.10+dfsg-2~bpo50+1 from Debian Backports
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3. Apple OSX laptop, 10.5.8

When running 'freeradius -Xxx' from the Debian cli I can see the authentication fail as though the OSX machine (or the AirPort router?) isn't passing along the password (from the FreeRadius cli run).Additionally, the OSX machine always prompts me for an SSL Cert to use, but with MD5 checkmarked as the only option in the 802.1x networking screen, this shouldn't be happening, making it more difficult to tell where this problem lies.The OSX machine keeps cycling through "Authenticating" and "Authenticating with MD5", and then settles on "AirPort has a self-assigned IP Address..." (meaning the laptop, not the AirPort wifi router)

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