Seems like you took my answers in the wrong way, I was just answering them. My goal, which I had working before, is to have a Cisco VPN perform radius authentication against the PI server. I’m not sure why that really matters because I’m trying to get the privacyidea-freeradius package to function. I also wouldn’t say I gave zero information, I gave a full debug output of freeradius which includes the parsing of my config files as far as I can see in it and what an authentication attempt looks like from the server side. local machine is relative and not very helpful, I’ll give you that. The client in the associated debug is the server trying to perform authentication on itself…as in an SSH session on the PI server running radclient and attempting authentication.
PI server has an LDAP resolver configured to pull users from an AD instance. The Privacyidea-freeradius package that was installed is the interface between freeradius and PI. Outside of a few configuration settings made on freeradius, there’s not a whole lot to do to make it work. As far as I can tell in the debug, freeradius is configured properly and parsing the username/password out correctly. The problem seems to come into play with the privacyidea-perl module…though I’m not a programmer so I really have zero clue.