Phonotactic models based on bags of n-grams representations and discriminative classifiers are a popular approach to the language recognition problem. However, the large size of n-gram count vectors brings about some difficulties in discriminative classifiers. The subspace Multinomial model was recently proposed to effectively represent information contained in the n-grams using low-dimensional iVectors. The availability of a low-dimensional feature vector allows investigating different post-processing techniques and different classifiers to improve recognition performance. In this work, we analyze a set of discriminative classifiers based on Support Vector Machines and Logistic Regression and we propose an iVector post-processing technique which allows to improve recognition performance. The proposed systems are evaluated on the NIST LRE 2009 task.