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FreeRADIUS

FreeRADIUS

FreeRADIUS is a modular, high performance free RADIUS suite.

This software allows authentication and authorization for a network to be centralized, and minimizes the number of changes that have to be done when adding or deleting new users to a network.

FreeRADIUS can authenticate users on systems such as 802.1x (WiFi), dialup, PPPoE, VPN's, VoIP, and many others.

 FreeRADIUS 3.0.8

Price
Free to download

Size
2.8MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
FreeRADIUS Development Team

Website
freeradius.org

System Requirements

libperl
libpython
libssl 0.9.8 or higher
zlib1g 1.1.4 or higher
libt=ltdl7 2.2.6b or higher
ssl-cert
adduser

Support:
Documentation, FAQ, HOWTO, Wiki, Mailing Lists

Selected Reviews:
Bright Hub

Features include:

  • Many vendor-specific attributes
  • Supports all common authentication protocols
  • Authentication on system passwd, SQL, Kerberos, LDAP, users file, or PAM
  • PHP-based web user administration tool
  • Request proxying with fail-over and load balancing
  • Accesses many types of back-end databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Microsoft Active Directory, OpenLDAP, and many more
  • Different classes of Authentication requests can trigger access of different Authentication and Authorization databases
  • Virtual servers
  • IPv6 support
  • Proxying and replicating requests by any criteria
  • VMPS support
  • Limited support for HUP
  • Server core is event based
  • Simple policy language
  • Multiple default configurations
  • Access-based huntgroups
  • Caching of all config files in memory
  • Regexp matching in string attributes

FreeRADIUS' Web admin interface in action

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