Open System Consultants (OSC) is hosting and supporting a new RadiusExpert Wiki.
OSC, the developer of world-renown Radiator (R) RADIUS server, has established a free resource for the RADIUS user community to collect and share information about configuring and implementing RADIUS protocol devices and software. RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) is the authentication protocol widely used by ISPs and corporate networks.
RadiusExpert:Community Portal at http://www.open.com.au/wiki/index.php/Main_Page will become the repository for all the information that often resides only in the heads of system administrators who manage and maintain the security access and authentication requirements of their networks.
“We are providing a public collection point for the invaluable knowledge out there that represents the practical how-to of RADIUS implementation,” said Mike McCauley, Chief Technologist from OSC.
Anyone can find information about such topics as configuring various RADIUS devices, load balancing with RADIUS servers and wireless authentication tips in the RadiusExpert:Community Portal and contributions from the user community are encouraged.
About Open System Consultants – OSC has a global reputation for network access solutions with rock-solid products and awesome technical support. The suite of source code products provides extensibility, flexibility and portability to suit vanilla and custom requirements. Founded in 1992, OSC is headquartered at Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
About Radiator RADIUS server – Known as “the Swiss Army knife of RADIUS servers”, Radiator is a highly configurable and flexible RADIUS server running on most server hardware and operating systems such as Unix, Linux, Windows, Solaris, Mac OS and VMS. It supports over 60 different authentication methods and inter-operates with a wide range of user databases and ISP billing packages. Radiator is a mission critical component of the wired and wireless networks of thousands of corporations, telecommunications carriers, governments, academic institutions and commercial organisations.
For more information about Radiator, go to https://www.radiatorsoftware.com/radiator
Getting Radiator – A free evaluation of Radiator RADIUS server is available at https://www.radiatorsoftware.com/evaluation