We are happy to announce that Radiator OpenRoaming Configuration Guide is now available and can be found from GitHub. The Radiator OpenRoaming Configuration Repository has ready-to-use/adapted configurations for implementing OpenRoaming ANP or IdP RADIUS/RADSEC server with the Radiator AAA server software.
If you are already an operator or organisation with existing Wi-Fi roaming and authentication infrastructure the Radiator OpenRoaming configurations are designed to be able to connect your existing RADIUS servers to OpenRoaming with minimal changes to your production configuration.
The Radiator OpenRoaming configurations also support prioritizing static roaming agreements for specific realms over OpenRoaming Dynamic Peer Discovery as well as last resort default authentication targets.
As seen from the configuration guide, Radiator AAA Server Software is suited perfectly for joining OpenRoaming. Additionally, our product portfolio brings more features to mobile operators, carriers and other enterprises that want to benefit from Wi-Fi roaming. For example, our Radiator SIM Pack software provides the features needed for SIM authentication (with EAP-SIM, EAP-AKA and EAP-AKA’ authentication methods), providing also the features needed for IMSI Privacy when roaming.
Our team is also happy to help when doing the configuration work for joining OpenRoaming. We can also arrange workshops or provide remote consultation – in addition to the email support provided with the product.
If you would like to know more, our team is available for a meeting in the Wireless Global Congress Americas in Las Vegas 19th – 22nd of June 2023. Radiator Software webinar presentation slides introducing the configuration guide and configuration templates can be found at our webinars page. And as always, you can of course reach out to our team at info(a)radiatorsoftware.com.
*What is OpenRoaming? WBA OpenRoaming™ is a global Wi-Fi roaming federation service that enables an automatic and secure connection to Wi-Fi among a network of roaming partners that all adhere to the OpenRoaming™ framework. It provides a new global standards-led approach, removing public-guest Wi-Fi connectivity barriers and bringing greater convenience and security to the wireless ecosystem, enabling new business models. See more from Wireless Broadband Alliance website.