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Our radius server is a modular, high-performance, and feature-rich RADIUS suite including server, radius client, development libraries, and numerous additional RADIUS-related utilities. It includes a user-friendly and easy-to-use graphical user interface.

Production deployments include large scale installations comprising multiple AAA servers with over ten million users and millions of requests per day. It supports request proxying, with fail-over and load balancing, as well as the ability to access many types of back-end databases. Different classes of authentication requests can trigger access to different authentication and authorization databases (with cascaded fallback), and Accounting records can be simultaneously recorded in multiple different storage databases and directories.

The Radius server is integrated with multiple Billing software solutions to create a top Radius Billing software solution.

Eduroam and WiFi. With 100K+ students re-authenticating every hour.   AAA for millions of subscribers. Infinitely flexible policy language.   Global AAA servers. Active Directory integration.

Radius server benefits

  • Easy installation.
  • Easy to operate
  • Easy to customize.
  • Full compliance to standards.
  • High performance.
  • High Availability and reliability.
  • Scalability.


  • Complete support for RFC 2865 and RFC 2866 attributes.
  • EAP with EAP-MD5, EAP-SIM, EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS, EAP-PEAP, and Cisco LEAP EAP sub-types
  • Vendor Specific Attributes for almost one hundred vendors, including BinTec, Foundry, Cisco, Juniper, Lucent/Ascend, HP ProCurve, Microsoft, USR/3Com, Acc/Newbridge and many more.
  • All known RADIUS Clients are supported.
  • All known EAP Clients are supported.

Flexible configuration

The server can select a configuration based on any of the following criteria:

  • attributes which have a given value.
  • attributes which do not have a given value
  • attributes which are in the request (independent of their value).
  • attributes which are not in the request.
  • String attributes which match a regular expression.
  • Integer attributes which match a range (e.g. , =).
  • Source IP address of the request. (This can be different from the NAS-IP-Address)
  • Shortname defined for a NAS box. (This can be different from the NAS-Identifier).
  • Group of NAS boxes. (These may be grouped based on Source IP address, NAS-IP-Address, or any other configuration).
  • User-Name.
  • DEFAULT template configuration.
  • multiple cascading DEFAULT template configurations.

We fully supportsvirtual servers which allow several separate sets of configuration data to coexist inside the same server instance. The power of virtual servers lies in the ability to separate policies. A policy can be placed into a virtual server, where it is guaranteed to affect only the requests that are passed through that virtual server.