FreeRADIUS is a high-performance, highly configurable, and feature-rich RADIUS server. Supported features include EAP (wireless authentication, PEAP, TTLS), MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, LDAP, X9.9 token cards, VMPS, and many more. It comes with more than 50 vendor dictionaries, and interoperates with many others. It is the only open source RADIUS server that has implemented EAP, and it is currently deployed in multiple million-user systems.
|Tags||Networking Security Internet Proxy Servers|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Windows Cygwin Unix|
Release Notes: This is a "stable" release, fixing bugs with minimal new features. Some more documentation was added, and a number of minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release is the culmination of three years of heavy development. It adds "virtual server" support, IPv6, and a new policy language ("man unlang"). All common EAP types can be used, including experimental support for EAP-FAST and EAP-TNC. MAC address authentication and VLAN assignment can now be done using the VMPS protocol. Limited HUP capabilities have been added, along with updated documentation and examples. The server is much easier to install, configure, and debug.
Release Notes: A few dictionaries have been added. Several bugs have been fixed, including some double free's that were found in 1.1.5. Nearly 30 bugs found by Coverity were also fixed, including a memory leak in the EAP-TTLS code.
Release Notes: This release is focused on new features and bugfixes without sacrificing stability. New features include more vendor dictionaries, support for Lucent and Starent VSAs, support for Juniper encrypted VSAs, N-tier certificates, and load-balanced access to back-end databases. In addition, the Perl module is now stable, and a new "sql log" module may be used to lower the load on an SQL server. The new features are complemented by a number of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release contains minor documentation fixes, and a few minor bugfixes. All users of versions 1.0.2 and earlier should upgrade to obtain security fixes.