RAdmin is a Web-based Radius user administration package that works with Radiator and any SQL database on any platform. It provides pages that allow you to add/change/remove users, and to view usage summaries, online modems, service profiles, per-user and per-service Radius check and reply items, and more. The pages available to end users provide usage summaries and facilitate password changing. It supports optional Vasco Digipass tokens.
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Some minor new features and bugfixes were added, including support for encrypted passwords in the admin user database, a logout link, and a new overrideable password validation function.
Release Notes: Significant new features were added and some bugs were fixed. Support was added for Yubikey One-Time-Password tokens from Yubico (www.yubico.com). Tokens may be imported, allocated to users, deallocated, deleted, etc. Support for static passwords can also be enabled. Automatic initilization of Yubikeys can be done with a single click if the Yubico Windows COM/ActiveX Personalization Library is installed on the browser host. Workflow for allocating tokens to users was improved. You can now start with a token and then choose to allocate a user to that token.
Release Notes: Support for internationalization was added to the RAdmin GUI. A localization file was added for Chinese. Other localization files can be added to the Radmin/Lang directory. Optional RAdmin internal authentication for administrative users was added. The product editing form now exposes a "Product Group" field. When subscriptions are enabled, the user editing page now makes products with the same Product Group name mutually exclusive. The ACCTSESSIONID column in the RADONLINE table was increased to 50 chars to be consistent with the RADUSAGE table.
Release Notes: A number of bugs were fixed and new features added, including support for CSS style sheets and DBD::SQLite2.
Release Notes: Some minor bugs were fixed, mostly concerning compatibility with recent releases of various SQL databases, including Oracle, Sybase, and MSSQL.