Manage your network resources with FreeRADIUS
- Step-by-Step instructions for all the main Linux distributions: CentOS, SUSE, and Ubuntu
- Know the FreeRADIUS components and understand how they interact
- Integrate FreeRADIUS into an existing environment or blend it into a larger infrastructure
- Control and track the usage of network resources by using the most popular RADIUS server today
FreeRADIUS Beginner’s Guide
FreeRADIUS has always been a back-room boy. It’s not easy to measure the size or number of deployments world-wide but all indications show that it can outnumber any commercial alternatives available. This essential server is part of ISPs, universities, and many corporate networks, helping to control access and measure usage. It is a solid, flexible, and powerful piece of software, but can be a mystery to a newcomer.
FreeRADIUS Beginner’s Guide is a friend of newcomers to RADIUS and FreeRADIUS. It covers the most popular Linux distributions of today, CentOS, SUSE, and Ubuntu, and discusses all the important aspects of FreeRADIUS deployment: Installing, configuring and testing; security concerns and limitations; LDAP and Active Directory integration.