[AusNOG] Recommendation for Radius Servers?

Brad Peczka brad at bradpeczka.com
Mon Jul 25 21:25:11 EST 2016

I'll throw in a vote for Cisco ACS, because its what I use (in an enterprise, not ISP environment) and generally it just works.

From memory the pricing wasn't overly high on the pucker-factor scale and it works with everything I've thrown at it (both Cisco and non-Cisco).

I hear good things about Steel Belted RADIUS as well, but haven't had experience with the product since its transition to Pulse Secure.

From: AusNOG [ausnog-bounces at lists.ausnog.net] On Behalf Of Mark Robertson [mrobertson at fairfaxmedia.com.au]
Sent: Monday, 25 July 2016 10:54 AM
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Subject: [AusNOG] Recommendation for Radius Servers?

I was interested to see if the group had any recommendations based on their experience of Radius server deployments.

I am looking at updating our existing setup and was keen to find out what new, good, bad or indifferent?

Our basic requirements are :-
Active Directory integration, vendor agnostic, easy to setup and admin and cheap or even better FREE (always a bonus) :-)

scale to less than 10000 devices


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