Erlang Radius server?

klacke <>
Mon Mar 29 21:17:46 CEST 2004


On Thu, Mar 25, 2004 at 09:49:23AM +0000, Sean Hinde wrote:
> 
> On 25 Mar 2004, at 08:16, Torbjörn Törnkvist wrote:
> 
> >Edmund Dengler wrote:
> >
> >>Howdy all!
> >>
> >>After having loads of fun dealing with FreeRadius/OpenRadius, I 
> >>thought
> >>that there must be a better way of doing this type of work. So I got 
> >>to
> >>wondering, has anybody looked at doing an Erlang Radius server? Not 


I did some time ago, I though we had to terminate radius/EAP
requsts but luckily ... we didn't (yet)
It would be a massive task to implement radius+eap.

> >>sure
> >>of the performance issues, but I think fundamentally there is nothing 
> >>that
> >>should stop this (other than integration issues with LDAP and such). 


Performance wise it would probably rock. I know of no other 
technology that would be better suited for a high performance,
high load radius server.

> 
> I just got round to looking at eradius and it looks very nice indeed. 
> We have a RADIUS server, but I would describe it as a 1 week job - very 
> targetted minimal implementation.
> 
> eradius has all the nice dictionary framework, packet encoding etc to 
> build a nice generic server so looks to me an excellent starting point 
> - most of the hard work has been done.
> 


Nice move, it will require quite a bit of work to get
even near 10 % of freeradius functionality though. 
It does everything. It's horribly hard to configure though.


/klacke


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