TekRadius

TekRadius 4.4.5

RADIUS server compatible with Microsoft SQL Server

TekRadius installs itself as a Windows service and authenticates sessions for users using the protocol Radius (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Server). This protocol is used to authorize the execution of applications for access to the network so once it has authorised the credentials of the client, it will have access to the resources that he or she was assigned. View full description

PROS

  • Supports multiple security protocols
  • Allows easy access for designated remote users

CONS

  • Requires users to use Radius protocol

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TekRadius installs itself as a Windows service and authenticates sessions for users using the protocol Radius (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Server). This protocol is used to authorize the execution of applications for access to the network so once it has authorised the credentials of the client, it will have access to the resources that he or she was assigned.

TekRadius is compatible with Microsoft SQL server and administered with an interface from which you can easily control groups, users and meetings etc. The developers assure that TekRadius complies with RFC 2865 and RFC 2866 which means you can log session details into a log file and limit the number of simultaneous sessions. You can select IP address to be listened and RADIUS Authentication and Accounting ports.

Since it supports such a wide range of authentication methods, this is one of the most secure free servers that you can use for Windows.

TekRADIUS is a freeware RADIUS server. You're free to use it for both commercial and personal use. We only ask you to provide feedback.

TekRADIUS tested on Microsoft Windows XP and Windows 2003 server. Please see installation requirements at Support section. and don't forget to read Readme.txt file comes with the distribution.

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TekRadius 4.4.5

— User reviews — about TekRadius

  • hamidrmj

    by hamidrmj

    "•Why do these programs replace IAS in Windows and FreeRADIUS in Linux?"

    •Why do these programs replace IAS in Windows and FreeRADIUS in Linux? TekRADIUS lot more features and more flexible th... More.

    reviewed on August 5, 2014