[Jradius] RadSec and JRadius

Stelio Gouveia stelio at skyrove.com
Thu Aug 19 09:45:10 UTC 2010

Hi Folks

I've been trying for some time now to marry CoovaChilli and RadSecProxy.
We've also managed to uncover some serious design flaws with the
implementation of RadSec by RadSecProxy.

You can read the discussion here -> http://bit.ly/czEpxt

It's become apparent that JRadius may be another options for RadSec
implementation, and in our case
we would use it to handle ONLY the RadSec protocol and forward to our
FreeRadius server.

I have a few question that maybe someone in the community could answer:

   1. Is anyone actually using JRadius with RadSec? If so, how many routers
   to you have connected and is it scalable?
   2. Does JRadius thread each incoming connection and keep the connection
   alive for the duration of the CoovaChilli runtime?
   3. How many open sockets can it handle? Linux default is 1024, or it
   this irrelevant?

- Stelio

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