[Jradius] Newbie | help and directions

David Bird david at coova.com
Mon Jul 2 17:54:47 UTC 2012


That is correct. The JRadius project is an LGPL RADIUS stack in Java
that on the server side works as a module (through rlm_jradius) to
FreeRADIUS. You can then implement your business/RADIUS logic in Java,
while FreeRADIUS does all the heavy lifting as the front-end RADIUS
server. For something more 'complete' and pure Java, Coova has
CoovaRADIUS, which is itself a RADIUS server, and has more in terms of
features specific to hotspot networks and can be used to manage users
and access policies. 

I hope this addresses your questions.

Best regards,

On Wed, 2012-06-27 at 08:43 +0530, Vikas Roonwal wrote:
> Hi,
> I am new to the JRadius forum but have used freeradius+chilli for some
> time.
> I am planning to move an educational trust's current setup of
> freeradius+chillispot to coovachilli + jradius.
> I gather that JRadius is just a pluggable entity that interacts with
> freeradius at certain points and not a full-blown java based radius
> server. I would still have to depend on freeradius for the core part
> and the management user interface.
> Please correct me if I am wrong.
> I am also looking for a java based front-end to manage the radius
> implementation and create post-paid/pre-paid accounts, users, plans
> etc; Is something there or should we continue with the PHP based
> freeradius UI.
> Thanks,
> ~Vikas
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