IGNORE: will not be automatically fetched due to licensing restrictions. You MUST manually fetch the UNIX version after purchasing the license at: http://www.open.com.au/ - once Radiator-4.13.tgz has been downloaded, move it to /usr/local/PORTS-head/distfiles/Radiator and then restart this build. (optionally download patches-4.13.tar.gz to the same directory as well) RESTRICTED: Commercial software Radiator Radius Server by Open System Consultants Maintained by:email@example.com Port Added: 16 Apr 2003 09:39:57 License: not specified in port
Radiator is a highly configurable and flexible Radius server that supports
authentication by a huge range of authentication methods such as Flat files,
DBM files, Unix password files, SQL databases, remote Radius servers
(proxying), external programs, NT User Manager, Active Directory, LDAP, PAM,
iPASS, GRIC, NIS+, Tacacs+, a wide range of ISP billing packages such as
Emerald, Platypus, Rodopi, Hawk-i, Interbiller98, Freeside etc, your legacy
user database etc, etc.
Radiator now supports more 802.1x secure wireless and LAN authentication
methods than any other Radius server giving a wide choice of 802.1x network
Radiator also includes many features not found in other Radius servers such
as double-login prevention, username rewriting, full vendor-specific
attributes, time-of-day blocking and a GUI for running user tests. Full list
of technical features.
Runs on all Unix, Linux, Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, Mac OS-9 and Mac OS-X, VMS.
Due to license restrictions, this package must be purchased and manually
downloaded from the Open System Consultants web site.
patch to update net/radiator port from version 3.16 to 3.17.1
The current version of the net/radiator port is set for
version 3.16 of the radiator software. The most recent
version of radiator available is version 3.17.1. The attached
patch updates the port version variable in the Makefile to
3.17.1 and related values in the distinfo file so that the
net/radiator port will install radiator version 3.17.1.
Submitted by: Erik Klavon<firstname.lastname@example.org>