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What is Radius Manager


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What is Radius Manager

Radius Manager can be defined as an easy-to-use administration and billing solution to manage radius servers, its widely used by Internet Service Providers, telecommunication companies, WISP, and Wifi Hotspot Service Providers, it's can also be used to manage and monitor network devices such as Mikrotik, Cisco, StarOS, ChilliSpot, pfSense NAS, and various CMTS devices. It can be used in wireless, dial-up, and DOCSIS cable systems. Radius Manager supports Byte and time capping, bandwidth shaping, prepaid and postpaid accounts. Automatic disconnection feature for expired accounts with all supported NAS types. It supports Unix account synchronization to synchronize the email accounts with the RADIUS database. Radius Manager can also be used as CRM simply because a separate control panel is available for administrators and regular users. Includes an integrated prepaid card generator. some radius manager comes with billing module which generates invoices for both postpaid and prepaid users and also supports a wide range of electronic payments systems such as; PayPal, Authorize.net, DPS, Netcash and some other online payment gateways are supported. 

Some Radius Manager also supports TCP/UDP connection logger module likewise some don't, some supports DPI (Deep Packets Inspections) and some don't support it

The RADIUS Protocol is an industry-standard protocol for authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA). Terminal servers or Network Access Server (NAS) use the RADIUS protocol to communicate AAA requests to and return results from, a database of customer information.

RADIUS Manager uses the RADIUS protocol to provide AAA services in the BRM environment.

RADIUS originally called –> Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service

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