Radius server on the NSLU2?

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Network Storage Devices' started by black7, Jul 6, 2005.

  1. black7

    black7 Network Guru Member

    I've been looking to run a Radius server but would like it running on a small footprint device and don't need a full on PC.

    Someone suggested I look into the NSLU2 with a linux install as it is small enough for my needs.

    I've never really looked into the NSLU2 before and do not know much about what it can do, but the idea looks promising for what I want.

    I've done a little research but wanted to know if running a RADIUS server on it is a possibility before I go do some more intensive research.

    Any help with this would be GREATLY appreciated!

    I don't need anything super secure, I just need a RADIUS server for authentication that will be running in-house (no internet access to it).

    If this is a stupid idea, then by all means please educate me (ie, FLAME ON! :lol: )

    Thanks in advance!
  2. khisanthax

    khisanthax Network Guru Member

    freeradius is a package that is supported by unslung. I haven't done it, but after you do the necessary steps to install unslung you install by doing ipkg install freeradius, or whatever the name is and follow any setup instructions at the unslung site.
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