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Sample config of FreeRadius as a Mobile authentication

This article shows you a sample configuration of FreeRadius as a mobile authentication to assign static IP address to the clients. In previous post, we have installed and configured FreeRadius on various operating systems such as Linux (CentOS, Ubuntu), FreeBSD, and OpenBSD. The Radius is ready to process requests.

This sample setup is based-on my project on a company which is serving hundred of customers around the country (Indonesia) using Telkomsel as the mobile operator. The customers are using a USB modem with a SIM card to connect to intranet.

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How to Install FreeRadius on Linux / OpenBSD / FreeBSD

This brief post shows you how to install FreeRadius on Linux / OpenBSD / FreeBSD with MySQL or MariaDB as the database. The Linux distributions which we will cover including CentOS and Ubuntu.

FreeRadius is an open-source, free, fast, feature-rich, modular, and scalable Radius server. According to its official web site, many Fortune-500 companies and tier 1 ISPs are using FreeRadius as their AAA solution.

How to install PostgreSQL on FreeBSD/PCBSD

In this tutorial I want to share to you on how to install PostgreSQL v8.4.3 on FreeBSD/PC-BSD. This tutorial should be applicable on other BSD families (NetBSD, OpenBSD) and Linux distros (Slackware, Centos, Ubuntu, Redhat, Debian, etc) because we will install PostgreSQL from source distribution file.

Quick Install MySQL from source distribution

This tutorial will show you on how to install MySQL server from source distribution. I use Slackware for this tutorial but it should be application in other Linux distros (Centos, Ubuntu, Redhat, Fedora, Debian, etc) and BSDs varian (FreeBSD, PC-BSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD).

Basically the explanation on how to install MySQL is already explained the INSTALL-* files included in the source file. This tutorial is only a quick step and straightforward way because if you are a newbie you will take some times to read the INSTALL-* files.