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    Chance for RADIUS Server on the router itself!

    There is a firmware for WRT54G avaliable online wich includes a RADIUS server...
    http://www.tinypeap.com/
    Oleg.. Check this out please...

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    I have not found download link for the sources...

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    seems to be integrated in sveasuxt firmware

    and perhaps sveasoft is not interrested in publishing GPL tarball of their firmware, because they(he) don't give a shit about GPL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antiloop
    seems to be integrated in sveasuxt firmware

    and perhaps sveasoft is not interrested in publishing GPL tarball of their firmware, because they(he) don't give a shit about GPL
    From the TinyPeap web page:
    "tinyPEAP itself is not really the firmware since it can be added to any firmware, but a very small RADIUS server."
    There is also a win32 binary.

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    Binaries are unuseful, as WL500gan embedded environment which tend to have their own binary format (libc/ulib versions etc.). The biggest chance on getting this to work on WL-500g is to get the source code and compile it yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styno
    Binaries are unuseful, as WL500gan embedded environment which tend to have their own binary format (libc/ulib versions etc.). The biggest chance on getting this to work on WL-500g is to get the source code and compile it yourself.
    idd..

    and I haven't seen Windows CE on my wl500g
    to run the win32 binary....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antiloop
    idd..

    and I haven't seen Windows CE on my wl500g
    to run the win32 binary....
    Does a win32 binary runs on WindowsCE?

    Have you tried Tiny peap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbrbv
    Does a win32 binary runs on WindowsCE?

    Have you tried Tiny peap?
    no / no sources are available..
    and it seems i'm not the only one who can't find it ?

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    what abou trying freeRadius?

    FreeRADIUS is the premiere open source RADIUS server. While detailed statistics are not available, we believe that FreeRADIUS is well within the top 5 RADIUS servers world-wide, in terms of the number of people who use it daily for authentication. It scales from embedded systems with small amounts of memory , to systems with millions of users. It is fast, flexible, configurable, and supports more authentication protocols than many commercial servers.

    The server is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL)...

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    Damn you sound like some commercial guy

    But anyway, you can try to compile freeRADIUS in order to get it to work on WL-500g. Do some tests (like number of users and memory usage). There have been other topics about authentication where ppl could've used a RADIUS server. So there's certainly a 'market' for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dante_
    what abou trying freeRadius?

    FreeRADIUS is the premiere open source RADIUS server. While detailed statistics are not available, we believe that FreeRADIUS is well within the top 5 RADIUS servers world-wide, in terms of the number of people who use it daily for authentication. It scales from embedded systems with small amounts of memory , to systems with millions of users. It is fast, flexible, configurable, and supports more authentication protocols than many commercial servers.

    The server is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL)...
    agree with styno..

    anyway have any links? (lazy to google..)

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    openwrt guys are trying to make it running.

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    If it can be of any help, I have the binary from the wrt54g firmware. I know it might run under some circonstance, so I leave this to those who wants to try it.

    The tar file is non standard, and needs something better than the standard tar from wl 500 (I used winzip)
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    Any news regarding this?
    MrMagu, Oslo, Norway

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    I'm extremely interested in this as well.

    Code:
    [thews@AsusRouter /tmp]$ peapd
    Usage: peapd command [command_options...]
            where command is one of:
            run (runs the server) followed by:
                    -D (optional - runs the server as a daemon)
                    -I <address> (optional - binds the server to a specific
                            interface address
                    -E (optional - embedded mode)
                            only allows packets from self
                            *must* be used with -I
            adduser (adds a user) followed by:
                    <username> (fill in the username here)
                    <password> (optional - fill in the password here)
            passwd (edit user's password -- synonymous with 'adduser')
                    (see adduser, above)
                            if not provided, will prompt for password
            deluser (deletes a user) followed by:
                    <username> (optional - fill in user to delete)
    [thews@AsusRouter /tmp]$ peapd adduser Tommy
    Enter new password:
    Error opening /etc/peapd/peapd.conf
    Assuming db is stored in nvram...
    Error opening /etc/peapd/peapd.conf for writing
    error reading config file /etc/peapd/peapd.conf
    Error opening /tmp/peap_users
    Assuming db is stored in nvram...
    Segmentation fault
    [thews@AsusRouter /tmp]$
    OK.. well... looks like it COULD work. To get it to do that much on 1.9.2.7-3b I put libssl.so in /usr/local/lib (not a good idea since it won't fit in flash) and ran the following:

    Code:
    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH
    LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib
    As far as I know it works. I mean, it RUNs as a server, or appears to, but I'm not sure how to test that. The configuration options just don't work. A new utility would have to be made for controlling those (that's what the web interface is for).
    Last edited by tomilius; 26-02-2005 at 01:17.

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