ClearBox Enterprise RADIUS server edition suites best for small and medium companies requiring full set of features a RADIUS server may provide. ClearBox scales well with your hardware and can tolerate high load produced by your network equipment.
The amount of details available for configuration and monitoring is compensated by the easy-to-use Windows interface. Configuring authentication, looking at realtime statistics, adding new user accounts - everything is just several mouse clicks task.
802.11 authentication is supported to provide access control to wireless routers, access points, hotspots in EAP/WPA-Enterprise/WPA2-Enterprise modes (for password-based PEAP (EAP-MS-CHAPv2) and certificate based EAP-TLS and PEAP (EAP-TLS).
Any request RADIUS attribute, sender address, user name pattern or even SQL dynamic query may be used to handle authentication/accounting request in a special way.
SQL queries or stored procedures are used to control almost any aspect of RADIUS request processing, such as authentication, logging authentication status, checking or adding RADIUS attributes in request or response.
Several independent authentication backends are supported, including Active Directory/Windows domains, local Windows groups and accounts, LDAP directories, ClearBox internal user accounts database, any SQL Servers.