Identity Engines: Ensuring Authentication, Authorization, and Audit across Network

For over a decade now, RADIUS servers have been a mainstay of dial-up and VPN access control. The rather inconspicuous RADIUS server, perhaps better known as that beige, general-purpose PC collecting dust in the corner of their data center, has proved sufficient for performing basic duties like validating passwords and granting network access. But while these servers have been diligently chugging away at their tasks, the world of networking and security technology has evolved substantially, leaving the current generation of RADIUS servers in the dust.

Provided by: International Association of Computer Science & Information Technology (IACSIT) Topic: Security Date Added: Jan 2012 Format: PDF

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