how to setup in fedora ?

Abraham Varricatt abraham.varricatt+freeradius at
Fri Jul 9 10:33:58 CEST 2010


I'm installing this to measure the bandwidth used by different clients on my
network. I understand that it can be done from the web interface of
"dialupadmin". So, what I need some help is how to setup the web-interface
of diaupadmin.

As far as documentation goes, I found this -

I've got freeradius running in one terminal window in debug mode with
"radiusd -X" , but I can't find where the "radtest" is installed. Any

-Abraham V.

I found this documentation page -    and I'm
trying to follow

On Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 1:47 PM, Alan DeKok <aland at>wrote:

> Abraham Varricatt wrote:
> > I just flashed a linksys with dd-wrt and now I'm trying to setup a
> > freeradius server on a Fedora system. For the life of me, I can't figure
> > out what to do next on the system. I've installed freeradius by running
> > - "sudo yum install freeradius" on my Fedora, but what do I do next? The
> > online wiki hasn't been too helpful with fedora-specific info.
>   There is little or nothing that is OS specific on the Wiki.  Basic
> installation instructions, and that's it.
>  The question is what do you want to *do* with the system?  i.e. add
> clients?  That's documented.  Configure a user?  That's documented.  Add
> a database?  That's documented.
> > I'm hoping to setup a dialupadmin interface and manage things from
> > there. I don't want to hold hands here, but could someone give me a hint
> > on what I should be looking into next ?
>   What do you want to do?
>  Alan DeKok.
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