web based admin

Hawkins, Michael MHawkins at tullettprebon.com
Wed Oct 31 02:11:04 CET 2007


Thanks for your responses. As is common with newbies, the answers
usually spawn another 4 questions (at least).

Why would I pick ldap over mysql? Is it because ldap is geared around
user entities as well as an organizational hierarchy? Does phpLDAPadmin
already know about the requirements of FreeRadius structures or does
FreeRadius already know how to plug into phpLDAPadmin? Sorry if these
questions appear clueless, and even more apologies if they are in the
FreeRadius FAQ's.

Mike Hawkins

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[mailto:freeradius-users-bounces at lists.freeradius.org] On Behalf Of
Peter Nixon
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2007 2:19 PM
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Subject: Re: web based admin

On Mon 29 Oct 2007, Hawkins, Michael wrote:
> Peter,
> Yes, I was comparing TACACS+ to RADIUS - my mistake.
> Any recommendations on the most appropriate web front end for
> when managing a Cisco network that is pointing at a FreeRadius AAA
> server?

It kind of depends on your backend to be honest. If you use an LDAP
phpLDAPadmin is pretty good..


Peter Nixon
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