In this section we will provide you the RADIUS server configuration based on different RADIUS implementations. If you want to share your experience on an implementation not yet described in this section, contact us and we will certainly add it. Within our links section you can find further useful information.
When configuring your RADIUS server you need to choose the EAP authentication mechanism that you will use.
You can use PEAP (Protected EAP) or EAP-TTLS. Both mechanisms have advantages and disadvantages but can be used in the govroam context.
Using PEAP has the advantage that you don't need to install third party software on a Windows based system. The disadvantage is that you are limited in the choice of "inner" authentication (or the user authentication itself) you can use.
Using EAP-TTLS has the advantage that you have more choice for the "inner" authentication method.