Open System Consultant’s (OSC) Radiator is now available as “Radiator RADIUS virtual image for Wi-Fi Alliance® certification testbed”. With this testbed, the authorized test laboratories and vendors of user equipment can verify that their products support different authentication EAP methods - and gain Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ status from Wi-Fi Alliance.
The authentication methods in the testbed include EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS, EAP-FAST, EAP-PEAP and, as new addition, EAP-pwd. The testbed is configured as a single virtual image that can be easily installed and includes all required test cases.
Radiator testbed has made this process easy. There is no need for time consuming configuration work when setting up the testbed. “We’re proud to provide this ready-to-use testbed for the benefit of the all Wi-Fi Alliance members”, says Sami Keski-Kasari, Head of Certification at OSC.
More info from our team at info(a)open.com.au
About Radiator and OSC: Open System Consultants (OSC) designs and develops innovative authentication software for internet service providers, telcos, enterprises and other organisations. OSC has customers in over 180 countries, including over 50% of top 25 mobile operators. OSC's flagship product, Radiator AAA server software is reliable, extensible, flexible, configurable and portable across any platform. It has been described as the "Swiss Army knife of RADIUS Servers".
About Wi-Fi Alliance: Wi-Fi Alliance® is a global non-profit industry association – our members are the worldwide network of companies that brings you Wi-Fi®. The members of our collaboration forum come from across the Wi-Fi ecosystem and share a common vision of connecting everyone and everything, everywhere. Since 2000, the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ seal of approval designates products with proven interoperability, industry-standard security protections, and the latest technology. Wi-Fi Alliance has certified more than 25,000 products, delivering the best user experience and encouraging the expanded use of Wi-Fi products and services in new and established markets. Today, billions of Wi-Fi products carry a significant portion of the world’s data traffic in an ever-expanding variety of applications.