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It is thus also safe to use version 1.36 (and commenting out the configuration lines regarding TLS_PolicyOID). You should upgrade to 1.37 as soon as it is publicly released and re-enable the parameter in the configuration.

Installation

Sample config file

This is the complete sample config. The contents are explained below.

Base configuration / logging / F-Ticks

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Here, you need to adapt LogHost to the eduroam F-Ticks logging server (whose address you'll receive from eduroam operations), and the attribute marked with read. Its contents will become clearer later in the configuration file. Note: on some versions of Sys::Syslog and Radiator, you may need to reply replace "udp" with "inet".

If you monitor your national infrastructure, you will probably have automatic authentications happening which are triggered by your monitoring. F-Ticks can automatically separate these from real-world traffic and keep it out of the statistics. For that to work, you will have to use a value for Calling-Station-ID in your monitoring requests which begins with 22-44-66.

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Finally, to enable RADIUS/TLS clients to communicate with your server, you need an additional section for RADIUS/TLS like the following. Replace your server's IP address(es) and paths to the certificate files as necessary - please refer to the "Certificates" section for details on how to obtain and manage RADIUS/TLS certificates.

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Replace your paths to the certificate files as necessary - please refer to the "Certificates" section for details on how to obtain and manage RADIUS/TLS certificates.

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  • FreeRADIUS version 3.0.0 or higher
  • A server certificate and a private key for that certificate to establish the RadSec connection which designates the server as an IdP+SP.

Sample config file

All of the RADSEC configuration for FreeRADIUS 3.x can be in a single virtual server file. A detailed explanation of this configuration file is not yet provided. However, the comments included in the file should make its action almost self- explanatory. This means you can start and experiment with it right after installation.

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