The Entire Internet is Built on Ancient Protocols... And That's a Problem

Despite its early origins, RADIUS remains an essential staple for managing client-server interactions for:

  • VPN access
  • DSL and Fiber to the Home connections offered by ISPs,
  • Wi-Fi and 802.1X authentication
  • 2G and 3G cellular roaming
  • 5G Data Network Name authentication
  • Mobile data offloading
  • Authentication over private APNs for connecting mobile devices to enterprise networks
  • Authentication to critical infrastructure management devices
  • Eduroam and OpenRoaming Wi-Fi