Gavika RADIUS implements the RADIUS networking protocol to provide centralized Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting commonly known as AAA.
Gavika RADIUS provides a web control panel using which you can configure your RADIUS server. The application provides a push button to deploy the RADIUS server.
Gavika RADIUS provides centralized location to store user accounts on an SQL database. Optionally, LDAP can be used to lookup user accounts. If you choose to use a relational database like PostgreSQL, you can create users from the Gavika RADIUS web interface. Optionally, user data can be imported via a CSV upload. In addition to managing users, devices can also be managed. Device can be anything that connects to the NAS enabled WiFi access point or ethernet switch. The NAS acts as the RADIUS client and talks to RADIUS server orchestrated via GRADIUS. Typical examples include laptop, mobile, tablet, IoT device, Chromecast, etc.
Gavika RADIUS also provides reporting of RADIUS usage. A number of reporting pages are provided including:
Integration with various notification services such as email and SMS are provided to enrich user experience.
You can choose to backup the data to:
GGP provides the hotspot facility. Using the guest portal, guests can register themselves and verify their mobile number. Once the mobile number is verified, a guest account is created in Gavika RADIUS database.
GUP provides a web interface for users to access their data and manage their profiles. Users can change their account passwords from the user portal.
Log aggregation and analytics add-on is also available.
Software updates are provided periodically. Optionally, auto-update can be enabled in the application. Software updates provide fixes for bugs and security vulnerabilities and minor feature updates. Major feature updates are not provided in regular updates. A separate upgrade process is required to obtain new major features.
Professional consulting and implementation support is available via our SI partners.