RadiusCat is a useful Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) billing software application
|Updated||Jul 18th 2006|
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|Original File Size||111 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows NT|
RadiusCat is a useful Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) billing software application specifically designed for Quintum Tenor VoIP switches.
RADIUS is a security authentication client/server protocol widely used by client devices to access resources on remote servers. RADIUS is an industry standard protocol (RFCs 2865 and 2866, "Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service (RADIUS)" and "RADIUS Accounting") for providing authentication, authorization, and accounting services for distributed dial-up networking. A RADIUS client, typically a dial-up server used by an Internet service provider (ISP) or a client Quintum Tenor VoIP device, sends user and connection information to a RADIUS server. The RADIUS server then authenticates and authorizes the RADIUS client request and send a response back to the client.
RadiusCat receives and processes RADIUS authentication, authorization, and accounting requests from an unlimited number of Quintum VoIP Tenor devices and sends RADIUS responses back to the Quintum Tenor VoIP client.
The Quintum Tenor sends Access-Request packets to the RadiusCat Server where the Access-Request packets are processed to determine whether the caller is allowed access to services hosted by the Quintum Tenor device. The RadiusCat Server makes a determination based on account information that you have defined for that caller on the RadiusCat Server. After processing the Access-Request packet RadiusCat Server sends either an Access-Accept or an Access-Reject packet back to the Quintum Tenor device.
The Quintum Tenor device in the case of an Access-Reject packet either, disconnects the caller or gives the caller another chance to enter account information (this is based on the settings on your Quintum Tenor device). In the case of an Access-Accept packet the Quintum Tenor device either places the call and connects the user or sends another Access-Request message back to the RadiusCat Server where more information is provided for processing. At this stage the RadiusCat Server processes the request and either sends another Access-Accept or Access-Reject packet back to the Quintum Tenor device.
The Quintum Tenor device will either place the call and connect the caller or disconnect the call. For a successful authorization and authentication when the call is ended the Quintum Tenor device sends an Accounting-Request packet to the RadiusCat Server. RadiusCat processes the Accounting-Request packet and uses the information to update the callers account with billing information.
Here are some key features of "RadiusCat":
￭ Define PostPaid, ANI PostPaid, PrePaid or ANI PrePaid account types
￭ Define full featured Customer Accounts to be assigned to card accounts if required
￭ Define full featured Agent accounts to be assigned to card account batches
￭ Generate single or unlimited random Pins between 6 and 18 digits long
￭ Export Card Account details including PINS to be sent to printer for card printing
￭ Define unlimited ANI callers for Card Accounts
￭ Define additional charges per call such as Maintenance, Activation, Connection fees etc
￭ Expire Card Accounts at a variable intervals (e.g. 30 days) after date of first use
￭ View reports for call statistics, agent and customer invoicing, rate and rate table reports etc.
￭ Define discounts for agent accounts and billing
￭ Define unlimited Tax definitions for agent and customer account billing
￭ Apply up to 2 separate taxes to customer and agent accounts for billing
￭ Define unlimited Rate Tables having unlimited Rates
￭ Define 3 separate rate groups for each rate for billing, i.e. Day, Evening and Night
￭ Define flexible billing chunks i.e. 1 second - 60 second billing
￭ Import and Export Rate Tables directly to and from plain text (TXT|CSV) files
￭ Define separate taxes (destination tax) for each destination rate in rate tables
￭ Efficient RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service) processing engine
￭ Full support for RADIUS protocol as per Networking Group RFC 2865 & 2866
￭ Full native support for Quintum® VSA (Vendor Specific Attributes)
￭ User maintainable VSA module for adding new VSAs as required
￭ Email feature for emailing system administrator system warnings, errors etc
￭ Creates RADIUS log files for received and sent packets in TEXT and XML file formats
￭ RADIUS processing engine runs transparently as a windows service which runs independently of user unteraction and cosumes computer resources in a more efficint manner than normal applications.
￭ Process RADIUS Authorization, Authentication and Accounting (AAA) for VoIP endpoints such as IP Phones & IP Softphones via your SIP Server.
￭ Processes RADIUS requests Authorization, Authentication and Accounting (AAA) from unlimited QUINTUM® Tenor clients, ports/channels with unrestricted traffic volume
￭ Interoperates with all Quintum® Tenors® (A, AS, AX, AF, BX, DX, CMS) and Tenor Call Relay running codebase software P103-08-10 GA or higher
￭ Supports all Quintum® Authentication Types including Pre-Authentication by ANI
￭ .NET Framework 2.0
￭ Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 or later
￭ Microsoft SQL Server 2000 or higher (Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express supplied)
￭ Pentium III - 600 MHz processor or higher
￭ 256 MB RAM or higher
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