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A Moonshot Identity Provider must be connected to a local identity store to be able to authenticate users. This page lists some of the options available to an Identity Provider administrator to achieve this.

FreeRADIUS offers many options to authenticate users; common ones include using a simple local flat file (useful for initial testing), or, for production deployments, using a credential store in an SQL database or a connection to LDAP or Active Directory.

To see the full range of options available in FreeRADIUS, and to find out how to configure them, visit the FreeRADIUS site.

To see a handy password protocol compatibility matrix, visit the DeployingRADIUS Protocol Compatibility Matrix.

 

Option 1 - Using the FreeRADIUS Users File

  • Here you will find information on how to use the FreeRADIUS users file as an identity store.

Option 2 - Using Active Directory

  • Here you will find information on how to use Active Directory as an identity store.

Option 3 - Using LDAP to Connect to a Directory

  • Here you will find information on how to use LDAP to use other directories such as eDirectory or OpenLDAP as identity stores.

Option 4 - Using a SQL database

  • Here you will find information on how to use a SQL database as an identity store.

 

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