With Ubiquiti access points, you can easily authenticate RADIUS via a RADIUS server. This means the admin doesn’t have to maintain local passwords for wireless authentication. Each CPE/radio can have its own account in the Splynx ISP Framework and its RADIUS server will authenticate UBNT CPEs.
Usually, ISP already has a PPPoE or similar authentication mechanism, which is why wireless RADIUS authentication is added to Splynx to existing customers as one new (empty) service.
In the first step, you need to define a Plan in Splynx with “0” prices and “0” in all other fields.
Then, we should add wireless service to the customer and enter his login and password.
It is also important to add AP to Splynx.
In the last step, we should enable Wireless Radius server authentication EAP on the UBNT router and set up a RADIUS server IP address and secret.
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