The new TinyRadius release features multiple small bug fixes and a switch to the Maven2 build architecture.
TinyRadius is a simple, small and fast Java Radius library capable of sending and receiving Radius packets of all types. It is released under the terms of the LGPL.
Version 0.9.6 includes bug fixes and features a new way of detecting duplicate packets in the RadiusServer component.
TinyRadius is a simple, small and fast Java Radius library capable of sending and receiving Radius packets of all types. The current release features greatly improved dictionary functions and easier access to Vendor-Specific Radius attributes as well as further minor improvements.
TinyRadius 0.9.2 has been released. This release contains minor feature enhancements regarding the Radius server component. The client IP address is exposed to the user of the RadiusServer class by including it in the callback routines accessRequestReceived() and accountingRequestReceived().
Today I have uploaded the first public release of TinyRadius. It allows your Java applications to easily communicate with Radius servers and Radius clients. The version number is 0.9b.