Our AuthenticateMyWiFi service is a hosted or cloud-based service that enables you to use the Enterprise mode of Wi-Fi Protected Access—WPA or WP2—security for your Wi-Fi network.

 

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AuthenticateMyWiFi provides you with access to a RADIUS server, which is required for the enterprise-level Wi-Fi security. It provides 802.1X (PEAP) authentication for your network. Basically, our service gives you top-notch Wi-Fi security, without you having to invest time and money in setting up your own RADIUS server.

AuthenticateMyWiFi™ Features

Similar hosting companies just provide the authentication service, however we offer a full feature set:

 

AuthenticateMyWiFi provides more than just simple 802.1X authentication; gives you more control of your Wi-Fi security.

 

Works with All Operating Systems and Hardware

All Wi-Fi CERTIFIED hardware (wireless routers, access points, wireless adapters, etc) that supports WPA or WP2 Enterprise security (with the PEAP protocol) should work with the AuthenticateMyWiFi™ service. However, the Activity Logs are only available when the access point or wireless router supports RADIUS accounting; some consumer-level gear doesn't support it.

Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux are all supported

Our cloud RADIUS server works with all OSs that support standard 802.1X (PEAP) authentication

 

Our service also works with all mobile platforms that support the Enterprise mode of WPA/WPA2 security, such as: Apple iPad/iPod Touch/iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Nokia Windows Phone, and more.

Our hosted RADIUS service works with all mobile WiFi devices that support standard 802.1X (PEAP) authentication

AuthenticateMyWiFi™ Pricing

AuthenticateMyWiFi pricing depends upon number of WiFi users and APs required

For more than 200 users, contact us for a custom quote.

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Yearly subscriptions are on a year-to-year basis and monthly subscriptions are on a month-to-month basis. (Similar hosting companies offer monthly prices, but require a year contract.) At any time, you can cancel the subscription and you won't be charged again.

A single AuthenticateMyWiFi™ account can be used to support wireless routers and access points across multiple locations throughout the world. They just need to be connected to the Internet in order to work with our service.

Why We're Better Than Other RADIUS Servers

You'll find traditional RADIUS servers that can be used for 802.1X authentication. However, we offer a few things Windows Server IAS/NPS and other authentication servers don't:

  • Multi-location support: You can use our service among different locations and offices. Each access point (AP) can still be assigned its own shared secret (password). Traditional RADIUS servers don't work well over the Internet. If you want to use a traditional server to authenticate users at multiple locations, each office would need to be connected (a WAN or VPN links) or have a static Internet IP address and you'd be limited to using one secret for all the access points at the location (not as secure).

  • Saves you money: Our service starts at $14 a month or $140 a year. Traditional RADIUS servers can cost several hundred to a few thousand dollars--not including the cost of time in having IT staff install, configure, and maintain it.

  • Saves you time and energy: You'll be connecting to your enterprise-encrypted network in 15 minutes or less with our service. We even offer a user guide to help you configure your computers with the 802.1X settings. Understanding how RADIUS works and figuring out how to install and configure a server can take a long time.

  • Web-based control panel: You'll receive access to an online Control Panel where you can enter your wireless router or AP details, create user accounts, and manage other settings. Most other RADIUS server don't offer web-based admin access, some don't even provide a GUI.

Setting up the Service

Our step-by-step guide will help you set up your network with our service:

  1. Create accounts for your Wi-Fi users in the AuthenticateMyWiFi Control Panel and enter a few settings for your wireless router and/or access points (APs).

  2. Enter a few settings in each wireless router or access points (APs).

  3. Connect to your wireless network and enter a username and password you created in the AuthenticateMyWiFi Control Panel.

You can change the usernames, passwords, and revoke access when you wish via the AuthenticateMyWiFi control panel. Plus for each user you can optionally restrict access by login times (ie Monday - Friday 8am to 6pm), limit access via a particular Wi-Fi computer/device (ie their company issued laptop), or via a certain AP.

AuthenticateMyWiFi™ Control Panel

The following are screen shots of the web-based control panel used to configure the service:

 

Access Points (APs)

Access Points (APs) page

Here's where you input the details of your wireless router or APs.

 

User Accounts

User Accounts page

Here you create the usernames and passwords for your users to login to the wireless network.

 

Logs

Logs page

Here you can see view who has logged onto the network, the MAC address of the end-user device and the AP used, and the times of usage.

 

Login Times

Login Times page

Here you can optionally specify exactly when a user can login.

 

Expirations

Expirations page

Here you can optionally specify at what day and time to stop a user from logging onto the network.

 

User-to-Device Assignments

User-to-Device Assignments page

Here you can optionally restrict which computers or devices a user can login from.

 

User-to-AP Assignments

User-to-AP Assignments page

Here you can optionally restrict which wireless router or AP a user is allowed to login through.

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