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What ISP software are people using?

Wed Jan 18, 2017 7:00 am

We deploy wireless and wired links but use MikroTik routers everywhere. Looking for an idea on what other people use to do bandwidth accounting for users, set speed profiles, provide reports/billing etc. We're currently using Splynx but hitting snags along the way, and their helpdesk is fairly lackluctre. So looking for some alternatives

We need software to setup PPPoE as well as MAC based authentication to be logged against user accounts
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Re: What ISP software are people using?

Wed Jan 18, 2017 7:37 am

We use Duxtel's Internet Commander (http://www.duxtel.com.au/duxtel_internet_commander.html) to manage a hotspot in a motel, but it can do all those things too. It's not perfect, but Mike at Duxtel is always very helpful when we have any issues.
 
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Re: What ISP software are people using?

Tue Nov 27, 2018 3:35 pm

We deploy wireless and wired links but use MikroTik routers everywhere. Looking for an idea on what other people use to do bandwidth accounting for users, set speed profiles, provide reports/billing etc. We're currently using Splynx but hitting snags along the way, and their helpdesk is fairly lackluctre. So looking for some alternatives

We need software to setup PPPoE as well as MAC based authentication to be logged against user accounts
You may check out baseflexisp.com incredibly easy to use.
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Re: What ISP software are people using?

Tue Nov 27, 2018 8:46 pm

check the dma radius manager www.dmasoftlab.com
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Re: What ISP software are people using?

Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:53 pm

I have been deploying Sonar for quite a few consulting customers lately including our own WISP.

https://sonar.software
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Re: What ISP software are people using?

Tue Jun 18, 2019 7:29 pm

I'm WISP and use SPLINX for a while and really happy with that. There are many things what guys can improve, but the main purpose for me is a Radius server and full control of IP addresses of routers and antennas. This is working perfectly and I forgot, at last, all my excel sheets nightmare. Also, after I purchased it and had lots of questions the support team were very helpful and replied very quick.
 
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Re: What ISP software are people using?

Mon Jul 01, 2019 3:14 pm

We are using splynx,

We have a mikrotik based network throughout and the integration, billing and metering is working excellently.

Their service is also always prompt and good.

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