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Documentation update in progress

Anticipating the upcoming 1.1.0 freeDiameter release, the documentation on the website is being re-organized. Please don't panic if you see many broken links, the new content will be coming soon.

If you want a preview of the new version, please check-out the source code from the repository.


the freeDiameter team.

Old website

The previous website for freeDiameter is now discontinued, but kept around for archives.

The useful content from that site will be copied into this new site, the information being integrated into the documentation when it is useful.

About freeDiameter

freeDiameter is a implementation of the Diameter protocol specified in RFC3588. Diameter is a protocol for carrying Authentication, Authorization and Accounting information. It is an evolution of the widely-deployed RADIUS protocol. freeDiameter also implements the changes to the Diameter protocol introduced by the rfc3588bis Internet Draft (work in progress).

freeDiameter is open-source and released under a BSD compatible license. It is mainly written in the C language, which provides excellent performance and small memory footprint.

For additional detail about freeDiameter, please refer to its [source:freeDiameter/README README] file, as well as the Wiki.

If you require assistance with freeDiameter, please refer to these instructions.

You are of course welcome to contribute to this wiki and implementation. Please contact for getting you started.