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# hostapd user database for integrated EAP server

# Each line must contain an identity, EAP method(s), and an optional password
# separated with whitespace (space or tab). The identity and password must be
# double quoted ("user"). Password can alternatively be stored as
# NtPasswordHash (16-byte MD4 hash of the unicode presentation of the password
# in unicode) if it is used for MSCHAP or MSCHAPv2 authentication. This means
# that the plaintext password does not need to be included in the user file.
# Password hash is stored as hash:<16-octets of hex data> without quotation
# marks.

# [2] flag in the end of the line can be used to mark users for tunneled phase
# 2 authentication (e.g., within EAP-PEAP). In these cases, an anonymous
# identity can be used in the unencrypted phase 1 and the real user identity
# is transmitted only within the encrypted tunnel in phase 2. If non-anonymous
# access is needed, two user entries is needed, one for phase 1 and another
# with the same username for phase 2.
#
# EAP-TLS, EAP-PEAP, EAP-TTLS, EAP-FAST, EAP-SIM, and EAP-AKA do not use
# password option.
# EAP-MD5, EAP-MSCHAPV2, EAP-GTC, EAP-PAX, EAP-PSK, and EAP-SAKE require a
# password.
# EAP-PEAP, EAP-TTLS, and EAP-FAST require Phase 2 configuration.
#
# * can be used as a wildcard to match any user identity. The main purposes for
# this are to set anonymous phase 1 identity for EAP-PEAP and EAP-TTLS and to
# avoid having to configure every certificate for EAP-TLS authentication. The
# first matching entry is selected, so * should be used as the last phase 1
# user entry.
#
# "prefix"* can be used to match the given prefix and anything after this. The
# main purpose for this is to be able to avoid EAP method negotiation when the
# method is using known prefix in identities (e.g., EAP-SIM and EAP-AKA). This
# is only allowed for phase 1 identities.
#
# Multiple methods can be configured to make the authenticator try them one by
# one until the peer accepts one. The method names are separated with a
# comma (,).
#
# [ver=0] and [ver=1] flags after EAP type PEAP can be used to force PEAP
# version based on the Phase 1 identity. Without this flag, the EAP
# authenticator advertises the highest supported version and select the version
# based on the first PEAP packet from the supplicant.
#
# EAP-TTLS supports both EAP and non-EAP authentication inside the tunnel.
# Tunneled EAP methods are configured with standard EAP method name and [2]
# flag. Non-EAP methods can be enabled by following method names: TTLS-PAP,
# TTLS-CHAP, TTLS-MSCHAP, TTLS-MSCHAPV2. TTLS-PAP and TTLS-CHAP require a
# plaintext password while TTLS-MSCHAP and TTLS-MSCHAPV2 can use NT password
# hash.
#
# Arbitrary RADIUS attributes can be added into Access-Accept packets similarly
# to the way radius_auth_req_attr is used for Access-Request packet in
# hostapd.conf. For EAP server, this is configured separately for each user
# entry with radius_accept_attr=<value> line(s) following the main user entry
# line.

# Phase 1 users
"user"		MD5	"password"
"test user"	MD5	"secret"
"example user"	TLS
"DOMAIN\user"	MSCHAPV2	"password"
"gtc user"	GTC	"password"
"pax user"	PAX	"unknown"
"pax.user@example.com"	PAX	0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef
"psk user"	PSK	"unknown"
"psk.user@example.com"	PSK	0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef
"sake.user@example.com"	SAKE	0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef
"ttls"		TTLS
"not anonymous"	PEAP
# Default to EAP-SIM and EAP-AKA based on fixed identity prefixes
"0"*		AKA,TTLS,TLS,PEAP,SIM
"1"*		SIM,TTLS,TLS,PEAP,AKA
"2"*		AKA,TTLS,TLS,PEAP,SIM
"3"*		SIM,TTLS,TLS,PEAP,AKA
"4"*		AKA,TTLS,TLS,PEAP,SIM
"5"*		SIM,TTLS,TLS,PEAP,AKA
"6"*		AKA'
"7"*		AKA'
"8"*		AKA'

# Wildcard for all other identities
*		PEAP,TTLS,TLS,SIM,AKA

# Phase 2 (tunnelled within EAP-PEAP or EAP-TTLS) users
"t-md5"		MD5	"password"	[2]
"DOMAIN\t-mschapv2"	MSCHAPV2	"password"	[2]
"t-gtc"		GTC	"password"	[2]
"not anonymous"	MSCHAPV2	"password"	[2]
"user"		MD5,GTC,MSCHAPV2	"password"	[2]
"test user"	MSCHAPV2	hash:000102030405060708090a0b0c0d0e0f	[2]
"ttls-user"	TTLS-PAP,TTLS-CHAP,TTLS-MSCHAP,TTLS-MSCHAPV2	"password"	[2]

# Default to EAP-SIM and EAP-AKA based on fixed identity prefixes in phase 2
"0"*		AKA	[2]
"1"*		SIM	[2]
"2"*		AKA	[2]
"3"*		SIM	[2]
"4"*		AKA	[2]
"5"*		SIM	[2]
"6"*		AKA'	[2]
"7"*		AKA'	[2]
"8"*		AKA'	[2]