The Network Access Identifier (NAI) is the user identity submitted by the hotspot
requesting client during authentication. The standard syntax is
user@realm. NAI is frequently used when roaming, to identify
the user and assist in routing an authentication request to the user's
authentication server. The realm name is often the domain name of the service
Provide a realm name.
|Index||Select an EAP instance index from 1 to 10 to apply to this hotspot‘s EAP credential exchange and verification session. NAIs are often user identifiers in the EAP authentication protocol|
|Method||Set an EAP method for the NAI realm.
Options include identity, otp, gtc, rsa-public-key, tls, sim, ttls, peap, ms-auth, ms-authv2, fast, psk, and ikev2
|Authentication Type||Specify the EAP method authentication type.
Options include expanded-eap, non-eap-inner, inner-eap, expanded-inner-eap, credential, tunn-eap-credential, and vendor
|Authentication Value||If you are setting the authentication type to
or tunnel-eap-credential, define an
authentication value that must be shared with the EAP
credential validation server resource.
Options include chap, mschap, mschapv2, and pap
|Authentication Vendor ID||If the authentication type is set to either expanded-eap or expanded-inner-eap, set a six-character authentication vendor ID. This ID must match the ID utilized by the EAP server resource|
|Authentication Vendor Specific||If required, add 2 to 510 character vendor-specific authentication data required for the selected authentication type. Type the value in an a- FA -F0-9 format|
|Authentication Vendor Type||Set an eight-character authentication vendor type used exclusively for the expanded-eap or expanded-inner-eap authentication types|