5.1. Tokentype Configuration

In here default values for certain types of tokens can be configured.

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LinOTP Config part Token Config


5.1.1. Global - Default Settings

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Token Config tab Default Settings


DefaultResetFailCount

If this is set to true (checked), a successful logon with a token will reset the counter of the failed attempts to zero.

This is a default value. You may change this per token.

DefaultMaxFailCount

The FailCounter is a counter per token, that counts the failed logon attempts. Here you can set, how often the user may attempt to logon with a token, before this token is locked.

This is a default value. You may change this per token.

DefaultCountWindow

This is the window where the LinOTP server searches a matching counter to validate the OTP value.

DefaultSyncWindow

For event based (HOTP) tokens this is the counter window, how many blank presses LinOTP will calculated further from its last known counter.

This is a default value. You may change this per token.

DefaultOtpLen

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Tokens default OTP length

This is the length of the OTP value. This is used to split the OTP value from the OTP PIN. This is necessary for all token types.

This is a default value. You may change this per token.

DefaultChallengeValidityTime

This is the time in seconds for how long a created challenge can be used for authentication before it gets invalid.

5.1.2. OCRA2 Token - Default Settings

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OCRA2 token default values


Maximum concurrent OCRA2 challenges

Maximum number of simultaneous challenges OCRA2

OCRA2 challenge timeout

If the time after the challenge is rejected. This is a default value. You may change this per token.

5.1.3. QRToken - Default Settings

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QRToken default values


Maximum concurrent challenges

Maximum number of simultaneous QRToken challenges. Default ‘4’

Challenge Timeout

The time (in sec) after the challenge is rejected. Default ‘150’

OTP length

This is the length of the OTP value. This is used to split the OTP value from the OTP PIN. This is necessary for all token types.

The default value is 8. You may change this per token.

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QRToken OTP length default values

Public key certificate

Defaults to ‘system’.

5.1.4. RADIUS Token - Default Settings

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RADIUS token default values


RADIUS server

FQDN or IP address of the used RADIUS servers. Input a comma seperated list.

Check PIN

Check PIN ‘locally’ or remote ‘on RADIUS server’.

RADIUS shared secret

The secret is used to configure the local client on the RADIUS server.

5.1.5. Remote Token - Default Settings

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Remote token default values


Remote server

FQDN or IP address of the used LinOTP servers. Input a comma seperated list.

Check PIN

Check PIN ‘locally’ or ‘on remote server’.

Remote realm

User are identified in these realms on remote LinOTP. Input a comma seperated list, if empty ????

Remote resolver

User are identified in these resolvers on remote LinOTP. Input a comma seperated list, if empty ????

5.1.6. TOTP Token - Default Settings

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TOTP token default values


timestep

TOTP tokens are time based OATH tokens defined in RFC 6238. The counter is calculated from the UNIX system time. The counter increases either all 30 (default) or 60 seconds. So you need to enter 30 or 60 here.

This is a default value for enroll new token. You may change this per token.

time offset

This is the drift of the LinOTP clock from the TOTP token clocks. Usually you should have no default drift, but have your LinOTP server clock synchronized using NTP. So this should be set to 0.

This is a default value. You may change this per token.

time lookup window

LinOTP can calculate and compare the OTP values from some seconds before the current time and after the current time. A sensible value could be 60 or 120, so that LinOTP will calculate and compare OTP values 1 or 2 minutes before the current time and after the current time. LinOTP use as default 300 sec.

This is a default value. You may change this per token.

5.1.7. Yubico Token - Default Settings

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Yubico token default values


Yubico ID

Yubico includes a Public ID for each OTP, allowing YubiKeys to be associated with user accounts. This can be configured with the ‘YubiKey Personalization Tool’.

No default

Yubico API key

A shared symmetric key for use with the Yubico. It can be configured with the ‘YubiKey Personalization Tool’.

No default