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-== Managing Subscribers
-Subscribers are kept in a local SQLite database file and can be managed via VTY
-and CTRL interfaces.
-This section provides some examples; also refer to the OsmoHLR VTY reference
-manual <<vty-ref-osmohlr>> as well as the Control interface described in
-=== Example: Add/Update/Delete Subscriber via VTY
-The following telnet VTY session adds a subscriber complete with GSM (2G) and
-UMTS (3G and 2G) authentication tokens, and finally removes the subscriber
-again; it assumes that osmo-hlr is running and listening for telnet VTY
-connections on localhost:
-$ telnet localhost 4258
-=== Subscriber Parameters
-The following parameters are managed for each subscriber of the HLR, modelled
-roughly after 3GPP TS 23.008, version 13.3.0; note that not all of these
-parameters are necessarily in active use.
-The `aud3g` table also applies to 2G networks: it provides UMTS AKA tokens for
-Milenage authentication, which is available both on 3G and 2G networks. On 2G,
-when both MS and network are R99 capable (like OsmoMSC and OsmoSGSN are), the
-full UMTS AKA with Milenage keys from `aud_3g`, using AUTN and extended RES
-tokens, is available. With pre-R99 MS or network configurations, the GSM AKA
-compatible variant of Milenage, still using the Milenage keys from `aud_3g` but
-transceiving only RAND and SRES, may be applicable. (See 3GPP TS 33.102, chapter
-6.8.1, Authentication and key agreement of UMTS subscribers.)
-.OsmoHLR's subscriber parameters
-|imsi|901700000014701|identity of the SIM/USIM, 3GPP TS 23.008 chapter
-|msisdn|2342123|number to dial to reach this subscriber (multiple MSISDNs can be stored per subscriber), 3GPP TS 23.008 chapter 2.1.2
-|imeisv|4234234234234275|identity of the mobile device and software version, 3GPP TS 23.008 chapter 2.2.3
-|aud2g.algo|comp128v3|Authentication algorithm ID for GSM AKA, corresponds to enum osmo_auth_algo
-|||Subscriber's secret key (128bit)
-|aud3g.algo|milenage|Authentication algorithm ID for UMTS AKA (applies to both 3G and 2G networks), corresponds to enum osmo_auth_algo
-|aud3g.k|(32 hexadecimal digits)|Subscriber's secret key (128bit)
-|aud3g.op|(32 hexadecimal digits)|Operator's secret key (128bit)
-|aud3g.opc|(32 hexadecimal digits)|Secret key derived from OP and K (128bit), alternative to using OP which does not disclose OP to subscribers
-|aud3g.sqn|123|Sequence number of last used key (64bit unsigned)
-|aud3g.ind_bitlen|5|Nr of index bits at lower SQN end
-|vlr_number||3GPP TS 23.008 chapter 2.4.5
-|hlr_number||3GPP TS 23.008 chapter 2.4.6
-|sgsn_number||3GPP TS 23.008 chapter
-|sgsn_address||3GPP TS 23.008 chapter 2.13.10
-|ggsn_number||3GPP TS 23.008 chapter
-|gmlc_number||3GPP TS 23.008 chapter
-|smsc_number||3GPP TS 23.008 chapter 2.4.23
-|periodic_lu_tmr||3GPP TS 23.008 chapter 2.4.24
-|periodic_rau_tau_tmr||3GPP TS 23.008 chapter 2.13.115
-|nam_cs|1|Enable/disable voice access (3GPP TS 23.008 chapter network access mode)
-|nam_ps|0|Enable/disable data access (3GPP TS 23.008 chapter network access mode)
-|lmsi||3GPP TS 23.008 chapter 2.1.8
-|ms_purged_cs|0|3GPP TS 23.008 chapter 2.7.5
-|ms_purged_ps|1|3GPP TS 23.008 chapter 2.7.6