Please, help identifying hash type
#1
Hash looks like
$h$6$[a-zA-Z0-9\+]{16}$[font=Helvetica Neue][a-zA-Z0-9\+]{87}==[/font]
Globally, looks like some kind of SHA-512, but there is $ sign, which presence confused me.
First part '[font=Helvetica Neue][a-zA-Z0-9\+]{16}' looks like MD5, but have '+' sign in it.[/font]
[font=Helvetica Neue]Second part is similar to base64, but decoding results with unreadable characters.[/font]

Thanks in advance
#2
It would help to tell us where you got the hash from, it saves us searching for it and discovering it is a HP Switch config password. On http://h20628.www2.hp.com/km-ext/kmcsdir...9503-1.pdf you can see it being used in config as "password hash $h$6$[...]$[...]== ".

Is this also where you got your hash from?

It could be this: http://inejge.github.io/pwhash/pwhash/sha512_crypt/ but you would need to test by setting a known password first.
#3
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#4
Yes, sorry, forgot to mention, this is hash from HP switch backup file.
I was trying to bruteforce it with hachcat, but got 'Signature unmatched' error, and if I remove '$h' prefix, I got 'Token encoding exception'.
Anyway, thanks for the reply!