Menu path: Setup > Sessions > Evidian AuthMgr > Evidian AuthMgr Sessions > [Session name] > Connection

In this area, you can specify the settings for the connection between Evidian AuthMgr and the server.

Protocol: Protocol that is used for user access.
Possible values:

  • "HTTP"
  • "HTTPS"

Server: IP address or DNS name that is used for user access.

Port: Port that is used for user access.
Possible values:

  • "9764 (HTTP)"
  • "9765 (HTTPS)"
  • "Custom"

Custom port: If you selected "Custom" above, you can enter a port of your own here.

Path to service: Service path that is used for user access. (Default: /soap)

CA certificate: Path to the CA certificate with file name. The certificate is needed for HTTPS connections. (Example: /wfs/ca-certs/ca.crt)

  • Download the Certificate for Evidain from the EAM in base64 encoded x509 CER format,
  • Convert it to crt by the following command: openssl x509 -inform PEM -in YOUR_CERT.cer -out YOUR_CRT.crt
  • Eventually move YOUR_CRT.crt to the endpoint

Roaming session secret: Password for the roaming session.

Fallback User Access Services

Click on the logo to specify up to four alternative connections. These will be used if the primary authentication server is not available. The alternative servers will be queried in sequence.