Thanks for the answers really appreciate that.
I solved my Problem, but I already have another.
# But lets start with my **use case**:
I am currently working at a organization called fragmentiX as a summer trainee. My Project is to implement a 2FA for our Web-Apps. Super Gluu would fit very good in our environment. This is what I want to do; I want a 2FA Portal which can authenticate you and it will **redirect** you to our Web-Apps. **Example**: I want to connect to iTop via browser, it will get me to the Super Gluu Page where i need to enter a code from my **phone** and a username and password, when the auth was successfully I will get redirected to iTop. Thats the basic idea.
# How far am I with the implementation:
I have setup the Gluu server successfully (I can login and config...) . The issue was that I could only connect to the GUI / Login Page when I'm connecting from the **SAME** machine where the Gluu server is installed. So I installed a Ubuntu with desktop to connect with the browser to the login. Is that on **purpose**? Should it be so that you can **only** access the login / GUI with the server where Gluu is installed? If not, how can I solve it?
# What is my Goal:
I am interested in Gluu. It is very feature rich, has a lot of configuration options, everything sounds very reasonable. But I am completely new to this topic and I really want to understand **how** this is working and **how** I can implement this 2FA. This is my **first** bigger project and I am really behind it. So explaining to me what is going on with super Gluu and what are the first steps to solve my problem mentioned above would be **huuuuge** help to me.
Regards - Alex