By: Alexander Hauser user 28 Jul 2021 at 2:09 a.m. CDT

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Hello Community / Support, I would like to implement the solution described below in our network. But i cant do this alone so I need help. # 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 I had 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

By Michael Schwartz Account Admin 28 Jul 2021 at 10:02 a.m. CDT

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This may be a little challenging for you. Check out the resources in []( I would especially read about the Casa 2FA portal. And also the Gluu Server Admin Guide section about authentication. Your connectivity sounds like a network/dns issue. You'll need to post more specific questions in order to engage the community support team.