1. Overview and important notes RCDevs now offers all of its enterprise solutions in SaaS/cloud mode. There are two cloud infrastructure options available: A mutualized cloud infrastructure: This infrastructure is designed in cluster mode and is hosted and maintained by RCDevs. It allows multiple customers to be hosted on the same backends, with each customer being able to manage their own applications and services. Resource allocation is limited and controlled per tenant based on their license type and user volume.
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1. General overview This documentation provides a brief overview of a few integrations after you have created and configured your OpenOTP cloud tenant on RCDevs Mutualized Cloud Infrastructure or subscribed to the Dedicated Cloud Infrastructure. Please note that the descriptions of each product in this documentation are not fully comprehensive. For more detailed information about a specific product, I recommend referring to the “Advanced Configuration” sections where you will find the relevant references and resources for further exploration.
1. Overview This documentation provides a step-by-step guide on how to configure the OpenOTP Cloud Bridge Virtual Appliance. The appliance is a pre-installed Rocky Linux 9.1 with the necessary RCDevs software packages. It includes the following components: Radius Bridge (installed in /opt/radiusd/). LDAP Bridge (installed in /opt/ldproxy). RCDevs strongly recommends using the Virtual Appliance or deploying LDAP and Radius Bridges on a dedicated server within your infrastructure. This ensures the secure communication of these protocols without transporting them over the internet.
1. Overview In this documentation, we will focus on configuring your On-Premise VPN server with the OpenOTP Cloud solution (either Mutualized Cloud or Dedicated Cloud). Typically, VPN integration involves using the Radius, LDAP or SAML/OpenID with some VPN solutions. For SSL VPNs working with SAML or OpenID, that documentation is not explaining how to configure your VPN with SAML/OpenID. Please, refer to OpenID/SAML documentation. However, it’s important to note that the Radius protocol was not specifically designed for transport over the internet.