Sectona PAM integrates with Vasco Token for multi-factor authentication. It offers a choice of Digipass time-synchronous tokens. Vasco only provides the hardware tokens.
Before you begin
You need to setup a Vasco server in your environment.
Make sure the user has the hardware device that generates tokens.
Configuring Vasco Token with Sectona
To configure Vasco Token on Sectona, follow the below-recommended steps:
Login to PAM as an administrator.
Go to Configuration → Multifactor Authentication → Vasco Token.
Fill in the following details:
Primary Server: This specifies the IP address of the Vasco server.
Secondary Server: This specifies the alternate fallback server in case your primary server connection gets interrupted.
Port No: Specify the port number for server communication. The default port number is 1812.
Password/Shared Key: Provide the password for the specified username for authentication.
Timeout (Seconds): Provide the timeout period for communication attempts from the PAM server to the Vasco server.
Click on Active to activate the configuration.
Click on Save and Vasco Token MFA will be enabled.
For enabling Vasco Token MFA for users, the administrator will need to assign User Access Policy with MFA Type as Vasco Token. For more information, refer to Setting up user access policy.