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CLI Reference

config user saml-idp

Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) defines an XML-based framework for describing and exchanging security information among online business entities. It is the most popular protocol for implementing Web SSO.

The SAML protocol has two components—the Service Provider (SP) and the Identify Provider (IDP). They use SAML-defined formatted XML to talk to each other and deliver the identity information called Authentication Assertion.

Use this command to configure a saml-idp user.

Syntax

config user saml-idp

edit <name>

set comments <string>

set idp-file <datasource>

next

end

name

Specify a unique name for the SAML service provider.

comments

Set a string for comments.

idp-file

Select a preexisting idp-file.

Example

adc-3-228 (root) # config user saml-idp

adc-3-228 (saml-idp) # edit 1

adc-3-228 (1) # set comments "hello"

adc-3-228 (1) # get

comments : hello

idp-file : fortiauth-idp-666 (available)

adc-3-228 (saml-idp) # end

 

 

config user saml-idp

Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) defines an XML-based framework for describing and exchanging security information among online business entities. It is the most popular protocol for implementing Web SSO.

The SAML protocol has two components—the Service Provider (SP) and the Identify Provider (IDP). They use SAML-defined formatted XML to talk to each other and deliver the identity information called Authentication Assertion.

Use this command to configure a saml-idp user.

Syntax

config user saml-idp

edit <name>

set comments <string>

set idp-file <datasource>

next

end

name

Specify a unique name for the SAML service provider.

comments

Set a string for comments.

idp-file

Select a preexisting idp-file.

Example

adc-3-228 (root) # config user saml-idp

adc-3-228 (saml-idp) # edit 1

adc-3-228 (1) # set comments "hello"

adc-3-228 (1) # get

comments : hello

idp-file : fortiauth-idp-666 (available)

adc-3-228 (saml-idp) # end