Authelia is an open-source authentication and authorization server providing two-factor authentication and single sign-on (SSO) for your applications via a web portal.
- Password reset with identity verification using email confirmation.
- Access restriction after too many invalid authentication attempts.
- Fine-grained access control using rules which match criteria like subdomain, user, user group membership, request URI, the request method, and network.
- The choice between one-factor and two-factor policies per-rule.
- Support of basic authentication for endpoints protected by the one-factor policy.
- Highly available using a remote database and Redis as a highly available KV store.
To assist you in building your configuration, we have used frequent placeholders for you to easily find and replace with your own specific information. This allows a quick Find/Replace in your preferred text editor.
- YOURPASSWORD - Password which you have set, with respect to the section you are reading. i.e. MySQL passwords should be different from your Redis password.
- YOURDOMAIN - Your own domain name
- SERVERIP - Local IP address of your host server. i.e. 192.168.1.50
- CONTAINERPORT - Port the container is running on.
- CONTAINERNAME - Name of the container to be proxied. i.e. 'monitorr'
- CONTAINERIP - IP address of the container.
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