|The name of the connection as it will appear to users at our authentication point when there is a choice of connector.|
The address where OpenAthens can connect to your server. This address will need to be accessible by our services from outside of your network.
The port that your server uses for API traffic. You can specify a non-standard port if necessary.
Where the API calls should be sent
Your client ID
|Not normally required. Only has to be specified if you need to map or act on privileged attributes such as 'category-1'.|
Not normally required. Only has to be specified if you need to map or act on privileged attributes such as 'category-1'.
Not live = Can only be used in debug mode.
Live and not visible = Can only be used in debug mode.
Live & visible = production ready. Users will be able to access this login at the authentication point. If you have only one connection it will become the default login whenever your organisation is known (e.g. for any resources where access involves your entityID).
Changes to the status usually take effect within moments.
|Create local accounts|
Automatically - any user authenticated by your system is deemed ok and will be accepted by the system
Manually - only user IDs you have previously uploaded will be accepted by our systems. See how to limit which local accounts can sign in
|Remove local accounts|
Connections from us will come from the following IP addresses (5.198.136.*126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52) and your network team may need to be told. Changes to these addresses would be communicated in advance.