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A simple django freeipa rpc authentication backend app with a simple server failover solution.

Project description

Django FreeIPA Auth is a backend authentication app with a simple server failover solution which can be included in a project’s authentication backends. This app communicates with a specified FreeIPA host server and authenticates a user to the django app upon successful freeIPA login.

Detailed documentation is in the “docs” directory.

Quick start

  1. Install using pip:

    pip install django_freeipa_auth

    If running on an old version of python without security updates, include the security marker:

    pip install django_freeipa_auth[security]
  2. Add “freeipa_auth” to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this:

  3. Add “freeipa_auth.backends.FreeIpaRpcAuthBackend” to your AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS in your settings file like this:

  4. Override settings in your settings file like this:

    FREEIPA_AUTH_SERVER = "" # defaults to None
    FREEIPA_AUTH_FAILOVER_SERVER = "" # defaults to None
    FREEIPA_AUTH_SSL_VERIFY = True # this would be the path to the ssl cert used
    FREEIPA_AUTH_UPDATE_USER_GROUPS = True # defaults to False
    FREEIPA_AUTH_USER_ATTRS_MAP = {"first_name": "givenname", "last_name": "sn", "email": "mail"}
  5. Start the development server and visit to login via freeipa rpc authentication.

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