Connect Your PingFederate Server to Auth0

Auth0 lets you create PingFederate Server connections using the Auth0 Dashboard.

Create a new connection

If your PingFederate server is configured in the standard way, create a PingFederate connection by going to Dashboard > Connections > Enterprise and selecting PingFederate.

If additional setup is required, such as attribute mapping, create a new SAML connection instead of the PingFederate connection. To do this, go to Dashboard > Connections > Enterprise and select SAMLP Identity Provider.

Click Create New Connection and complete the form.

Field Description
Connection Name A descriptive name for the connection.
Email Domains (Optional) A comma-separated list of valid domains. Only needed if you want to use the Lock login widget.
PingFederate Server URL The URL for your PingFederate Server.
X509 Signing Certificate The PingFederate Server public key encoded in PEM or CER format. See the PingFederate documentation for instructions on managing your server's certificates.
Sign Request Enable or disable signing of the SAML authentication request. If enabled, you'll need to provide the PingFederate server with your tenant's certificate.
Sign Request Algorithm The algorithm Auth0 will use to sign the SAML assertions. Ensure this matches your PingFederate Server's configuration.
Sign Request Algorithm Digest The algorithm Auth0 will use for the sign request digest. Ensure this matches your PingFederate Server's configuration.

PingFederate Connection Configuration

If you're using a SAML connection you'll need to update the attribute mappings. Click on the Mappings tab and enter the following:

Click SAVE to continue.

Test the Connection

Once you've configured your PingFederate connection settings, you can test the connection.

Navigate to Dashboard > Connections > Enterprise. Select PingFederate or SAMLP Identity Provider depending on the connection you created above. Click the Try button for your connection. You'll be directed to a login page where you can log in as a user and try the connection.

That's it! You are now ready to start using your connection.