Will there be a Google Authenticator für VPN-Access?

Michael_I
Michael_I Posts: 41  Freshman Member
Hi,

will there be a Google Authenticator für VPN-Access?
That would be a great feature.

best regards


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  • MikeForshock
    MikeForshock Posts: 10
    Something needs to be addressed.
    We use 2FA for VPN at our locations and if we disable the HTTPS service for the latest incident mitigation, we cannot access the VPN!
  • Zyxel_Emily
    Zyxel_Emily Posts: 833  Zyxel Employee

    Hi @Michael_I,

    Currently only USG FLEX series on cloud support Google Authentication for VPN access.

    You can find the document which guides you how to configure 2FA on USG FLEX on cloud.

    https://community.zyxel.com/en/discussion/1685/2-factor-authentication-with-google-authenticator/p4

     

    @MikeForshock,

    We're aware of the limitation that 2FA uses management port (HTTPS) only.

    We will discuss the behavior internally and then enhance the feature.


  • Michael_I
    Michael_I Posts: 41  Freshman Member
    @Zyxel_Emily

    Thanks,

    are there plans to implement this on the ATP, too?




  • Zyxel_Emily
    Zyxel_Emily Posts: 833  Zyxel Employee
    edited June 30
    ATP series on cloud also support Google Authentication for VPN access, and it will be ready in Q4 2021.

    The feature will be enhanced in the next official version. It will be included in next release
  • Asgatlat
    Asgatlat Posts: 65  Ally Member
    ATP series on cloud also support Google Authentication for VPN access, and it will be ready in Q4 2021.

    not for Zywall series ?
  • Michael_I
    Michael_I Posts: 41  Freshman Member
    @Zyxel_Emily
    I´m confued, too. What means this "on cloud". For exaple Atp Series on cloud or USG Flex series "on cloud"?


    Thank you.

  • Zyxel_Vic
    Zyxel_Vic Posts: 246  Zyxel Employee
    Hi @Michael_I
    Sorry for confusing, on-cloud means that when the device is managed by Nebula Control Center (NCC). USG Flex series have 2 different modes, On-premise --> which means the firewall works as a standalone device and only can be managed on "device" directly, On-cloud --> means the device is managed from the NCC portal which is easier to manage multiple devices in one place (NCC)
  • Michael_I
    Michael_I Posts: 41  Freshman Member
    @Zyxel_Vic
    Thanks. We´re a small company with only one ATP. That means I need nebula in the future to use Google Authentication for VPN access in the future, or is there a plan to develop it for the standalone, too?

    Then i need a licence for the msp pack, right?

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