The multi-factor authentication can be configured per Awingu domain.
There are a couple of options available under System Settings > Configure > User Connector: Multi-Factor Authentication.
- Workspace OTP: counter-based
This allows users to authenticate with the Google Authenticator App. Mind that other authenticator apps have limited support nowadays for counter-based OTP. Even Google's app suffers from a bug in recent versions.
- Workspace OTP: time-based
For customers who don't use federated authentication to integrate with an external Identity Provider (IdP), this is the most commonly used option.
There is limited support to integrate with RADIUS.
- Duo Security
This allows to integrate with the third-party solution Duo Security.
- SMS PASSCODE
This allows to integrate with the third-party solution SMS PASSCODE.
However, a lot of customers also set up a federated authentication using SAML or OpenID.
For example, the most common scenario seen in this case is users integrating with their Microsoft Azure environment. This way, users log on using their Microsoft account to Awingu. In this situation, it's possible to set up different multi-factor requirements on Azure.