The Trust Router and those entities authorised to access it are managed through the Trust Router's
trust.cfg configuration file. This configuration file specifies the communities of interest, the registered identity realms and the servers that answer for those realms, and the service realms used by both the identity providers and the RP Proxies. The configuration file also specifies realm and domain filters and constraints.
The file is usually auto-generated from information held in a database, but in small configurations, it is possible to manually maintain the file and its constituent portions.
The Trust Router currently reads this file only once, when it loads. Any changes to the file require a restart of the Trust Router.
The Trust Router configuration file and format
- The complete guide to the configuration file for Trust Router 1.x
- The complete guide to the configuration file for Trust Router 2.x and 3.x
Sample configuration file
- A sample configuration file to get you started, for Trust Router 1.x
- A sample configuration file to get you started, for Trust Router 2.x and 3.x