EAA Client Network types

Open the EAA Client to see the different types of network, based on the user's location.

Open the EAA Client to check the different types of network.

The different types of network supported by the EAA Client are:

Types of network indicated by EAA Client
Network type Meaning
On-premises When a user is inside a trusted network like a corporate IT network. This occurs when the EAA administrator enables trusted network in the identity provider and user satisfies the trusted network policy. The user can override the trusted network settings on his machine inside EAA Client.
On-premises (using Proxy) When a user is inside a trusted network like a corporate IT network and a proxy server is being used. This occurs when the EAA administrator enables a trusted network in the identity provider and user satisfies the trusted network policy, and the user has authenticated with the proxy server with the correct proxy credentials. The user can override the trusted network settings on his machine inside EAA Client.
Public When a user is outside a trusted network like a public network in a coffee-shop. This occurs when the EAA administrator enables trusted network in the identity provider and the user does not satisfy the trusted network policy. Or the trusted network feature is disabled in the identity provider.
Public (using Proxy) When you have enabled a proxy server and authenticated with the correct proxy credentials, EAA Client sends the traffic though the proxy server to reach the application server.
Captive portal When the user is in a public network like a coffee-shop and has connected to the captive portal page, but has not authenticated with the credentials. He is not connected to the internet.
Not Connected When the user has no internet connection.