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matrix: Update homeserver config from sample_config.yaml

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......@@ -57,11 +57,16 @@ server_name: "{{ matrix_server_name }}"
#
#web_client_location: https://riot.example.com/
# The public-facing base URL that clients use to access this HS
# (not including _matrix/...). This is the same URL a user would
# enter into the 'custom HS URL' field on their client. If you
# use synapse with a reverse proxy, this should be the URL to reach
# synapse via the proxy.
# The public-facing base URL that clients use to access this Homeserver (not
# including _matrix/...). This is the same URL a user might enter into the
# 'Custom Homeserver URL' field on their client. If you use Synapse with a
# reverse proxy, this should be the URL to reach Synapse via the proxy.
# Otherwise, it should be the URL to reach Synapse's client HTTP listener (see
# 'listeners' below).
#
# If this is left unset, it defaults to 'https://<server_name>/'. (Note that
# that will not work unless you configure Synapse or a reverse-proxy to listen
# on port 443.)
#
public_baseurl: https://{{ matrix_domain }}/
......@@ -1156,8 +1161,9 @@ account_validity:
# send an email to the account's email address with a renewal link. By
# default, no such emails are sent.
#
# If you enable this setting, you will also need to fill out the 'email' and
# 'public_baseurl' configuration sections.
# If you enable this setting, you will also need to fill out the 'email'
# configuration section. You should also check that 'public_baseurl' is set
# correctly.
#
#renew_at: 1w
......@@ -1248,8 +1254,7 @@ registration_shared_secret: "{{ vault_matrix_secrets.registration_shared_secret
# The identity server which we suggest that clients should use when users log
# in on this server.
#
# (By default, no suggestion is made, so it is left up to the client.
# This setting is ignored unless public_baseurl is also set.)
# (By default, no suggestion is made, so it is left up to the client.)
#
default_identity_server: https://matrix.org
......@@ -1274,8 +1279,6 @@ default_identity_server: https://matrix.org
# by the Matrix Identity Service API specification:
# https://matrix.org/docs/spec/identity_service/latest
#
# If a delegate is specified, the config option public_baseurl must also be filled out.
#
account_threepid_delegates:
#email: https://example.com # Delegate email sending to example.com
msisdn: https://vector.im
......@@ -1714,141 +1717,173 @@ saml2_config:
#idp_entityid: 'https://our_idp/entityid'
# Enable OpenID Connect (OIDC) / OAuth 2.0 for registration and login.
# List of OpenID Connect (OIDC) / OAuth 2.0 identity providers, for registration
# and login.
#
# See https://github.com/matrix-org/synapse/blob/master/docs/openid.md
# for some example configurations.
# Options for each entry include:
#
oidc_config:
# Uncomment the following to enable authorization against an OpenID Connect
# server. Defaults to false.
#
#enabled: true
# Uncomment the following to disable use of the OIDC discovery mechanism to
# discover endpoints. Defaults to true.
#
#discover: false
# the OIDC issuer. Used to validate tokens and (if discovery is enabled) to
# discover the provider's endpoints.
#
# Required if 'enabled' is true.
#
#issuer: "https://accounts.example.com/"
# oauth2 client id to use.
#
# Required if 'enabled' is true.
#
#client_id: "provided-by-your-issuer"
# oauth2 client secret to use.
#
# Required if 'enabled' is true.
#
#client_secret: "provided-by-your-issuer"
# auth method to use when exchanging the token.
# Valid values are 'client_secret_basic' (default), 'client_secret_post' and
# 'none'.
#
#client_auth_method: client_secret_post
# list of scopes to request. This should normally include the "openid" scope.
# Defaults to ["openid"].
#
#scopes: ["openid", "profile"]
# the oauth2 authorization endpoint. Required if provider discovery is disabled.
#
#authorization_endpoint: "https://accounts.example.com/oauth2/auth"
# the oauth2 token endpoint. Required if provider discovery is disabled.
#
#token_endpoint: "https://accounts.example.com/oauth2/token"
# the OIDC userinfo endpoint. Required if discovery is disabled and the
# "openid" scope is not requested.
#
#userinfo_endpoint: "https://accounts.example.com/userinfo"
# URI where to fetch the JWKS. Required if discovery is disabled and the
# "openid" scope is used.
#
#jwks_uri: "https://accounts.example.com/.well-known/jwks.json"
# Uncomment to skip metadata verification. Defaults to false.
#
# Use this if you are connecting to a provider that is not OpenID Connect
# compliant.
# Avoid this in production.
#
#skip_verification: true
# Whether to fetch the user profile from the userinfo endpoint. Valid
# values are: "auto" or "userinfo_endpoint".
#
# Defaults to "auto", which fetches the userinfo endpoint if "openid" is included
# in `scopes`. Uncomment the following to always fetch the userinfo endpoint.
#
#user_profile_method: "userinfo_endpoint"
# Uncomment to allow a user logging in via OIDC to match a pre-existing account instead
# of failing. This could be used if switching from password logins to OIDC. Defaults to false.
#
allow_existing_users: true
# An external module can be provided here as a custom solution to mapping
# attributes returned from a OIDC provider onto a matrix user.
#
user_mapping_provider:
# The custom module's class. Uncomment to use a custom module.
# Default is 'synapse.handlers.oidc_handler.JinjaOidcMappingProvider'.
#
# See https://github.com/matrix-org/synapse/blob/master/docs/sso_mapping_providers.md#openid-mapping-providers
# for information on implementing a custom mapping provider.
#
#module: mapping_provider.OidcMappingProvider
# Custom configuration values for the module. This section will be passed as
# a Python dictionary to the user mapping provider module's `parse_config`
# method.
#
# The examples below are intended for the default provider: they should be
# changed if using a custom provider.
#
config:
# name of the claim containing a unique identifier for the user.
# Defaults to `sub`, which OpenID Connect compliant providers should provide.
#
#subject_claim: "sub"
# Jinja2 template for the localpart of the MXID.
#
# When rendering, this template is given the following variables:
# * user: The claims returned by the UserInfo Endpoint and/or in the ID
# Token
#
# If this is not set, the user will be prompted to choose their
# own username.
#
localpart_template: "{{ '{{ user.preferred_username }}' }}"
# Jinja2 template for the display name to set on first login.
#
# If unset, no displayname will be set.
#
#display_name_template: "{{ '{{ user.given_name }} {{ user.last_name }}' }}"
# Jinja2 templates for extra attributes to send back to the client during
# login.
#
# Note that these are non-standard and clients will ignore them without modifications.
#
#extra_attributes:
#birthdate: "{{ '{{ user.birthdate }}' }}"
# idp_id: a unique identifier for this identity provider. Used internally
# by Synapse; should be a single word such as 'github'.
#
# Note that, if this is changed, users authenticating via that provider
# will no longer be recognised as the same user!
#
# idp_name: A user-facing name for this identity provider, which is used to
# offer the user a choice of login mechanisms.
#
# idp_icon: An optional icon for this identity provider, which is presented
# by identity picker pages. If given, must be an MXC URI of the format
# mxc://<server-name>/<media-id>. (An easy way to obtain such an MXC URI
# is to upload an image to an (unencrypted) room and then copy the "url"
# from the source of the event.)
#
# discover: set to 'false' to disable the use of the OIDC discovery mechanism
# to discover endpoints. Defaults to true.
#
# issuer: Required. The OIDC issuer. Used to validate tokens and (if discovery
# is enabled) to discover the provider's endpoints.
#
# client_id: Required. oauth2 client id to use.
#
# client_secret: Required. oauth2 client secret to use.
#
# client_auth_method: auth method to use when exchanging the token. Valid
# values are 'client_secret_basic' (default), 'client_secret_post' and
# 'none'.
#
# scopes: list of scopes to request. This should normally include the "openid"
# scope. Defaults to ["openid"].
#
# authorization_endpoint: the oauth2 authorization endpoint. Required if
# provider discovery is disabled.
#
# token_endpoint: the oauth2 token endpoint. Required if provider discovery is
# disabled.
#
# userinfo_endpoint: the OIDC userinfo endpoint. Required if discovery is
# disabled and the 'openid' scope is not requested.
#
# jwks_uri: URI where to fetch the JWKS. Required if discovery is disabled and
# the 'openid' scope is used.
#
# skip_verification: set to 'true' to skip metadata verification. Use this if
# you are connecting to a provider that is not OpenID Connect compliant.
# Defaults to false. Avoid this in production.
#
# user_profile_method: Whether to fetch the user profile from the userinfo
# endpoint. Valid values are: 'auto' or 'userinfo_endpoint'.
#
# Defaults to 'auto', which fetches the userinfo endpoint if 'openid' is
# included in 'scopes'. Set to 'userinfo_endpoint' to always fetch the
# userinfo endpoint.
#
# allow_existing_users: set to 'true' to allow a user logging in via OIDC to
# match a pre-existing account instead of failing. This could be used if
# switching from password logins to OIDC. Defaults to false.
#
# user_mapping_provider: Configuration for how attributes returned from a OIDC
# provider are mapped onto a matrix user. This setting has the following
# sub-properties:
#
# module: The class name of a custom mapping module. Default is
# 'synapse.handlers.oidc_handler.JinjaOidcMappingProvider'.
# See https://github.com/matrix-org/synapse/blob/master/docs/sso_mapping_providers.md#openid-mapping-providers
# for information on implementing a custom mapping provider.
#
# config: Configuration for the mapping provider module. This section will
# be passed as a Python dictionary to the user mapping provider
# module's `parse_config` method.
#
# For the default provider, the following settings are available:
#
# sub: name of the claim containing a unique identifier for the
# user. Defaults to 'sub', which OpenID Connect compliant
# providers should provide.
#
# localpart_template: Jinja2 template for the localpart of the MXID.
# If this is not set, the user will be prompted to choose their
# own username.
#
# display_name_template: Jinja2 template for the display name to set
# on first login. If unset, no displayname will be set.
#
# extra_attributes: a map of Jinja2 templates for extra attributes
# to send back to the client during login.
# Note that these are non-standard and clients will ignore them
# without modifications.
#
# When rendering, the Jinja2 templates are given a 'user' variable,
# which is set to the claims returned by the UserInfo Endpoint and/or
# in the ID Token.
#
# See https://github.com/matrix-org/synapse/blob/master/docs/openid.md
# for information on how to configure these options.
#
# For backwards compatibility, it is also possible to configure a single OIDC
# provider via an 'oidc_config' setting. This is now deprecated and admins are
# advised to migrate to the 'oidc_providers' format. (When doing that migration,
# use 'oidc' for the idp_id to ensure that existing users continue to be
# recognised.)
#
oidc_providers:
# Generic example
#
#- idp_id: my_idp
# idp_name: "My OpenID provider"
# idp_icon: "mxc://example.com/mediaid"
# discover: false
# issuer: "https://accounts.example.com/"
# client_id: "provided-by-your-issuer"
# client_secret: "provided-by-your-issuer"
# client_auth_method: client_secret_post
# scopes: ["openid", "profile"]
# authorization_endpoint: "https://accounts.example.com/oauth2/auth"
# token_endpoint: "https://accounts.example.com/oauth2/token"
# userinfo_endpoint: "https://accounts.example.com/userinfo"
# jwks_uri: "https://accounts.example.com/.well-known/jwks.json"
# skip_verification: true
# For use with Keycloak
#
#- idp_id: keycloak
# idp_name: Keycloak
# issuer: "https://127.0.0.1:8443/auth/realms/my_realm_name"
# client_id: "synapse"
# client_secret: "copy secret generated in Keycloak UI"
# scopes: ["openid", "profile"]
# For use with Github
#
#- idp_id: github
# idp_name: Github
# discover: false
# issuer: "https://github.com/"
# client_id: "your-client-id" # TO BE FILLED
# client_secret: "your-client-secret" # TO BE FILLED
# authorization_endpoint: "https://github.com/login/oauth/authorize"
# token_endpoint: "https://github.com/login/oauth/access_token"
# userinfo_endpoint: "https://api.github.com/user"
# scopes: ["read:user"]
# user_mapping_provider:
# config:
# subject_claim: "id"
# localpart_template: "{ user.login }"
# display_name_template: "{ user.name }"
# Arch Linux accounts
#
#- idp_id: oidc
# idp_name: "Arch Linux"
# idp_icon: "mxc://archlinux.org/iQmyhmksPLmphXWFUxiLEwVw"
# issuer: "https://accounts.archlinux.org/auth/realms/archlinux"
# client_id: "openid_matrix"
# client_secret: "your-client-secret" # TO BE FILLED
# scopes: ["openid", "profile"]
# allow_existing_users: true
# user_mapping_provider:
# config:
# localpart_template: "{{ '{{ user.preferred_username }}' }}"
# display_name_template: "{{ '{{ user.name | default(user.preferred_username, true) }}' }}"
# Enable Central Authentication Service (CAS) for registration and login.
......@@ -1898,9 +1933,9 @@ sso:
# phishing attacks from evil.site. To avoid this, include a slash after the
# hostname: "https://my.client/".
#
# If public_baseurl is set, then the login fallback page (used by clients
# that don't natively support the required login flows) is whitelisted in
# addition to any URLs in this list.
# The login fallback page (used by clients that don't natively support the
# required login flows) is automatically whitelisted in addition to any URLs
# in this list.
#
# By default, this list is empty.
#
......@@ -1914,6 +1949,31 @@ sso:
#
# Synapse will look for the following templates in this directory:
#
# * HTML page to prompt the user to choose an Identity Provider during
# login: 'sso_login_idp_picker.html'.
#
# This is only used if multiple SSO Identity Providers are configured.
#
# When rendering, this template is given the following variables:
# * redirect_url: the URL that the user will be redirected to after
# login. Needs manual escaping (see
# https://jinja.palletsprojects.com/en/2.11.x/templates/#html-escaping).
#
# * server_name: the homeserver's name.
#
# * providers: a list of available Identity Providers. Each element is
# an object with the following attributes:
# * idp_id: unique identifier for the IdP
# * idp_name: user-facing name for the IdP
#
# The rendered HTML page should contain a form which submits its results
# back as a GET request, with the following query parameters:
#
# * redirectUrl: the client redirect URI (ie, the `redirect_url` passed
# to the template)
#
# * idp: the 'idp_id' of the chosen IDP.
#
# * HTML page for a confirmation step before redirecting back to the client
# with the login token: 'sso_redirect_confirm.html'.
#
......@@ -1949,6 +2009,14 @@ sso:
#
# This template has no additional variables.
#
# * HTML page shown after a user-interactive authentication session which
# does not map correctly onto the expected user: 'sso_auth_bad_user.html'.
#
# When rendering, this template is given the following variables:
# * server_name: the homeserver's name.
# * user_id_to_verify: the MXID of the user that we are trying to
# validate.
#
# * HTML page shown during single sign-on if a deactivated user (according to Synapse's database)
# attempts to login: 'sso_account_deactivated.html'.
#
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