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OneLogin (SAML)

OneLogin provides SSO identity management. Cloudflare Access supports OneLogin as an SAML identity provider.

​​ Set up OneLogin (SAML)

To set up OneLogin (SAML) as your identity provider:

  1. Log in to your OneLogin admin portal.

  2. Select Apps > Add Apps.

  3. Under Find Applications, search for Cloudflare Access.

  4. Select the result sponsored by Cloudflare, Inc. You can customize the name or logo.

  5. Select Save. You can change this information at any time.

  6. Select the Configuration tab.

  7. In the Cloudflare Access Authorization Domain field, paste your team domain:


    You can find your team name in Zero Trust under Settings > Custom Pages.

  8. Select the Parameters tab, select Add Parameter and enter your values for Cloudflare Access Field.

  9. Select the Access tab

  10. In Roles, use the mapping to programmatically and automatically assign users that can access the application.

    OneLogin SAML Application Access interface with available Roles listed
  11. Select the SSO tab.

  12. Copy the OneLogin SAML 2.0 Endpoint (HTTP) to the Cloudflare Single Sign On URL.

  13. Copy the OneLogin Issuer URL to the Cloudflare IdP Entity ID.

  14. Copy the X.509 Certificate to the Cloudflare Signing Certificate.

    OneLogin SAML Application SSO interface with SAML2.0 sign on method, Issuer URL, and X.509 Certificate
  15. In Zero Trust, go to Settings > Authentication.

  16. Under Login methods, select Add new.

  17. Select SAML.

  18. Input the details from your OneLogin account in the fields. We suggest that you name the attributes the same in both OneLogin and Cloudflare.

    If other headers and SAML attribute names were added to OneLogin, be sure to add them to Cloudflare under SAML attributes and SAML header attributes in the Optional configurations menu.

  19. Select Save.

To test that your connection is working, go to Authentication > Login methods and select Test next to the login method you want to test.

​​ Download SP metadata (optional)

OneLogin SAML allows administrators to upload metadata files from the service provider.

To add a metadata file to your OneLogin SAML configuration:

  1. Download your unique SAML metadata file at the following URL:

  2. Save the file as an XML document.

  3. Upload the XML document to OneLogin.

​​ Example API configuration

"config": {
"issuer_url": "",
"sso_target_url": "",
"attributes": ["email"],
"email_attribute_name": "",
"sign_request": false,
"idp_public_cert": "MIIDpDCCAoygAwIBAgIGAV2ka+55MA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBCwUAMIGSMQswCQYDVQQGEwJVUzETMBEG\nA1UEC.....GF/Q2/MHadws97cZg\nuTnQyuOqPuHbnN83d/2l1NSYKCbHt24o"
"type": "saml",
"name": "onelogin saml example"