Adding additional top-level domains to Talend Identity and Access Management - 7.3

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By default, Talend Identity and Access Management supports fully-qualified domain names (FDQN). To use Talend Identity and Access Management with a hostname that does not follow the pattern of an FQDN, you need to add a parameter to the Talend Identity and Access Management configuration file.

Before you begin

Stop Talend Identity and Access Management and all the modules linked to it.


  1. Go to the apache-tomcat folder of your Talend Identity and Access Management installation.
  2. Open the conf/ file.
  3. Add the iam.additionalTLDs parameter to the file.
    The parameter value identifies valid top-level domain names.
    • iam.additionalTLDs=lan: All domain names on the LAN are valid.
    • iam.additionalTLDs=mycompany: The domain name mymachine.mycompany is valid.
    • iam.additionalTLDs=mycompany,mycompany2: List multiple top-level domain names by using comma-separated values.
  4. Restart Talend Identity and Access Management.