NetScaler Application Firewallâ„¢ protects Web applications from the growing number of application-layer attacks and prevents the loss of valuable corporate and customer data. In addition to proven attack defenses, the NetScaler Application Firewall aids in compliance with information security regulations, such as PCI-DSS. Fastest Web App Firewall Available Application Firewall delivers the industryâ€™s highest performing [...]
At times, you might need to recover the password for a NetScaler appliance if the user of the appliance has forgotten the same. To recover the password for the NetScaler appliance, complete the following procedure: Attach a console cable to the Serial Console (9600 baud, 8 bits, 1 stop bit, No parity) of the NetScaler [...]
Citrix NetScaler uses monitors to track the state of back-end servers. Some back-end servers behind the NetScaler may request that all communication be done after presenting a user name/password. By default, the monitors in the NetScaler are not configured to present a user name and password. In situations where back-end servers function as described previously, [...]
Citrix NetScaler is a Web application delivery appliance that makes applications run five times better. Available as a separate hardware network device or as a virtualized appliance, NetScaler optimizes application availability through advanced L4-7 load balancing and traffic management, accelerates performance, increases security with an integrated application firewall and substantially lowers costs by increasing Web [...]
CitrixÂ® NetScalerÂ® is an integrated Web application delivery controller appliance that functions as an application accelerator through caching and HTTP compression, provides advanced traffic management through Layer 4-7 load balancing and content switching, and includes application security via a Web application firewall and SSL VPN.
Hotfix Rollup Pack 6 for Citrix XenApp 5.0 and Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 32-bit Edition
Hotfix readme name:Â PSE450W2K3R06.HTML Hotfix package name:Â PSE450W2K3R06.MSP For: Computers running Windows Server 2003 (32-bit) with one of the following installed: XenApp 5 Feature Pack 2 XenApp 5 Presentation Server 4.5 Feature Pack 1 Presentation Server 4.5 XenApp Fundamentals 2.0 Replaces: PSE450W2K3R01, PSE450W2K3R02, PSE450W2K3R03, PSE450W2K3R04, PSE450W2K3R05, PSE450R03W2K3069, PSE450R03W2K3070, PSE450R04W2K3031, PSE450R04W2K3032, PSE450R04W2K3033, PSE450R04W2K3034, PSE450R04W2K3035, PSE450R04W2K3036, PSE450R04W2K3037, PSE450R04W2K3038, PSE450R04W2K3039, [...]
TWAIN troubleshooting can be divided into two sections: Acquiring the scanner through an ICA session Acquiring the image through the scanning process. Section 1: Acquiring the scanner through an ICA session Ensure that the server edition is set to Advanced or higher. Ensure that the server version is set to 4.0 or higher. Ensure that [...]
The high availability monitor is a virtual entity that monitors an interface. Youmust disable the monitor for the interfaces that are not connected or being usedfor traffic. When the monitor is enabled on one of the interfaces and the status ofthis interface is DOWN, the state of the node becomes NOT UP. In a highavailability [...]
To steps to set up a high availability environment, configure one NetScaler asÂ primary and another as secondary. Perform the following tasks on each of theÂ NetScalers: â€¢ Add a node. â€¢ Disable high availability monitoring for unused interfaces. Adding a Node A node is a logical representation of a peer NetScaler. It identifies the peer unitÂ using [...]
To set up a NetScaler using the Configuration Utility, you need an administrative workstation or laptop on the same network as the NetScaler. If you prefer to connect the workstation directly to a NetScaler, use an Ethernet crossover cable.You also need version 1.4.2_04 or higher of the JavaÂ® runtime environment. First-time configuration includes changing the [...]
1. Position the NetScaler in the rack. Ensure that there is adequate ventilation. 2. Verify that the screw holes are aligned with the corresponding holes in theÂ rack. 3. Insert two mounting screws on each side. 4. Tighten the mounting screws.
Citrix NetScaler software consists of the following three editions: â€¢ Citrix NetScaler, Standard Edition. Provides small and mediumenterprises with comprehensive Layer 4- Layer 7 (L4-L7) traffic management, enabling increased Web application availability. â€¢ Citrix NetScaler, Enterprise Edition. Provides Web applicationacceleration and advanced L4-L7 traffic management, enabling enterprises to increase Web application performance and availability and [...]
A vserver represents one or more applications in a server farm. The vserver is a named NetScaler entity that external clients can use to access applications hosted on the servers. It is represented by an alphanumeric name, virtual IP address(VIP), port, and protocol. The name of the vserver is only of local significanceand is designed [...]
A NetScaler is usually deployed in front of a server farm and functions as atransparent TCP proxy between clients and servers, without requiring any client side configuration. This basic mode of operation is called Request Switching technology and is the core of NetScaler functionality. Request Switching enablesa NetScaler to multiplex and offload the TCP connections, [...]
A NetScaler functioning as an L2 device is said to operate in L2 mode. In L2mode, the NetScaler forwards packets between network interfaces when all of thefollowing conditions are met: â€¢ The packets are destined to another device’s media access control (MAC)address. â€¢ The destination MAC address is on a different network interface. â€¢ The [...]