Think about sending Millions of mails per day to your user base.. How you can handle such bigÂ volumeÂ of mails on a daily basis . Here i am going to explain about theÂ infrastructureÂ we have done to send Bulk mailing. Requirement from our Management: The requirement was to send around 5 Million mails per day . We [...]
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 [...]
What are the Rate Limiting factors for the high performance NetScaler MPX appliances? In the high performance NetScaler MPX appliances, such as NetScaler MPX appliance 17500, 19500, and 21500, the following are the parameters that determine the Rate Limit of the appliance: Packets per second Throughput Packet Engines Secure Socket Layer (SSL) chips or cores [...]
It’s important to know that XML is just as susceptible as HTML and other formats to code injection methods. As XML is very generous when it comes to accepting poor typing and XPath parsers are merciful to input data, XML is all the more at risk. As per Wikipedia, injection attacks are “… a technique [...]
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.
To configure the Direct Server Return (DSR) feature on the NetScaler appliance, complete the following procedure from the command line interface of the appliance: Run the following command to enable the MBF (Mac Based Forwarding) mode: enable ns mode mbf Run the following command to create the service: add service <Service_Name> <IP_Address> ANY * -usip [...]
You can set parameters to enable web server logging and to modify the size of the buffer that stores the logged information. You can display these settings at any time. Use either of the following procedures to enable or disable web server logging. To enable or disable web server logging using Configuration Utility 1. In [...]
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. On your workstation, run the SSH client. 2. Use the NSIP you assigned to your NetScaler during initial configuration, selecting either SSH1 or SSH2 as the protocol. 3. Log on as nsroot, using the administrative password you assigned during initial configuration. The following output appears on the your SSH client screen: login as: nsroot [...]
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.