So using different scenarios I will try to explain with some creative visio drawings. You will now have both vServers ready and running to accept Traffic. We have not told it where to direct the traffic so at this point its pretty useless.
We have not told it where to direct the traffic so at this point its pretty useless. If you think about it its way better than just a standard HTTP s probe. This is a pretty important step as this is what binds the service you want to load balance and the back end server together. Rewrite is an Inline feature which allows it to change more of the content that is passing trough besides just looking at the URL a user wants to go to.
NetScaler assigns a default monitor to the service. This intelligent monitor will pick up on that and mark the service as down. NetScaler assigns a default monitor to the service. This is where we will define what to do with the traffic when a policy rule is hit. Next navigate to policies.
To create multiple Load Balancing Service Groups configured to point to the new Servers, complete the following sub-procedure: You will now have both vServers ready and running to accept Traffic.
But I explained to them that this approach may be problematic for several reasons. When you add applications in XenApp, you can specify the icon for the application you desire to display to the end user.
We will point 3 external fqdn records to the SAME address, allow port through our firewall and forward traffic to our content switch.
Yes, I know SSL3 is disabled, but you still need the cipher present.Content Switch As a point of entry into the NetScaler I use a CSW for each type of traffic where I have multiple services.
That means I have a CSW for http (csw_http) and ssl (csw_ssl) which will direct traffic to the corresponding service based on the hostname in the request. A content switching configuration consists of a content switching virtual server, a load balancing setup consisting of load balancing virtual servers and services, and content switching policies.
To configure content switching, you must configure a content switching virtual server and associate it with policies and load balancing virtual servers. I’d expect the CAG content switch policies to show up in the Content switch chapter?
I’ll add it to the roadmap for v4 with NS v12 support. We need some time, probably end of may beginning of july. This (CNS) Citrix NetScaler x Essentials and Traffic Management course is offered multiple times in a variety of locations and training topics. (CNS) Citrix NetScaler.
Jun 03, · Paul, when I do that it redirects /pdf_test to /pdf which then needs content switching to an appropriate server. My problem is that both requests and up with wanting to go to the same url: /pdf but need to hit different servers. In addition to providing attachment security, Citrix NetScaler can be leveraged to provide High Availability, High Scalability, and Consolidation through additional on-box features such as SSL Offload, Content Switching, Load Balancing, Content Compression, and Integrated Cache.Download