- Creating or Changing an RPC Node Password
- Configuring the Primary and Secondary Appliances for High Availability
To communicate with other NetScaler Gateway appliances, each appliance requires knowledge of the other appliances, including how to authenticate on NetScaler Gateway. RPC nodes are internal system entities used for system-to-system communication of configuration and session information. One RPC node exists on each NetScaler Gateway and stores information, such as the IP addresses of the other NetScaler Gateway appliance and the passwords used for authentication. The NetScaler Gateway that makes contact with another NetScaler Gateway checks the password within the RPC node.
NetScaler Gateway requires RPC node passwords on both appliances in a high availability pair. Initially, each NetScaler Gateway is configured with the same RPC node password. To enhance security, you should change the default RPC node passwords. You use the configuration utility to configure and change RPC nodes.
RPC nodes are implicitly created when adding a node or adding a Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) site. You cannot create or delete RPC nodes manually.
To use an IPv6 address, select IPv6 and then enter the IP address.