To configure a traffic policy, you create a profile and configure the following parameters:
After you create the traffic policy, you can bind the policy to virtual servers, users, groups, or globally.
For example, you have the web application PeopleSoft Human Resources installed on a server in the internal network. You can create a traffic policy for this application that defines the destination IP address, the destination port, and you can set the amount of time a user can stay logged on to the application, such as 15 minutes.
If you want to configure other features, such as HTTP compression to an application, you can use a traffic policy to configure the settings. When you create the policy, use the HTTP parameter for the action. In the expression, create the destination address for the server running the application.
For more information about configure KCD on the appliance, see Configuring Kerberos Constrained Delegation on a NetScaler Appliance.