supports IPv6 addresses for ICA connections. Connections with IPv6 to the Web
Interface or StoreFront work the same as IPv4 connections. When users connect
by using the NetScaler Gateway web address, NetScaler Gateway
proxies the connection to the Web Interface or StoreFront.
You can configure
IPv6 for NetScaler Gateway deployed in one DMZ or deployed in a double-hop DMZ.
You enable IPv6 on
NetScaler Gateway by using the command line. You can use the following
- Enable IPv6 on the
- Configure subnet IP
- Set the DNS resolution
- Set the Web Interface or
StoreFront web address.
- Bind the Secure Ticket
Authority (STA) to NetScaler Gateway.
By default, the
mapped IP address does not support IPv6 addresses. To route user communications
to the internal network, you need to create subnet IP addresses and then and
configure NetScaler Gateway to use the subnet IP addresses.
If you deploy
multiple IPv6 subnets in your network, create multiple IPv6 subnet IP address
on NetScaler Gateway, on for each subnet in your network. Network routing sends
the IPv6 packets to the respective subnets by using the subnet IP addresses.