If your users connect from a remote location, you can route the connection through NetScaler Gateway. Users can connect to mobile and enterprise web applications by using Worx Home or the NetScaler Gateway Plug-in. Some web applications require the use of the NetScaler Gateway Plug-in to establish the full VPN tunnel in order to access applications in the secure network.
If users connect with Worx Home and you also deploy Device Manager, when users start Worx Home for the first time, the devices is enrolled with Device Manager. When that occurs, Device Manager sends the NetScaler Gateway web address to Worx Home. After enrollment, connections from Worx Home route to NetScaler Gateway and then to the internal network.
To allow connections from iOS devices, you configure Secure Browse in NetScaler Gateway to allow VPN connections from these mobile devices. Users can connect with Worx Home. For more information about Secure Browse, see Allowing Access from Mobile Devices.
There are two steps for allowing connections to applications in the secure network through NetScaler Gateway:
To route user connections through NetScaler Gateway, you provide the following information:
You can specify multiple NetScaler Gateway appliances or different virtual servers configured on one appliance in App Controller.
Optionally, you can configure the following settings:
You can select the mobile and web applications that require remote user connections through NetScaler Gateway. When you configure an application in App Controller, you select a check box that identifies that the mobile or web application is hosted in the internal network. This adds the VPN keyword to the application and allows the connection request through NetScaler Gateway.