Citrix ADC

Supportability matrix for Citrix ADC cluster

Clustering in a Citrix ADC appliance supports a wide-spread of features in Citrix ADC configurations.

The following table lists the Citrix ADC appliance configurations and also provides the status of the features across releases.

Important

The “Node-level” entry in the table indicates that the feature is supported only on individual cluster nodes.

Cluster Configuration 11.1 12.1
SSL FIPS No No
SSL Certificate Bundle No No
SSL interception NA No
Content switching actions; Note: The content switching feature is supported from NetScaler 10.1 onwards. Yes Yes
Policy-based logging for content switching policies Yes Yes
Rate limiting Yes Yes
Action analytics Yes Yes
GSLB Yes Yes
RTSP Yes Yes
DNSSEC No No
DNS64 No No
FTP Yes Yes
TFTP No Yes
Connection mirroring No No
Integrated caching Node-Level Node-Level
Large shared cache Node-Level Node-Level
Front end optimization Node-Level Node-Level
Application firewall Yes Yes
HTTP Denial-of-Service Protection (HDOSP) Node-Level Node-Level
Priority queuing (PQ) Node-Level Node-Level
Sure connect (SC) Node-Level Node-Level
AppQoE Yes Yes
Surge protection Node-Level Node-Level
MPTCP Yes Yes
Striped SNIPs Yes; Note: Supported in L2 clusters. Not supported in L3 clusters. Yes; Note: Supported in L2 clusters. Not supported in L3 clusters.
MSR Yes; Note: Supported in L2 clusters. Not supported in L3 clusters. Yes; Note: Supported in L2 clusters. Not supported in L3 clusters.
IS-IS (IPv4 and IPv6) Yes Yes
Jumbo Frames Yes Yes
IP-IP tunneling Yes Yes
Link load balancing Yes Yes
FIS (Failover Interface Set) Yes Yes
Link redundancy (LR) Yes Yes
NAT46 No No
NAT64 No No
RNAT6 Yes Yes
LSN/CGNAT No Yes
IPv6 ReadyLogo No Yes
Traffic domains Yes; Note: Supported in L2 clusters. Not supported in L3 clusters. Yes; Note: Supported in L2 clusters. Not supported in L3 clusters.
Route monitor Yes; Only with DR. Yes Note: Supported in L2 clusters. Not supported in L3 clusters.
GRE tunneling (CB) No No
Layer 2 mode Yes Yes
Net profiles Yes Yes
HTTPS callout Yes Yes
AAA-TM Yes Yes
AppFlow Node-Level Node-Level
Web Insight Yes Yes
HDX Insight Yes Yes
VMAC/VRRP Yes Yes
NetScaler Push No No
Stateful Connection Failover No No
Graceful Shutdown No Yes
DBS AutoScale No No
DSR using TOS No No
Finer Startup-RR Control Node-Level Node-Level
XML XSM No No
DHCP RA No No
Bridge Group Yes Yes
Network Bridge No No
Web Interface on Citrix ADC (WIonNS) Yes Yes
EdgeSight Monitoring Deprecated Deprecated
Metrics tables - Local No No
DNS Caching NodeLevel NodeLevel
Call Home Node Level Node Level
Citrix Gateway ICA Proxy mode Yes Yes
Citrix Gateway (SSL VPN / full VPN and clientless VPN) Node Level Node Level
CloudBridge Connector No Yes
Policy Based Routing (PBR/PBR6) Yes Yes
Subscriber awareness No No
Dynamic Routing Yes with v6 protocols (ospfv3, RIPng, ISIS6, BGP6) support Yes with v6 protocols (ospfv3, RIPng, ISIS6, BGP6) support
SYSLOG-TCP, load balancing of syslog servers, SNIP support, and FQDN support for syslog Yes; Note: Supported from NetScaler 11.1 Build 54.16 onwards. Yes
VXLAN No No

Also, the following Citrix ADC configurations are supported:

Load balancing, load balancing persistency, DNS load balancing, SIP, maxClient, Spillover (connection and dynamic), Spillover based on bandwidth, DataStream, Compression control, Content filtering, TCP buffering, Cache redirection, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS), Client Keep-alive, Basic networking (IPv4 and IPv6), OSPF (IPv4 and IPv6), RIP (IPv4 and IPv6), RIP (IPv4 and IPv6), VLAN, ICMP, Fragmentation, MBF, ACL, Simple ACL, MSR, Path MTU discovery, IP-IP, SNMP, Policies (classic and advanced), Rewrite, Responder, HTTP callout, Web server logging, Audit logging (NSLog and syslog), USIP, Location commands, HTML injection, NITRO API, AppExpert, KRPC.

Supportability matrix for Citrix ADC cluster

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