Citrix Gateway


Before you configure settings on Citrix Gateway, review the following prerequisites:

  • Citrix Gateway is physically installed in your network and has access to the network. Citrix Gateway is deployed in the DMZ or internal network behind a firewall. You can also configure Citrix Gateway in a double-hop DMZ and configure connections to a server farm. Citrix recommends deploying the appliance in the DMZ.
  • You configure Citrix Gateway with a default gateway or with static routes to the internal network so users can access resources in the network. Citrix Gateway is configured to use static routes by default.
  • The external servers used for authentication and authorization are configured and running. For more information, see Authentication and Authorization.
  • The network has a domain name server (DNS) or Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) server for name resolution to provide correct Citrix Gateway user functionality.
  • You downloaded the Universal licenses for user connections with the Citrix Gateway plug-in from the Citrix website and the licenses are ready to be installed on Citrix Gateway.
  • Citrix Gateway has a certificate that is signed by a trusted Certificate Authority (CA). For more information, see Installing and Managing Certificates.

Before you install Citrix Gateway, use the Pre-Installation Checklist to write down your settings.


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