System features provide conceptual information and configuration instructions that you might want to refer when configuring a Citrix SWG appliance.
The following table describes the features in a Citrix SWG appliance.
Basic Operations - System level operation and configuration details of a Citrix ADC appliance.
Authentication and Authorization - Configuration details in creating users, user groups, and command policies, and assigning policies to user accounts
TCP Configuration - Configuration details of TCP profile and TCP capabilities on a Citrix ADC appliance.
HTTP Configuration - Configuration details of HTTP profile and HTTP capabilities on a Citrix ADC appliance.
SNMP - A network management protocol monitoring the Citrix ADC appliance and promptly responding to issues on the appliance.
Audit Logging - A standard protocol for logging Citrix ADC appliance states and status information collected by various modules in the kernel and in the user-level daemons. For audit logging, you can use SYSLOG or NSLOG protocol or both.
Web Logging - A logging protocol for sending HTTP or HTTPS logs to a client system for storage and retrieval. For more information.
Call Home - A notification system for monitoring and solving critical error conditions on a Citrix SWG appliance.
Reporting Tool - A web based interface accessed from a Citrix SWG appliance for viewing system performance reports as charts.