Two Citrix policy
settings affect support for a pure IPv6 or dual stack IPv4/IPv6 implementation.
Configure the following connection-related policy settings:
- Only use IPv6 Controller
registration — Controls which form of address the Virtual Delivery Agent
(VDA) uses to register with the Delivery Controller. Default = Disabled
- When the
VDA communicates with the Controller, it uses a single IPv6 address chosen in
the following precedence: global IP address, Unique Local Address (ULA),
link-local address (only if no other IPv6 addresses are available).
disabled, the VDA registers and communicates with the Controller using the
machine's IPv4 address.
- Controller registration
IPv6 netmask — A machine can have multiple IPv6 addresses; this policy
setting allows administrators to restrict the VDA to only a preferred subnet
(rather than a global IP, if one is registered). This setting specifies the
network where the VDA will register: the VDA registers only on the first
address that matches the specified netmask. This setting is valid only if the
use IPv6 Controller registration policy setting is enabled. Default
= Empty string
Important: Use of IPv4 or IPv6 by a VDA is determined solely by these
policy settings. In other words, to use IPv6 addressing, the VDA must be
controlled by a Citrix policy with the
IPv6 Controller registration setting enabled.