Product Documentation

Connecting to Internal Network Resources

Feb 05, 2014

You can configure NetScaler Gateway to enable users to access resources in the internal network. If you disable split tunneling, all network traffic from the user device is sent to NetScaler Gateway and authorization policies determine whether the traffic is allowed to pass through to internal network resources. When you enable split tunneling, only traffic destined for the internal network is intercepted by the user device and sent to NetScaler Gateway. You configure which IP addresses NetScaler Gateway intercepts by using intranet applications.

If you are using the NetScaler Gateway Plug-in for Windows, set the interception mode to transparent. If you are using the NetScaler Gateway Plug-in for Java, set the interception mode to proxy. When you set the interception mode to transparent, you can allow access to network resources using:

  • A single IP address and subnet mask
  • A range of IP addresses

If you set the interception mode to proxy, you can configure destination and source IP addresses and port numbers.

To configure network access to internal network resources

  1. In the configuration utility, on the Configuration tab, in the navigation pane, expand NetScaler Gateway, expand Resources and then click Intranet Applications.
  2. In the details pane, click Add.
  3. Complete the parameters for allowing network access, click Create and then click Close.