- Configuring Address Pools
- Defining Address Pool Options
You can use a session policy or the global NetScaler Gateway settings to control whether or not intranet IP addresses are assigned during a user session. Defining address pool options allows you to assign intranet IP addresses to NetScaler Gateway, while disabling the use of intranet IP addresses for a particular group of users.
You can configure address pools by using a session policy in one of the following three ways:
If a user does not have an intranet IP address available and then tries to establish another session with NetScaler Gateway, the Transfer Login page appears. The Transfer Login page allows users to replace their existing NetScaler Gateway session with a new session.
The Transfer Login page appears only if you configure address pools and disable spillover.
When a user logs on to NetScaler Gateway and is assigned an IP address, a DNS record for the user name and IP address combination is added to the NetScaler Gateway DNS cache. You can configure a DNS suffix to append to the user name when the DNS record is added to the cache. This allows users to be referenced by the DNS name, which can be easier to remember than an IP address. When the user logs off from NetScaler Gateway, the record is removed from the DNS cache.