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I created a new Citrix Gateway on my ADC. I have updated to the latest version of the ADC.

 

I created a new Citrix Gateway with the wizard. I created a bookmark to an internal website. I want the users to be able to access this URL in a Clientless configuration.

 

 Port is 443. 

 

In bookmark address... https://servername/

Virtual Server: BLANK

Application Type: CVPN

SSO Type: BLANK

 

Use Citrix Gateway as a Reverse Proxy : CHECKED

 

When I go to the Gateway. I login fine and it displays my bookmark. But when I click on the bookmark. This is the address that comes up in the tab that opens.

 

https://CitrixGatewayAddress/cvpn/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbWQxLmNicmlkZ2VzLmNvbQ/

 

But I get "NOT FOUND" error. 

 

If I use....

 

In bookmark address... https://servername/

Virtual Server: BLANK

Application Type: CVPN

SSO Type: Unified Gateway

 

Use Citrix Gateway as a Reverse Proxy : CHECKED

 

When I go to the Gateway. I login fine and it displays my bookmark. But when I click on the bookmark. It opens the URL but does not seem to be using the Gateway as Reverse Proxy and I get the exact address I typed into the bookmark. 

 

 

More testing....   

The following works... But only if the Webserver its accessing is on the same subnet as the ADC. When I configure it to access a webserver located at a different location. I get the "NOT FOUND" error. 

 

In bookmark address... https://servername/

Virtual Server: BLANK

Application Type: CVPN

SSO Type: BLANK

 

Use Citrix Gateway as a Reverse Proxy : CHECKED

 

So I think I have a routing issues or something in the ADC?????? I can access the site I need to access directly from a web browser on my pc but the ADC has issues with the site that is not on the same SUBNET.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by Jason Suttor
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