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How to configure ports for Session Reliability in Citrix

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Right now we do not have Session Reliability enabled in Citrix and we are looking to turn this feature on but we are a little confused on what ports we need to have open on our firewall to make this work. Right now we have everyone connecting to the Client Access Gateway over port 443 and then accessing their applications. Do we need to make any changes on our firewall or do we need to make some internal changes to make this feature work? I know it says you need to have port 2598 open for session reliability so is it as simple as opening 2598 on the firewall?
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if your cag is your main firewall, you wont need to change that at all. if you have your cag sitting behind your firewall, you should open this port on the main firewall.

in either case you dont need to touch the cag.
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The CAG is sitting behind the firewall on our internal network.
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