Citrix Secure Gateway 3.1

Posted on 2009-07-16
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What are the big differences betwewn CSG 3.0 and CSG 3.1?
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by:Carl Webster
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3.1 installs on Server 2008 and supports IPV6.
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From the Technical Guide for Upgrading to XenApp 5 on 2008:

Secure Gateway 3.1

XenApp 5 with Secure Gateway 3.1 now supports IPv6. This is supported for XenApp 5 on Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008. IPv6 expands the address length of 32 bits up to 128 bits. This is installed and enabled by default in all Windows Server 2008 and Vista machines. Support for IPv6 can also be added to Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP.

Citrix XenApp 5 supports IPv6 when using the XenApp Secure Gateway 3.1 as a proxy and can be leveraged to provide IPv6 support for external users. It is important to note that the U.S. government has mandated that new technology implementations be IPv6 compliant beginning in Q2 2008.

Secure Gateway support has also been restored in XenApp Services site (PNAgent). The updated Secure Gateway also supports half and full proxy mode. Half-Proxy is utilized when the web server enumerates applications for IPv6 connections and the Secure Gateway server proxies all IPv6 connections to the XenApp servers only. Full-proxy is utilized when Secure Gateway proxies all IPv6 to Web servers as well as the XenApp servers.

3.1 will also install on 64-bit versions of 2003 and 2008 but runs as a 32-bit application.

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