Citrix Access routing

Posted on 2011-05-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Is it possible to use something like DDNS to spread http connections between 2 Citrix Access Gateways east coast and west coast (for high availibility)

Then have the CAG's route sessions to the servers physically closest to the user? (for performance)

I tried to find information but for the first time I couldn't figure out what to google.....

If anyone has any article they can point me towards I'da appreciate it.
Question by:brittonv
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    you can create 2 DNS entries, but the most dns servers use Round Robin to balance the requests. This is not realy localtion based.

    better you use and


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