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Connecting to Internal webpage from external

Hi Experts:

I have following setup:

1. Xenserver with two VM installed on my Laptop
2. One Vm acts as domain controller (Windows 2008 R2), Citrix web interface, DNS and DHCP with Ip address 20.0.0.11
3. Other VM has Citrix xenapp 6 (Wk28 R2) and NAT is installed. With IP address 20.0.0.12 for internal and 192.168.1.12 as external IP.

I can access Citrix apps from 192.168.1.12 by entering the dns name of Citrix web server example dc.ctx.com/citrix/xenapp or 20.0.0.11/citrix/xenapp

Now I would like to access the page from my desktop which has an IP of 192.168.1.2.

How should I do that? Should I point the URL to 192.168.1.12 which in turn should forward the request to internal web server? Or how should I tell my external IP to forward the request to internal web server when I type either full name or ip address? example dc.ctx.com/citrix/xenapp or 20.0.0.11/citrix/xenapp
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basraj
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basraj
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Tony JLead Technical ArchitectCommented:
Yes - WI should have an external address and an internal one:  ideally on separate cards.

You could also download the CAG VPX Express which is a virtual appliance and is free for up to 25 (I think) concurrent connections. This gets you exposed to access gateway technology which also allows for seamless iDevice integration via WI and you still use WI. :)
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basrajAuthor Commented:
Thanks. I modified my setup as per my requirement
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