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NetScaler 9.3 Service Protocol Type "ANY"

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on a Citrix Netscaler 9.3 when you are creating a service and select the protocol type as "ANY"

Does this mean the port you list is not locked into ONE protocol but can use any of the listed protocols?

What is the best protocol type to use for a Load Balanced KDC Port 88 service (TCPor UDP)
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That is correct. This means when you tie that service to a vserver, any port on that vserver IP will be balanced to your backend servers unless you specify a backend port.

Create a service of Protocol: ANY and Port: 88
Create a vserver of Protocol: ANY and Port : 88
Bind the service to the vserver.


hope this helps.
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