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Is there any possibility to prevent ddos for all network instead of adding ip by ip to load balancing module with netscaler 10010
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I would have to say you need to contact Citrix pre-sales to determine exaclty what types of attacks can be mitigated by the different products in the Netscalar line.  But as a general answer, yes, the Netscalar line has options such as the one linked below to identify and block DDoS attacks.

http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/topic/netscaler-dns-gen-91-map/ns-tmg-dns-limit-concurrent-req-on-single-connection-tsk.html
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thnx
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