XA/XD 7.6, SF, Controller, AD, DNS, ...... port communication.

Do we have any detail on port communication specifically for XA/XD 7.6 , SF, controllers, Host servers, .... ?
I believe port 1494/2598 remain the same..

Also in case NS/AGEE it would 80/443 from external for FQDN.

But I am looking for internal and external, DMZ flow .. Is it same or changes for 7.6 implementation ?
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Dirk KotteSECommented:
your ports are correct. but there are many other ports.
for example:
- HTTP(s) form NS to SF; DDC; Worker
- LDAP/RADIUS from NS for authentication
- Domain Ports from SF
- Ports for netscaler management
- ....
see: Communication ports used by Citrix Technologies
xyz abcAuthor Commented:
My question is did anything change in 7.6 as far as port communication, since its not anymore IMA ?
When I consider placing SF in DMZ or internal
or When I place Netscalers external facing ?

Is it the same port flow communication ? or there is a slight variation in 7.6 FMA architecture, I tried looking up on Citrix but there is specific documentation update on old articles where they have previously discussed based on placing of devices like DMZ to internal & external to DMZ and then towards LAN.
Dirk KotteSECommented:
it is nearly the same.
- there is no IMA traffic
- NS need XML to DDC (like Controller before)
- NS need HDX(ICA)/SR (TCP1494 and 2598) to Workers like before
- NS need HTTP(s) to Sf

NS at DMZ is no problem (like before)
a bigger change: SF need full domain access (domain membership) ... this was not necessary with WebInterface.

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