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Citrix Netscaler IP addresses

Can someone explain the usage of Netscaler Virtual server IP address and the Mapped IP address ?
If I understand Netscaler appliance when it sits in the DMZ, it should have at least 2 Nics connected to External Firewall and 2 Nics connected to the internal firewall.
 So how do Netscaler Virtual server IP address and the Mapped IP address get used when the traffic comes in or goes out ?
Is Mapped IP the IP address of the interface of Netscaler facing the inside Network ?

Any explanation ?

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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So the external traffic will come in to Virtual Server(inside Netsacaler) that points to Access Gateway, then goes to MIP, then to Xenapp servers.
NSIP is the Management interface

I believe the traffic that goes back to external users from inside has a separate interface
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I will get back on this later
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