Citrix VPX Express Netsclaer won't work on DMZ

I set up a VPX Express Netscaler Gateway (version 10.1: build with two virtual nics  for users to access Citrix StoreFront from outside.   The gateway works if I have it on my inside network, gateway's virtual IP also on the inside subnet with a public IP statically mapped.   It stopped working once I moved it out to my dmz with gateway's virtual IP also changed to the DMZ subnet, same public IP was mapped.  I can't even telnet to the gateway's port 80 or 443 from outside even with all traffic allow to/from the outside.  I am able to access the gateway using a test workstation on the DMZ and logon to StoreFront.   I am also able to telnet to my other public facing web server on DMZ to port 80 and 443, so firewall rules should not be the issue.   I think it might have do with routing on the gateway.  Is there a way to force a default route on the gateway?   Can I change the binding of IPs on gateway's virtual NIC?  Any idea on how may make it work are deeply appreciated.
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Brian CTXSupportCitrix ConsultantCommented:
You need to change the route to point to the external gateway, presumably the firewall, under System \ Network \ Routes (I think, don't recall 10.1 code for sure).

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altonyoungAuthor Commented:

I can't find the path you mentioned.   attached is the screen shot of all folders listed on the gateway.  Thanks.
Brian CTXSupportCitrix ConsultantCommented:
The path I mentioned are the menu headings in the NetScaler web GUI, or you can make the change from the command-line interface.  What IPs are bound to the device, and what routes are you showing?
altonyoungAuthor Commented:

Sorry I was trying it the hard way.   I found the route under Network\Advance.  Deleted the old default route, added a new default to point it to my firewall and all is working now.    

Thank you very much for your help.
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