January 31, 2011 at 3:23 am Quote Hi nopatience, For your testing with internal clients connections, are you using HTTP or HTTPS to connect to the Web Interface page? I did install the CSG in the LAN and it had no problem recognising the STA’s as I would expect. I think I will document my experience integrating these, I should have when I was first testing it out! Configure your WI to use Gateway Direct and Direct as appropriate. this content
That way this will definitely NOT be an issue with that. 0 LVL 23 Overall: Level 23 Citrix 15 Windows Server 2008 14 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Coralon2012-03-14 You If D sees C, then use Direct as the default and C as Gateway Direct. The website displays; but when I try to log in, I receive the "standard" message I've received for the past few days: "Please verify your username and password and try logging There is no mention of what needs to be done on the firewall seperating the DMZ from the secure network.
As long as it connects.. I have the cert from GoDaddy and verified that GoDaddy is in the certs MMC. We plan to add a second xenapp6 server to the farm once we are 100 online.
When I try to telnet to 1494 from the outside, I get connect failed: Connecting To 184.108.40.206...Could not open connection to the host, on port 149 4: Connect failed could this Any update on a fix. 1363-76995-578324 Back to top christophe gaussin Members #12 christophe gaussin 1 posts Posted 14 March 2007 - 12:53 PM We are experiencing the same issue. Bob Brumm October 19, 2011 at 12:28 pm Reply Quote Having a simiar issue. Cannot Connect To The Citrix Xenapp Server Ssl Error 4 The Proxy Denied The problem come from client 10.
I have created the virtual directories for the pnagent, but still no luck. Cannot Connect To The Citrix Xenapp Server Ssl Error 61 Firefox Windows 2008 R2 VM with IIS 7.5, which is only our web server no other XenApp 6 roles installed. I can telnet to the ICA port (1494) on both IP Addresses that the machine has on it. http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/87177-ssl-error-an-unclassified-ssl-network-error-occured/ CSG establishes proxy ICA session for client to correct backend machine That's the entire process.. (little simplified, but this is what takes place).
How do I do this other than inside IE? Cannot Connect To The Citrix Xenapp Server Ssl Error 4 The Proxy Denied Access To Getting SSL server not excepting connections when running remoteapp and see bad ticket in the CSG logs. In my environment I have a dedicated virtual IP address on the load balancers forwarding port 443 to the CSG servers, and clients are able to connect to XenApp without problems. Hi RC, Yes, you should be able to use a domain user to log in to a WI workgroup server as long as the XenApp farm and it’s servers are specified
When connecting to the website, I have had to use port 80; because CSG can't connect to it if I tell it to use 443...does this help and this suggestion? The question is: does the CSG see my request as 220.127.116.11 or does it see it as 172.29.0.5. Cannot Connect To The Citrix Xenapp Server Ssl Error 61 You Have Chosen Not To Trust However, I would like to try and set it up where CSG and WI are on different boxes; but that's not an option. Cannot Connect To The Citrix Xenapp Server Ssl Error 61 Windows 7 Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
I am not sure if you need a cert that matches both servers but if you do you’d need to create a UCC or wildcard cert. http://ebprovider.com/cannot-connect/cannot-connect-to-the-citrix-xenapp-server-ssl-error-40.php the error message like this will pop up and the app. But this will not affect the clients, since they will still connect to the WI website using HTTPS via the CSG. The issue I may have run into is that I didn't tell WI to use Gateway Direct, just Direct. Cannot Connect To The Citrix Xenapp Server Ssl Error 61 Go Daddy
When I use the IP address of the WI server in CSG, I get this error: The Citrix SSL server you have selected is not accepting connections. Can I reuse the cert I already have; for the public name I want to use? If the users are separated from the CSG server by a router you could filter access to port 80 at the network level. have a peek at these guys It usually means there was some sort of network error in the transmission. (It literally doesn't mean anything beyond that...
To Download and Install or Re-Install the Citrix Client: Click on the Settings button as illustrated below. Cannot Connect To The Citrix Xenapp Server Ssl Error 43 The Proxy Denied I will keep investigating and see what I can come up with. I think there is likely to be something very obvious I am missing, but I would love your help.
I also created a Xenaap service sites on the same server which I am having problem. Several functions may not work. Firewall -> NAT to CSG (SSL/443) access-list OUT-IN extended permit tcp object-group Allowed_Addresses host Public IP eq https static (inside,outside) tcp Public IP https Inside CSG IP https netmask 255.255.255.255 CSG Cannot Connect To The Citrix Xenapp Server Ssl Error 59 The Server Sent A Security Protocol Driver error" Settings are: Outside IP Gateway Direct INSIDE IP of Firewall Gateway Direct Default
Everything works fine. Marcos, Apr 19, 2013 #3 RobJanssen Registered Member Joined: Jul 15, 2011 Posts: 55 I don't know, I cannot test anymore because I had to rolllback all the systems to 4.2.76 Use a certificate signed by an internal CA that matches your DynDNS address and export this certificate to your external clients. check my blog Hi, It sounds to me as though you are using a certificate on your CSG that you have created with an internal certificate authority.
Andy Bayford October 27, 2010 at 3:36 pm Reply Quote This looks really useful, and I followed most of it. Where I am now is that I have the login working AND the Remote Desktop is working from Inside OR Outside; but not both. June 2, 2011 at 12:09 am Reply Quote Glad you got it figured out, Jack. Your CSG should be able to connect to the STA on 80 Same box as my WI Server Your WI should be able to connect to the STA on 80 Same
Configure CSG to listen on 443 for all addresses using https. I'm not sure how you do this; but I have gone through the configuration wizard and told it to use 443. Here's how it should work.