Citrix Netscaler Fragmentation Issue
gert at space.net
Wed Jun 8 22:20:07 CEST 2011
On Wed, Jun 08, 2011 at 01:15:29PM -0700, George Bonser wrote:
> > The native mode of netscalers is "accept the TCP connection to the
> > netscaler, extract the HTTP request from it, open a new and
> > TCP connection (with independent keepalives etc.) to the backend
> > server, stuff the HTTP request in there".
> Right, that would be how we are using it.
> Yup. I was an early adopter of their technology long before Citrix
> bought them. But this bug is a complete show-stopper for IPv6.
Indeed. This is very very bad news. I was sort of hoping that it only
affects some of the "non-native" modes - like NAT stuff.
Will it failover to a standby pair, or will it just sit there silently
and tell its peer "I'm fine, don't worry"?
did you enable IPv6 on something today...?
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