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planning on moving from a DNS round robin to a load balanced approach using a Netscaler VIP

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the network team is planning on moving our Domain Controller access method from a DNS round robin to a load balanced approach using a Netscaler VIP, will this be an issue for scripting or test execution with Performance Center 12.01?

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Hello wjm8914

 

Regarding to your ticket, let me tell you there are some features like the IP spoofing should not get any issue, but to be honest HP has never tested NetScaler technology, however if the change is clear and the machines keep the IP addresses we guess that it should work fine.


You will need to rescript all the script at least the connection string that is for all the Citrix scripts and connection string.

 

Thanks

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Hello wjm8914

 

Regarding to your ticket, let me tell you there are some features like the IP spoofing should not get any issue, but to be honest HP has never tested NetScaler technology, however if the change is clear and the machines keep the IP addresses we guess that it should work fine.


You will need to rescript all the script at least the connection string that is for all the Citrix scripts and connection string.

 

Thanks

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