Asked by jstitt Anyone know of a command to run in the CLI that would easily dump out all the relevant lines of the running config associated to a specific vserver? It would look something like this:.First steps: Seting up your NetScaler, initial setup, lizensing and IP addressing
After running the ACE config through the Citrix conversion tool, we'd like to validate each VIP has the correct netscaler configuration. I'm looking for an easy way to see this without having to wade through lines of configuration looking for the associated bindings, etc. This script can be easily expanded to include more related commands:. Maybe I'm missing something, but couldn't you just run 'cat ns.
Also, grep alone would show the bound policies, but not the bound profiles since they are not bound directly to the AG vServer. Thanks for your response Sam. You are correct about grep - I'd like to see lines in the config that grep would not find. Sam - thanks for the links to the Netscaler documentation scripts - those are a great resource.
However the script only outputs the formatted report info rather than the specific config lines "show vserver" output instead of "show ns runningConfig" output. So I don't think it will give us what we want. I'm asking this question because we found a very cool undocumented command on the Cisco ACE that looks like this maybe this will help someone else reading ACE configs :. Brilliant - we can work with this!
I appreciate you taking the time to "whip this up" - it would have taken me much longer. Thank you Carl! You will be able to leave a comment after signing in. Upvote if you also have this question or find it interesting. Learn more. Follow, to receive updates on this topic.
Posted December 30, Share this post Link to post. Recommended Posts. Mark this reply as best answer, if it answered your question. Upvote if you found this answer helpful or interesting. Carl Stalhood 12,NetScaler IP Addressing. Configuring Application Access Controls. How the NetScaler Proxies Connections. Configuring Network Address Translation. Configuring INAT. Stateless NAT46 Translation. Stateful NAT64 Translation. Configuring RNAT.
Configuring Static ARP. Configuring Neighbor Discovery. Configuring IP Tunnels. Configuring Network Interfaces. Configuring Forwarding Session Rules. Understanding VLANs.
Configuring a VLAN. Configuring Bridge Groups. Configuring Vitrual MACs. Configuring Link Aggregation. Redundant Interface Set.
Monitoring the Bridge Table and Changing the Aging time. Configuring Active-Active Mode. Configuring Send to Master. Configuring Health Tracking based on Interface State. Delaying Preemption. Using the Network Visualizer. Configuring Link Layer Discovery Protocol. Jumbo Frames. Use Case 1 — Jumbo to Jumbo Setup. Access Control Lists. Blocking Traffic on Internal Ports.The list of cmds I have saved up is quite big now, and I figured it would be helpful for other Netscaler admins to know about some of these.
How to use CLI Route Commands in NetScaler SD-WAN 10.0
Run above and then perform an LDAP logon. You will then be able to see the LDAP authentication process logs in real-time, which includes info about any AD groups extracted from the user or the reason why LDAP authentication is failing for a particular user, among other things. Similar to above LDAP command, there is also a log file for reading real-time info regarding Kerberos authentication.
However, starting with Netscaler Check if network packets have been dropped due to Netscaler bandwidth limit being capped out:. Check if there are any Netscaler HA packets that are not getting through to either Netscaler node:. Below command will list the latest HA packets received to this particular Netscaler node. There have been some Netscaler versions released that have contained memory leaks or RAM issues, and below command will show if there have been any RAM allocation failures among other RAM errors.
If there are no issues then you will get an empty output. See total summary of RAM allocation to different Netscaler modules and any potential memory errors :. Now you can proceed to download the. Perhaps Citrix will add this functionality in the future.
At Xenit we have a separate document for each Netscaler environment we manage, and this document always contains the latest ns. Whenver a change is done on a Netscaler, the configuration document is updated by the consultant with the new changes.
For some Netscaler change tasks you might want to perform them in the Netscaler admin GUI, and not through CLI, and you can then afterwards run below command to show all lines in ns. If you have any questions or input to above, feel free to either leave a comment here on the blog or email me at rasmus.
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Configuring users, user groups, and command policies
Ping, Traceroute, Telnet. Load Balancing LB. Authentication sessions. Authentication statistics. Switch to the shell prompt:.
Start the debugging process:. Monitor the output of the cat aaad. You can run the following command to record the output of aaad. Check Policy Hits. Run the following command from the shell prompt of the appliance to view the real-time hits on:. Authentication policies and session policies applied on the NetScaler Gateway virtual server:.
Rewrite policy bound at a global level or to a load balancing, content switching, or NetScaler Gateway virtual server:. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Any customization within NetScaler or NetScaler Gateway might cause unexpected behavior during and after the upgrade or the downgrade process, and possible configuration loss. Any sort of customization within NetScaler or NetScaler Gateway should be backed up and removed before the upgrade or the downgrade process.
Before you run the install script, the files must be extracted and placed on the appliance. The Netscaler version Select the Release There may be a pause of up to 3 minutes while data is written to the flash. Do not interrupt the installation process once it has begun. CallHome feature is currently disabled.
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Copying ns Extracting hardserver files. After abouot 90 seconds the NetScaler will be back online and accessible through your browser. Log back in and verify whether the upgrade has been completed successfully by checking your firmware version and license status:.
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Configuring Syslog Notifications. Configuring Mail Notifications. Configuring SMS Notifications. System Health Monitoring. Configuring System Notification Settings. Configuring the Management Service. Configuring Authentication and Authorization Settings.
Configuring the External Authentication Server. Configuring Link Aggregation from the Management Service. Configuring a Channel from the Management Service. Access Control Lists.
Configuring Cluster Link Aggregation. Performing Appliance Reset. Cascading External Authentication Servers. Provisioning NetScaler Instances.
Managing Crypto Capacity. Provisioning Third-Party Virtual Machines. InterScan Web Security. Websense Protector.NetScaler NetScaler Release Notes. Getting Started with Citrix NetScaler. Install the hardware. Access a Citrix ADC. Configure the ADC for the first time.
Secure your NetScaler deployment. Configure high availability. Change an RPC node password. Understanding Common Network Topologies. System management settings. System settings. Packet forwarding modes. Network interfaces. Clock synchronization. DNS configuration.
SNMP configuration. Verify Configuration. Load balance traffic on a NetScaler appliance. Load balancing. Persistence settings. Configure features to protect the load balancing configuration. A typical load balancing scenario. Accelerate load balanced traffic by using compression. Secure load balanced traffic by using SSL. Features at a Glance. Application Switching and Traffic Management Features. Application Acceleration Features. Application Security and Firewall Features.
Application Visibility Feature. Call Home. Connection Management. Content Switching. High Availability.
Integrated Caching. Installing, Upgrading, and Downgrading. Load Balancing. Solutions for Telecom Service Providers.
Large Scale NAT. Configuration Steps for LSN.