There are times when you need to get your hands dirty to troubleshoot something in a detailed sense to find out what is actually wrong. For example, why you are having trouble with NetScaler, why a client is having trouble connecting, or why the network is not working as it should.
NetScaler has a number of built-in tools that we can use to gather information for basic troubleshooting. For example, we have the regular tools such as
traceroute to verify network connectivity. We also have commands as follows:
This allows us to show connections in real time, which also can be used in conjunction with
grep to make it easier to see if a particular client has a correct ...