[THIN] There is no Citrix SSL Server configured on the specified address.

  • From: Chris Hardy <Chris.Hardy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2003 13:49:51 +1030

Hi Guys

Late last year I ran a three month pilot (90 days actually!!!) for a client.
It was nfuse 1.7, CSG, Metaframe XP FR2solution that allowd them to securely
access their metaframe farm from anywhere on the internet.

They loved it so much they have now asked us to implement it into

The pilot ran so smoothy, and I think this is one of the reasons they want
to implement it now.  Sonow I'm setting it up all again, everything is the
same: IP address, firewall rules (they werent changed), certificates, etc,
etc - its a perfect mirror of the pilot.  We set up so when internal staff
hit the nfuse site, they didnt use CSG - they ran the client in normal
address translation.  This works as you expect.

When I try and hit the web site from the outside world, and therefore invoke
the CSG model I get the error message stated above.

I'm stumped.  I'm using the same configurations files from the pilot.  I
have searched high and low for a reason why it's decided to do this to me.
Can't work it out.

I'm using the latest release of everything.

If anyone can shed some light on this I'd be grateful.  Any suggestion would
be great.  No doubt I've missed something silly.



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