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We have an existing Citrix Security Gateway and Web Interface that works fine within our wired network and is accessible via internet connections outside of the office -- all of our Citrix apps are accessible. We recently installed a Cisco 2100 wireless controller and access points around the office. We can connect via wireless within the office to get to network resources, the internet, etc. But we can't access our Citrix apps. I can ping the Citrix Security Gateway, but not the SSL server (they are housed on the same server, but have two different IP addresses). I can ping the SSL server from the 2100 controller. I looked at the ipconfig /all settings for a wired and wireless computer, and they are as expected. Someone had mentioned opening port 443 on the controller but I don't see where that would be done. Any suggestions?
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