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CITRIX not working with my cable modem. Connecting via laptop using the modem's wireless connection. i am able to connect to CITRIX just fine from the office, and from other internet connections.

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Are you talking about published apps not working? If so, make sure that your cable modem has the following ports open:

TCP 1494 and 2598

These ports are used by the ICA protocol, which is what Citrix Presentation / XenApp Server software uses for running published apps.

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