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However, when I attempt to create the blackberry.local forward lookup zone on Parkserv I get to the "Master DNS Server" page of the wizard and after I enter the IP address of Boalsburg (192.168.251.1) it fails.
It attempts to resolve/validate the DNS server, but the FQDN just gets resolved to the Netbios name BOALSBURG and under 'Validated' it just says 'A timeout has occurred' - WINS is enabled on the 2003 server and I assume that's why I'm at least getting something under FQDN.
:ducks My first thought was that the secondary zone on SHAREPOINT would replicate the blackery.local secondary zone automatically to PARKSERV but it hasn't done so. EDIT: It almost has to be a firewall issue relating to the VPN .
I tested AD replication between the two DCs (dcdiag /test:replications) and forced a replication through AD Sites and Services. I can ping all day long from BOALSBURG (blackberry.local) to PARKSERV (copper.local) but not the other way around.
That change was replicated to the other copper.local domain controller. I'd be looking at the VPN configuration between sites now and verifying personally that the crypto maps and firewall rules actually do allow all traffic. And of course, the obvious launching of the DNS management console as Run As Administrator. I would also be using something like wireshark to see wtf is being passed to and fro. Posts in this and the Server Room forum have saved my bacon many a time. I'd be looking at the VPN configuration between sites now and verifying personally that the crypto maps and firewall rules actually do allow all traffic.
One thing to note, if there is any filtering, is that zone transfers (AFXR/IXFR) with windows do NOT use UDP/53. So if your network/VPN admin is saying 'oh yeah, we allow DNS' he may be only allowing port 53. One thing to note, if there is any filtering, is that zone transfers (AFXR/IXFR) with windows do NOT use UDP/53. So if your network/VPN admin is saying 'oh yeah, we allow DNS' he may be only allowing port 53.
I have two DCs in different domains: Name: Parkserv OS: 2008 R2Domain: copper.local IP: 192.168.250.3Name: Boalsburg OS: 2003 R2Domain: blackberry.local IP: 192.168.251.1There were no issues creating the copper.local forward look zone on Boalsburg (blackberry.local), I can see all the DNS entries as I should.
Also, I was filtering the ASA logs by the first three octets (192.168.250.
X) so even if the other address wasn't a named object I would have never seen it.
The 192.168.1.50 address is a virtual interface for a single Hyper-V guest on a secondary physical interface - oh yes they're rocking Hyper-V on a DC.
I reason I could still see the pings from 'PARKSERV' in the ASA logs was that the 'PARKSERV' was a named network object that included both IP addresses as the hosts.