Not sure how tough a question this will be but here goes
Currently I have 2 domains set up on my network. We'll call them Domain1 and Domain2.
I have a comuters in the corporate office with a class C subnet. These computers are on a 10.1.10.??? network. These computers in the office are all in Domain1.
I also have 3 computers in the corporate office that are in Domain2 that have the 10.1.10.??? network.
I can see all these computers through network neighborhood.
Now here comes the tricky part
I have computers scattered through out the United states that are on Domain2, with a subnet class of there own. However they are on a 10.???.???.??? network
For example I may have one site in Michigan with 4 computers. Lets say they have ip addresses of 10.20.70.101
and I also have a site in Florida with 4 computers. Lets say they have ip addresses of 10.22.10.101
We I browse the network with Domain2 I only see the 3 computers in the corporate office. ie ip addresses on the 10.1.10.??? network.
So my question is this. How and What would I need to do to get the computers that are in differnet locations to show up in the network neighborhood?
Hope this all make sense