Routing and Remote Access

Posted on 2004-08-17
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I seem to have a slight issue.  It seems that from the routing and remote access setup to connect theses two sites is only working “one” way.

DomainB can call out and connect to DomainA and can even see the systems on DoaminA’s network.  But DomainA can’t see DomainB’s network.
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by:NetoMeter Screencasts
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How is RRAS configured - to Route between the two network Segments or to NAT between them?

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Just 'route'

Two Server setup... One in Country A the other in Country B
I think i may have found my issue.  I had the interface on one of my server set to NAT.

But the address space is like such:  Server B:  Server A:
I need to talk both ways and even resolve via dns.
Both systems are domains controlers, i am working on trusts between them
but the networking needs to be right 1st also.
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There is nothing wrong with having NAT configured on your server.
You may have several physical interfaces on your RRAS server. If you want to Route between two of them neather one should be configured as Internal interface for NAT

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by:Tim Holman
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One way RRAS, 99% of the time means an internal routing problem, or NAT interfering with the normal course of traffic.

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