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our network has one 2003 server, let's call it server A, its domain is AAA. we just bought another 2003 server, server B, domain is BBB. I created Trust Relationship for A and B.
From B, I can ping and I can remote connect to A, but I don't see AAA domain in My Network Places, I can see other domains but not AAA
From A, I can't ping B with IP address and computer name. I can see BBB domain in My Network Places, but when click on BBB domain I got error: "BBB is not accessible..."
A and B are in the same subnet.
Do you know what is wrong here? please help.
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by:Jay_Jay70
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Hi ithawaii,

netbios enabled on server A? no Firewalls enabled? what kind of trust did you establish?

Cheers!
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Are these staticly assigned? Do they both use the same DNS servers? What is on A and B (AD, DNS, DHCP, IIS, EXCHANGE)??
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by:ithawaii
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Here are the info about our servers:
both A and B have "Default" for NetBios setting.
We don't have any windows Firewall on either A or B since we enabled RRAS
i created trust relationship for outgoing and incoming inside Active Dir Domains and Trusts
A is the current DNS server. I tried to use A as a DNS server for B, also tried B as DNS server for itself, but still can't ping.
A has static. B has dynamic IP.
both A and B has DNS, DHCP, IIS installed.
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by:ithawaii
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i forget to tell you that the trust relation is external
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by:Jay_Jay70
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if the trusts are all verified and working, try forcing netbios on the connections
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by:ithawaii
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thanks guys, i figured out why. It's because of my RRAS server. I disabled it. it worked now.
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cool cool

well done
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by:ithawaii
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i got another problem with IIS. If u guys can help pls go to http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Microsoft_Network/Q_21812286.html
I'll appreciate it. :)
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