troubleshooting Question

Authenticating users from subdomains against RADIUS in forest root domain

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We have created a new IAS Radius server in our parent domain for authentication of Cisco VPN clients.  I would like to add the capability to have the child domains use the radius server on the parent domain for authentication.  I have the AAA-server setup on the ASA5510 on one of the Routers to use for testing.  I opened up the ports on the parent domains firewall and pointed them to the IAS server.  For some reason I cannot get the aaa-server on the cisco asa5510 to authenticate against the radius server on the parent domain.  I have tried using the ip for the ias server and the parent domains router IP.  I am clearly hitting a wall at this point and would like some input from those smarter than I on this subject.  I do have the Radius authentication working perfectly on the parent domain but I was hoping to get this working on the child domains without installing IAS server on each domain.  
Zone changed to include Routers by Netminder 29 Jul 2008
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