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I'm having problem replicating AD between 2 sites

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I am having problem replicating active directory between 2 sites. It is the first time I will do this. I have 4 domain controllers and replication seem to be fine. I created a new site and I moved one of the DCs to the new site. Now it is no longer replicating with other domain controllers.
Please help.
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I resolved this by enabling tcp port 135 to and from both sites on the firewall between them. I guess it's the port used by the RPC service.
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