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One Windows domain, two IP Ranges. Possible?

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Dear All,

We have a simple network (1 DC, 2 member servers, a database server (db1), an onsite failover (db2) and some 20 clients) on the 192.168.245.0/24 range, linked to the internet via a Watchguard Firebox X Core.

For failover reasons, we are installing a database server (db3) with our files and SQL database in a datacenter. The IP range in the DC is 10.0.1.0/24 .

In the DC, there's also a Watchguard Firebox and there's a VPN link between both.


My issue is that I want to include the db3 into my on-site domain.

How can I do that? I already made it a member while it was on the 192.168.245.x range and then changed the IP address to 10.0.1.2, but the db3 cannot reach the domain, even though there is IP connectivity (SMB/PING/...)

best regards,

Nicolas
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by:Net-Doc
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DB3 will need to use the domain dns server. This will allow it to find the domain. Will DB3 become a DC? If so make sure to add a new site in AD.
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It's set up to use the domain DNS server, but it's not necessary that it becomes a domain controller

(DC = DataCenter)
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Use NSlookup to make sure that it is correctly resolving dns
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by:nd2u
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NSLookup correctly connects to our DNS server, which is also the Domain Controller.

When I lookup the name of my Domain Controller (including the domain name), it correctly resolves to the IP address of the dom.contr.

If I only use the computer name, it does not resolve.
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by:nd2u
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I took the DB3 out of the domain and tried to put it back in again.

Then I got the following message:

A domain controller for the domain XXXX could not be contacted.

(...)

DNS was successfully queried for the service location (SRV) resource record used to locate a domain controller for domain XXX.

The query was for the SRV record for
_ldap._tcp.dc._msdcs.XXXX

the following domain controllers were identified by the query:

dc.XXXX

Common causes of this error include:

- Host (A) records that map the name of the domain controller to its IP addresses are missing or contain incorrect addresses.

--> I can resolve the ipname of the domain controller... So this should not be the problem, right?

- Domain controllers registered in DNS are not connected to the network or are not running

--> it is running



??

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OOPS

problem solved.

I still had the DB3 on-site and connected it to a different port on my watchguard for test purposes.

Turned out that the firewall blocked access to the 389 port... Opened it and it's working fine.

sorry!!!
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Good fix
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