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Linked server under 2 VLANs

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How to create a Linked server to be accessed by 2 different VLANs each having MS SQL 2005 server enterprise on Windows 2003 enterprise ?
What are the data needed to accomplish this task, considering all aspects of security and performance?
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Raja Jegan R earned 500 total points
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Kindly check the following:

1. Make sure sufficient ports are opened for these two VLAN's so that these two servers can access each other without any issues.
2. Don't open the default ports 1433 and open a different port instead.
3. Make sure that MSDTC is running on both sides with port 135 excluded to make it work from both the sides.
4. Make sure that only authorized users are able to connect using VPN connection.
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Why a C Grade?

Kindly check this one out..

http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi403

And request you to re-assign appropriate grades.
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