2k3 server netdom reset =The network path was not found port issue ?

I am trying to reset the secure channel between these 2 w2k3 boxes , on the DC I cannot connect on port 135 or 139 so is this the issue >?

C:\Documents and Settings\c24>netdom reset /d:fh.com hxxxxx11
The network path was not found.

The command failed to complete successfully.

C:\Documents and Settings\c23634>netdom reset /d:fh.com 192.1xx.72.21
The network path was not found.

The command failed to complete successfully.

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Yes. (maybe) -- Netdom only needs ports 135 and 139 so until you are sure these ports are open to connections this is the issue. If the ports are clear and you can connect or the attempts to 135/139 are not being denied/refused, then it is a different issue.

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I would suggest taking down ANY firewalls all the way temporarily to see if that is the source of the blockage.

Near the bottom of this page MS lists AD Trust tasks and the ports they require open.
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