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Adtran router configuration

Posted on 2010-08-20
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I currently have three locations I am dealing with.  I have location 1 and 2 that are in the same forest.  Location 1 is the main domain with location 2 apart of the same domain.  Location 1 has a domain trust set up with location 3 which is a totally seperate forest.  I can share files to and from location 1 from both location 2 and 3.  However, Location 3 cannot see location 2 and location 2 cannot see location 3.  I can't ping from either 2 or 3.  Location 2 and 1 are in the same domain just for example abc.com.  How can I get def.com to talk to location 2?
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Sounds like you need to open some more ports between 2 and 3

Look at the site 1 to 3 config to see which ports are open

I hope this helps !
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