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Error while adding a 3rd node to Win 2012 cluster across WAN

Posted on 2013-10-30
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We've managed to add 2 DB servers at a local site (both running
Win 2012 DC) into a cluster.

Now, when trying to add a 3rd node (over the WAN) into the
cluster, it gave the attached errors.

We've permitted the firewall rules as per MS recommendation.

When did we go wrong & how to fix this?

We plan to set up SQL2012 AAG (AlwaysOn Avail Grp)
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There's no reply till now ... at least suggest some isolation measures
I can take to troubleshoot this
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My colleagues have managed to get the right ports together with
MS & we've got it working.  Can I just close this thread ?
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