rv042 conected ro rv082 windows server 2003 problem

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by joeWolf, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. joeWolf

    joeWolf LI Guru Member

    hi i need some advisor i have the next config in a vpn

    RV082 is conected to a adsl modem (1megabit of dowload and 128kb of upload)
    the Rv082 i have a lan with a windows 2003 server active directory instaled

    in the midle a internet an the other side

    Rv042 conected to a antena (1megabit of download and upload) same configuration wiht another network and server 2003.

    ok i try to join the server in the rv042 to my first server in the RV082 i do this: left click in my pc , i go to the lan group name i change to domain i put the name of domain i get the login and password window to join me to domain and i wait, wait and oop`s window error say me something about the waiting time is to long to join me to the domain. i recieve a advice from a friend if may be the packets are daying and i need to check if windows have a special configuration for a this type of conections.

    at this moment i dont know where is the problem in my conection, my configuration??? or what else??

    i made another proof i try to copy one file of 200k to one side to other and oops again i get a error .

    so any advice is welcome

    and best regards.
  2. maxifus

    maxifus LI Guru Member


    Maybe the problem is the DNS, to join a domain you need to resolve his name first and of course you must configure the IP of DNS server of the domain that you are trying to join in the network adapter (both, primary and secondary) to do this...

    Tell me if it works
  3. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    Are you using any kind of port forwarding or nat mapping on either end (first and foremost). Second unless you are creating a vpn between the 2 routers you will need to connect to the other side by its isp ip and then tell the router what to do with the traffic when it sees it. A little more info from you and we should beable to get you figured out.
  4. YeOldeStonecat

    YeOldeStonecat Network Guru Member

    Fill in the DNS suffix also, as well as making sure that your remote workstations 1 and only DNS server in TCP properties is the IP of your DC. You can remove the DNS suffix once you've joined AD...the workstation will have to keep using the DCs IP as its DNS server though.
  5. joeWolf

    joeWolf LI Guru Member

    to maxifus
    the domain is resolving if i do a nslookup i see in the both sides of my networks
  6. joeWolf

    joeWolf LI Guru Member

    Yeo, i trying to do that but i recieve the same result i can join to the domain
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