I have a routing problem on my point to point routers between my remote office and my main office.
The remote office user logon to my active directory is not working correctly. (the users are not prompted to change there passwords.)
I do not know the commands to direct domain traffic to the servers at my office. i have attached both configs from the routers.
If you have any questions please ask,i need to get this resolved.
If pinging the FQDN does resolve the name to an address (and assuming that it resolves to the correct address) then I do not think that it would be a DNS issue. If you ping by address and do not get a response then I believe that it sounds more like a routing issue. I would suggest the following steps as a way of testing to find the problem:
- all of these should be done from a PC in the LAN at the remote site.
- from the PC can you ping the serial interface of the remote site router? This tests that the default gateway of the PC is configured correctly.
- from the PC can you ping the serial interface of the main site router? This tests that the main site can route back to the LAN of the remote site.
- from the PC can you ping the Ethernet interface of the main site router? This is more testing of routing to the remote subnet and routing of responses.
- if the PC can ping to the Ethernet of the main site but can not ping the server, then perhaps there is a problem with the default gateway of the server. So test whether the server can ping the serial interface of the main site router.
Give these a try and let us know what you find.