I have two Cisco 877 routers which i have created a site to site vpn using the wizard and the vpn is now connected and i can ping accross the vpn in both directions.
I have a small business server on site 1 and on site 2 im trying to connect 3 computers to the domain on site 1. When i change from workgroup to domain it finds the domain and asks for the user name and password, when i input the administrators details it comes back with an error after about 15mins saying it did not respond in a timely fashion??
I have created the basic firewall and added a rule to allow all traffic through the tunnel.
I have tried the links and gave all the users on the remote site access and still have the same problem.
It will not connect to the domain.
It will however connect to the domain if i create a ppptp vpn connection using windows but when i restart the pc it doesnt get to the log in screen it hangs on applying network connections. Unless i remove the network cable and re-insert it when the login screen appears. if i login using a dialup connection (using the ppptp vpn connection in windows) it logs into the domain fine. If i login without using the vpn dialup connection it takes about 20mins to log in and hangs all the time on applying computer settings.
I have tried changing the lmhost file on the client pc and inserting the domain.
The client pc has the server on site 1 as the Primary dns server then an external dns server for the second.
I still cannot remote desktop to the server from site2 accross the vpn on the internal ip address. If i remote the other way from the server to a pc on the remote site it starts to open a black screen as if it will work then i get an error saying it lost connection to the remote pc.
I can ping accross the vpn ok, but cannot access any shares on the pc accross the vpn it times out.
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