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Allowing domain traffic to pass across point to point

i have a remote office that has a point to point between it and my companys main office. My problem seems to be that no domain traffic is passing from the remote end of the point to point to my main office network. example - i have set a user to change there log in password and there computer never prompts the user to change the password.

I have attached a copy of my routers config, please let me know if anything else needs to be posted.

Thank you

Shane

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Re: Allowing domain traffic to pass across point to point

Looking at your config, you have two default routes. Is that what you need? If this site is single ended, you can remove-

ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.254

I doubt this is a router/routing issue. From the remote site can you ping, by FQDN, a server at the main office? If not, get that resolved first. If DNS is not working correctly, it will cause issues that you are experiencing.

Hope that helps.

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