mardi 28 février 2012 15:20
I have started working for a smaller company and we currenlty have 4 sites. They are all connected to the internet via comcast business class. We have static IP addresses avaible. Currently each site has its own active directory, domain, and none of the other sites are aware of each other. I was wondering if there was any good resrouces on reading up on how best to configure a single domain that would connect all of these sites.
I am assuming that there will have to be point to point vpn connections made at each site. Outside of that I am kind of in the dark. I have my MCSA 2003 cert and have worked with MS for over 10 years, but it was in an enterprise role, so theWAN adminstration is new to me.
I am assuming that I am not the first person to run into this issue, however I do not seem to be able to put together the correct google search terms to find a blog from anyone who as done this before.
Thanks for any recomendations.
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mercredi 29 février 2012 07:32Modérateur
Thanks for posting here.
In order to make the other sites could be connected form each one, logic connection is required , could be site to site VPN or leased line . however due to the cost spending reason , I’d suggest to first set a central main site and make all sites connect to it via site to site VPN or leased line . After that we have to also set the routing entries in central site in order to make a full connection .
DNS is the first thing we need to set before deploy domain trust in order to forward the DNS querying requests to the compounding DNS server that holding it. After that we can set domain trust between it :
Administering Domain and Forest Trusts
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