ADS across different netwroks ADS Over NAT

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Hi All,

I have asked two more questions about 1 ADS with multiple subnet. No one is answered .Can any one answer for the following

1 Can we use 1 ADS running in windows 2000 server fro different subnets/CAn ADS span in different subnet that is routed?

I have tried through a NAT router but unable to join clients from different subnets.

Could any on help me on this?

Thanks in advance

 

 

 

 



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windows server 2000
ASKED: November 12, 2009  12:21 PM
UPDATED: November 19, 2009  12:28 AM

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Active Directory services is better known as AD or AD DS (Active Directory Domain Services) for Server 2008, but getting on to the question, you need to configure network routes to each subnet, and add each subnet to the Subnets folder in Active Directory Sites and Services.

You can either use static routes or a spanning tree like EIGRP or RIP.

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  • mshen
    ADS is an acronym for many things. It would help if you clarified your question or at least what you mean by ADS.
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  • sumeshbnr
    I mean Active directory service
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  • sumeshbnr
    Are you sure about this "add each subnet to the Subnets folder in Active Directory Sites and Services." since this netwrok is not directly connected to the ad 2000 server and it is routed one.
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  • mshen
    Yes, though that part isn't as critical. If routing is working, make sure you are using the Domain Controller as your DNS server for all of your clients. If you still have issues, more detail on your network design and error messages will help us isolate the issue so we can give you a better response.
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