My office is located in Barbados and the remote site is in Canada. Both offices are running Windows 2000 Server and Professional for the clients. I have a Netscreen firewall which was used on both ends to configure the tunnel which by the way is up and running. I can ping both ends of the tunnel successfully by IP address but not by name. I have the firewall allocating the Ip addresses to my clients hence it is my DHCP server. I have instaled the DNS active directory integration. I have forwarders setup to get onto the internet. I am trying to set up a trust relationship between the two offices but the error as stated before is that the "Domain cannot be contacted." From reading varying articles on the internet it stated that in order for a trust to work between two remote locations the DNS must be set up so that the servers in each forest can resolve names of the servers in teh trusted of the other forest. I am not sure how to go about doing this in DNS.
Does this information help.
I am unclear as how to proceed. Please help. If you need any more information please do not hesitate to ask.
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