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    Windows 2000 AD:

    I have 2 sites and when I open replmon it shows my 4 DCs (2 in Site A, 2 in Site B) and the following replication links: (Site B is not live right now, I waiting until this is resolved before using the site)

    DC1-SiteA replicates to DC2-SiteA & DC2-SiteB
    DC2-SiteA replicates to DC1-SiteA

    DC1-SiteB replicates to DC2-SiteB
    DC2-SiteB replicates to nothing

    Obivously there is a problem (SiteA goes to SiteB, but if anything changes in SiteB it is lost).

    I have both sites under ADSS with the subnet I use for each.

    I would like to change it as follows (unless I could have them all point to each other)
    DC1-SiteA replicates to DC2-SiteA & DC1-SiteB
    DC2-SiteA replicates to DC1-SiteA

    DC1-SiteB replicates to DC2-SiteB & DC1-SiteA
    DC2-SiteB replicates to DC1-SiteB

    Thanks!

    Hobie

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    Re: Adding replication links

    Its been a LONG time since I did Win2K stuff, but IIRC you should leave the KCC to manage replication rather than doing things manually.

    Check your event logs for issues as you clearly have something wrong. Also try moving everything back to the "default site link"
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: Adding replication links

      Hi,


      How is ur replication topology setup.
      can you issue netdiag from DC2 Site B and DCdiag (specify DC1 Site A DC against /domaincontroller parameter)

      post the results
      Thanks & Regards
      v-2nas

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