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The 192.168.1.50 address is a virtual interface for a single Hyper-V guest on a secondary physical interface - oh yes they're rocking Hyper-V on a DC.

I reason I could still see the pings from 'PARKSERV' in the ASA logs was that the 'PARKSERV' was a named network object that included both IP addresses as the hosts.

If e DNS is on, the ASA with default inspection maps will block it due to oversize packets. The zone transfer actually works fine on the other DC (SHAREPOINT) in the copper.local domain - not sure why I didn't try this as Step 2 (although EDNS could have possibly affected it). Just for kicks and possible future reference I'll throw a couple other steps in there.

Watch the syslog while attempting a zone transfer and see if anything gets logged (assuming your ASA reports level 4, I think that's what level the block is). -Disabled EDNS on both servers (2008 with dnscmd and 2003 with a registry entry - although a change on one side would suffice -Verified relevelant traffic was passing through the ASA.

Even though it won't/shouldn't help I'm going to reboot both servers just for the hell of it. FWIW, I've got no issues on my setup with Win2003 R2 (32bit) and Win 2008R2 mixed, but I disabled the e DNS as soon as the Win2008R2 boxes were setup.

That and they're not connecting over a VPN and a million other possible variables that differ.

Here's the next question and don't stone me for this one.

Built inbound UDP connection 1637567 for outside:192.168.251.1/59715 (192.168.251.1/59715) to inside: Parkserv/53 (Parkserv/53)Built inbound UDP connection 1637566 for outside:192.168.251.1/59715 (192.168.251.1/59715) to inside: Sharepoint/53 (Sharepoint/53)^High UDP port number originating from source to DNS port (53) destined for the two DCs in the domain. [yeah yeah, Sharepoint as a DC - didn't do it and only two servers on network]So now it's narrowed down to a single DC (PARKSERV).Parkserv creates the forward lookup zone for the other domain (blackberry.local) but when I select it I get an error about Zone Not Loaded by DNS Server - Transfer of zone data from master server has failed.Long story short, I can create a secondary forward lookup zone one way (add the copper.local zone to the blackberry.local DC) but not the other way (add the blackberry.local zone to the copper.local DC).That change was replicated to the other copper.local domain controller. I'd be looking at the VPN configuration between sites now and verifying personally that the crypto maps and firewall rules actually do allow all traffic. And of course, the obvious launching of the DNS management console as Run As Administrator. I would also be using something like wireshark to see wtf is being passed to and fro. Posts in this and the Server Room forum have saved my bacon many a time. I'd be looking at the VPN configuration between sites now and verifying personally that the crypto maps and firewall rules actually do allow all traffic.One thing to note, if there is any filtering, is that zone transfers (AFXR/IXFR) with windows do NOT use UDP/53. So if your network/VPN admin is saying 'oh yeah, we allow DNS' he may be only allowing port 53. One thing to note, if there is any filtering, is that zone transfers (AFXR/IXFR) with windows do NOT use UDP/53. So if your network/VPN admin is saying 'oh yeah, we allow DNS' he may be only allowing port 53.I would take any errors at this point just from a troubleshooting standpoint.