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I a server called Vermont on a different domain, with a trust relationship.

I can ping the server there. enter image description here

But when I try to connect to it, from my SSMS I get the following error:

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I used to connect to that server, and I have replication set up, and the Vermont Server is one of the publishers.

I called the people there and I have been told that they have moved the IP address of Vermont to a subnet.

Despite allowing sql server to connect through the firewall, what else I need to put in place in order for me to connect to my local machine to the Vermont server?

I understand that the Vermont server needs to allow remote connection

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I also understand that the sql protocols like tcp/ip and the ports must be open and set. 1433 for tcp/ip and let's say 1434 for named pipes.

I have domain accounts that would have permissions to connect to Vermont or any sql server server in either of our domains.

what else could be missing that I cannot connect to the Vermont server?

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    Is there a firewall between you and the server? If yes, that would be the first thing to check. – Tony Hinkle Mar 5 '19 at 13:21
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    Have you tried connecting to the server with the IP address or the FQDN? – Randi Vertongen Mar 5 '19 at 13:42

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