I am stuck after trying just about everything i have found on the topic. I Currently have the following setup that I am attempting to install SQL Monitor 3 on:
Web Server with IIS7
SQL Server 2012 Server
I am a domain admin on both servers. Both servers are also under the same domain. I was able to install the base monitor on the sql server machine. I have verified that my account has full control over the folders specified in the installation documentation.
Base monitor installed successfully, i went into the services manager on the sql server and set the base monitor to run under my account, and made sure it is running.
On the web server i installed the software setup the application in IIS and set the application pool to run under my account as well. when i load the monitor webpage regardless of whether or not i access it through localhost or the ip address. It asks me to connect to the base monitor server. I have put in the name and port trying both the ip address and the domain name along with the default port the base monitor setup for me. I looked at the firewall settings on the base monitor server and created a rule to open that port allowing all connections for right now just to try to get past this, yet still no matter what i do i always end up with the following error:
A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond 10.1.1.1:7399
If anyone can help me get past this error it would be much appreciated.
Not sure if its important or not but just as a side note: running command prompt as admin from each of the servers i am able to ping the other by using the domain name and the ip address