I have to get virtual machines replicating across the internet, from a Hyper-V Core 2012 R2 machine on one domain (lets call this Primary.Domain1.local) to our replica machine here (Lets call this Replica.Domain2.local)
We have set up a VPN between the two locations - which may or may not be necessary as I understand it. Anyway, I can ping my replication machine from the primary hyper-v host, so that should be okay. I have enabled all the relevant firewall rules on both servers, my https hyper-v reciever is running, and I created a self-signed root CA on each machine, with private key certificates generated under each CA on each machine. I then took both of these certs and imported into the other server on each end. I configured Replica.domain2.local's listener to use it's Replica.domain2.local certificate, as well as the opposite for the Primary server when setting up replication.
It seems that I may be missing some firewall rule for another management service or something along those lines. When I go to turn on replication, my first red flag is on the wizard where it says "Could not get configuration details of the specified server."