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Hi Fred,

you can configure your dns server as a secundary of the one used on ispconfig, this way the dns changes would be propagated to the slaves by the master (ispconfig), at the same time on the slaves you can maintain your configuration options.
Other way, not so elegant, is for you to hack the dns ispconfig configuration files and place there your configuraion options and create, via nfs, an export fs to your dns server.

I'm quite shure that there are other ways of doing this, but these two should do the trick for you.

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