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Hi boys and girls,
In my works we have 2 ISPConfig servers and we must unify them, anyone do that? which is the better way?

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I think the only way to to set up a new ISPConfig server and then set up all web sites and users manually, one by one...
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Thanks falko,
Another thing I have to do is put my servers in a new IP Segment/network, I read about it and document it, but I dont know if the DNS server will fail, I have 2 interfaces (one in each segment/network), so if BIND can resolve the domains in the old network as long as I updated to the new will be great.

It that posible?, and if isnt which is the way to do it?
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One more question, the only way of migrate the all the zones of the BIND server its one by one or its another way to do it? and its safe to have two server in master with the same zone?

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Thanks falko,
Another thing I have to do is put my servers in a new IP Segment/network, I read about it and document it, but I dont know if the DNS server will fail, I have 2 interfaces (one in each segment/network), so if BIND can resolve the domains in the old network as long as I updated to the new will be great.
I'd let the old BIND run with the old IP addresses until the migration is finished.

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the only way of migrate the all the zones of the BIND server its one by one
Yes.

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and its safe to have two server in master with the same zone?
Temporarily yes, but I'd switch off one master after some time and use a slave instead.
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