thanks for the quick response, it's not displaying in the actual ISPconfig web admin (:8080) DNS screen.
I did notice that when I try to add the same data, an error does pop up:
"There is already a record for this zone".
my question has more to do with why I am not seeing the zones getting listed in the web UI.
I like using dig -t ns, etc. for actual network commands, so I guess what I am observing might just be a UI issue.
when I add other types of data, like clients, etc., those display fine, so it seems this issue is restricted to the actual DNS screen in the web UI.
I QA'd everything else and it's working fine. Could it be that a slight update of ISPconfig3 might do the trick, or since you have been on the forum a while, what would you say might be my best bet for troubleshooting this?
To be exact, I am trying to about 5 zones, for various domains I wish to move off some CP servers I run.
I am still getting used to the concept of mysql-based DNS after years and years of using BIND/named commands with tail -f /var/log/messages, etc.
Any help is much appreciated, I guess if I could tell what logging mechanism to use to see if DNS changes are actually working (tailing whatever log you recommend would be fine with me) I wouldn't care so much about the web UI not displaying stuff.
I like the tool so far, I used ISPconfig2 a while back and it was great...