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How to setup Plesk that is running as a primary DNS server for integrating it with a secondary (slave) DNS server?
How to setup master Plesk with slave DNS server without Plesk installed:
The integration can be performed using Slave DNS Manager extension available in Extensions Catalog in Plesk: Plesk > Extensions > install Slave DNS Manager > Add Slave > specify Slave DNS IP Address
The extension works according to the following algorithm:
- It registers a slave server in the extension settings
- The slave server’s IP address is automatically added to the list of addresses allowed to transfer domain zones from the Plesk server
- When creating, modifying, or deleting an active domain zone in Plesk, Plesk creates, modifies, or deletes the domain zone in the local DNS service
- The script starts and receives the domain name and the command to create, modify, or delete a domain zone
- The script initiates
rndccommand for each connected slave server
- Slave servers synchronize domain zones with the ones on the Plesk server
Visit Plesk Extension Guide for instructions on setting up a secondary DNS
How to setup master Plesk with slave DNS server with Plesk installed:
Warning: The same domains should exist on both master and slave Plesk servers. It prevents DNS data from getting corrupted.
If the Slave server has Plesk installed, no need to install Slave DNS Manager extension. Instead, IP address of the Slave DNS should be specified on Master, in Tools & Settings > DNS Template > Transfer Restrictions Template.
Note: Add the IP address of the Master server in Tools & Settings > DNS Template > Transfer Restrictions Template on Slave server side as well.