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Importing DNS Zones

ProVision offers multiple DNS zone import options, available under the  Data Import tab in the the Admin section of ProVision.

DNS Import Options

ProVision offers various DNS zone import options available under the  Data Import tab in the the Admin section of ProVision:


BIND Zone Import

  • Imports using the named.conf configuration file tied to the zones you are uploading, a .zip or .tar file of the zones themselves, and an optional .csv file mapping zones to customers.

PowerDNS Zone Import 

  • Option is available after configuring a PowerDNS server with a MySQL backend.  Connects to the selected server and imports all zones.

InfoBlox Zone Import 

  • Imports DNS zones using a provided Host, Username, and Password. The InfoBlox import pulls all zones on the InfoBlox LOCAL grid and adds them to a designated Group. It is advised to create a DNS Group prior to the import with default parameters and NS records to be inherited by the imported records.

NS One Zone Import

  •  Imports DNS zones using a NS One API Key. It is advised to create a DNS Group prior to the import with default parameters and NS records to be inherited by the imported records. 

Dyn DNS Zone Import

  • Imports DNS zones using a Dyn DNS Customer Name, Username, and Password. It is advised to create a DNS Group prior to the import with default parameters and NS records to be inherited by the imported records. 

DNSMadeEasy Zone Import

  • Imports DNS zones using a DNSMadeEasy API Key and API Secret. It is advised to create a DNS Group prior to the import with default parameters and NS records to be inherited by the imported records. 

IPPlan Zone Import

  • Imports DNS zones using IPPlan MySQL database options. It is advised to create a DNS Group prior to the import with default parameters and NS records to be inherited by the imported records. 



Continue to the following sections for details on performing each import method:

 

 

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