Running SolidCP 1.4.7 and SimpleDNS 8 (Build 110).
When domains are added, only a single NS record is created. Both the Primary and Secondary name server inputs are set in the service properties. I can’t find any other place to set the name server records that should be created for new domains.
The NS record is normally made from the Name Servers listed in the Provider.
I have tried this on SolidCP v1.4.7 and SimpleDNS 8.0 build 110 which is the same version you have and it was set correctly on newly created DNS records.
Can you confirm you have set it then either added the new domain or disable and enable the DNS?
I do have both name servers set on the DNS service on the DNS server under Servers in SolidCP. I just tried again and the secondary server is not set when enabling DNS on a domain or when creating a domain and enabling DNS from there.
Well, I just went looking in my Simple DNS config and found that the secondary NS wasn’t set in the “Default Zone Values” options. Doing this places the secondary NS on new domains/zones but I still think there’s a bug with SolidCP because it’s not using the “Secondary Name Server” option.
I mainly only use MS DNS my self,
however normally “Secondary dns services” should have all secondaries added (via the dropdown) it should then attempt to create the zones on the secondary servers (secondary zones).
Did you have any auditlog info when creating the domain?
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