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We are currently managing our DNS zone in command line and looking for a good tool to manage in online. Is there a good gui tool would you recommend? We use Bind
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You could take a look at webmin (you can use it to manage lots of different parts of linux, not just bind):

http://webmin.com
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I  just want to manage DNS zone ... not everything
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You can still use webmin to just manage DNS. You don't have to use it's other functions or modules.
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Looking only for DNS . I might need to manage few DNS zone servers.
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thank you
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