The small amount of media you transfered wont instantly cycle the new tank, it will just help it/speedup the process.
Saying that, the 0ppm ammonia and nitrite is a good sign, but its a bit difficult to judge after just 2 days.
Possibly your aquarium is sufficiently cycled for the small number of fish you transfered and any nitrate produced is just not high enough to read because of the very low bioload.
Possibly your tank isnt sufficiently cycled for the number of fish you transfered and any ammonia and nitrite produced is just not enough to read because of the very low bioload.
Impossible to tell which after such a short time period.
Your options are.
- Keep on with what you are doing. If you continue to see 0ppm ammonia and nitrite and your nitrate start to rise, you can transfer some more fish after a week or so. Rinse and repeat till all your fish are transfered.
- Move your HOB
onto your larger tank along with all your fish and run it alongside your cannister for a couple of weeks before removing it. Transfer any biomedia you can into the cannister at this point also.