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Why do DNS checks of the registry still throw warnings?

The nameservers of Openprovider are configured as precise as possible. Nevertheless, it is possible that the final check by the registry throws one or more warnings. This is the result of the generality of Openprovider, in order to deal with a large number of registries, which might have some little differences in interpretation. In general, you can ignore the warnings.

When you use Openprovider as a slave nameserver, then the warnings and errors are likely to be a result of misconfiguration on your side. You can solve these issues in your own (primary) nameserver, after which Openprovider will follow automatically.

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