I made a change in my DNS configuration due to a technical issue with a SSL certificate and that made me redesign my DBS setup a bit. Basically I had to take the shared domains off of xxx.xxx.xxx.20 to allow it to use the Cert and take my previously dedicated NS1 IP address of xxx.xxx.xxx.25 and use it to share my domains. I don't think it is a problem to do this, as far as sharing a NS record IP... but since I did this, checks at DNS Report are reporting an oddity that only seems to effect domains using .ORG By the way, I have three IP addresses. I originally intended to have the nameservers with dedicated IPs and share the other for the domains. Look at these two reports to see what I mean: theaverageamerican.net chapelhilllife.net The report of the .NET domain looks normal but the report on the .ORG shows an odd look return indicator for the nameservers. It says WARNING. The parent servers (I checked with tld6.ultradns.co.uk.) are not providing glue for all your nameservers. This means that they are supplying the NS records (host.example.com), but not supplying the A records (192.0.2.53), which can cause slightly slower connections, and may cause incompatibilities with some non-RFC-compliant programs. Is this a problem that I should be concerned about? Why does it just show up in the .ORG type? Please share your insight... thanks!!!