Why does my DNS report show recursive queries allowed warning?

If you use our global DNS listed below Our authoritative name servers do not respond to recursive queries but they do respond to a global wild card for domains that do not exist in our systems. So if you ask us for a domain that is not in the system you will be sent to page that will indicate this.

ns1.rivalhost-global-dns.com
ns2.rivalhost-global-dns.com
ns3.rivalhost-global-dns.com
ns4.rivalhost-global-dns.com

DO NOT USE THESE NAME-SERVERS UNLESS THEY WERE SPECIFICALLY ASSIGNED. THEY WILL NOT WORK AND YOUR SITE WILL GO DOWN UNLESS THESE ARE SPECIFICALLY ASSIGNED AND SETUP.

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