I did a DNS check on my domain name ( server ) and I got the warning result in NS TTL discrepancy says "Your NS records at your authoritative DNS servers have TTLs that do not match what the parent servers report". Here is the complete message in quote
Warning: Your NS records at your authoritative DNS servers have TTLs that do not match what the parent servers report:
TTL for NS record ns1.bhelper.com. is 172800 at parent versus 14400 at 188.8.131.52.
TTL for NS record ns2.bhelper.com. is 172800 at parent versus 14400 at 184.108.40.206.
In some cases, this can cause some serious problems. For example, if the parent servers have a 172800 second TTL (48 hours), and your authoritative DNS servers report a TTL of 3600 seconds (1 hour), you are saying that the parent DNS servers do not have the correct information. But, after 1 hour your DNS records may time out. At that point a DNS resolver will need to get fresh NS records. This can cause a serious problem in some cases.
I notice the 2nd TTL line is not what I expected. I expecte to see the ip is 220.127.116.11 NOT 18.104.22.168
My server might have setup DNS wrong? Where do I find this information on my server? what file to look for?