nameserver requirements to .de domain name

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Do your name server fulfill all requirements for a .de domain?
I am trying to point a .de domain to your name servers from Godaddy but it keeps failing. The domain is

Godaddy inform of follow requirements:
You must have two authoritative nameservers. You can verify if your nameservers are authoritative by visiting and entering the domain name and its nameservers to receive a reply. If the answer at ZoneCheck lists a non-authoritative answer at the top of the nameserver list, your nameservers are not authoritative. The nameservers in the domain name's zone file must match the nameservers you are trying to use, or your nameservers are considered non-authoritative.

Each nameserver must be on a separate class-C network. That is, the first three octets cannot be the same. For example, and are valid.

You must have a Start of Authority (SOA) refresh value between 10000 and 86400 seconds.

You must have a retry value between 1800 and 28800 seconds.

You must have a Time to Live (TTL) value between 180 and 345600.

You must specify a Mail Exchanger (MX) record that resolves to a valid mail server for the life of the domain name registration, not just for the registration itself.

Serial numbers for all nameserver zones for the domain name must match.
Thank you for your question LarsBruun!

We visited the link they provided and checked our nameservers with the following information and the checked green "Check successful".

There are no known issues at Godaddy with our nameservers. If you can make sure the nameservers matched the ones that were just given to see if they are spelled correctly.

There were warnings when we checked it. 2 of the warnings say the nameservers cannot be recursive, which our nameservers are not recursive. The other error says "Retry value out of range" which is not significant for the nameservers to work normally.

Please check with Godaddy tech support to see if they can manually update the nameservers on there end. Unfortunately, there isn't anything we can do on our end, as the nameservers have to be set at Godaddy.


James R