Name server question

I have a test network with 3 DC's all running DNS.  2 DC's are on the test.local domain.  1 DC is on a sub domain named subdomain.test.local.  On the name servers tab of the test.local domain, it lists the name server for the sub domain, as well as the expected 2 DC's from the test.local domain.  Is this normal?  Should the sub domain's name server entry be deleted?  
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Hi bleujaegel,

dont delete it - thats supposed to be there!

bleujaegelAuthor Commented:
It must be there as a pointer to the delegated sub domain.  That's the only thing that makes sense.   Does this sound right or am I missing something?
yes pretyt much - i dont know the intricasies of it but yes leave it! mostly uses this for zone replication and transfers etc...

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bleujaegelAuthor Commented:
Will do.  Thanks.
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