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I just created a website domain newventure.com it's pointed to our server in the DMZ 192.168.110.3 network

Our internal ActiveDirectory network running company.com as our AD domain and website domain. Right now I have an "A" record for WWW in our local DNS that points to the internal address of our webserver (ip 10.0.0.5).

How can I get www.newventure.com added to our network dns and point it to our DMZ network?

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2 options:

  1. Create an internal DNS zone - newventure.com and add appropriate records to it. However, you would need to managed both external and internal zones to have them in sync.
  2. Create an internal DNS zone - www.newventure.com and create a blank A record.
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