I have a Windows Server 2012 R2 server, I'll call it DC1. My AD Domain is example.local.
I have created a DNS Forward Lookup Zone for "subdomain.example.com" (external domain which I have bought) My external domain, example.com, is hosted with GoDaddy. The A record points to the web server, which I have also bought.
I'm trying to get my dns zone (hosted on my internal server), to forward to my external subdomain, subdomain.example.com, so that I can create DNS records on my local server, and they will be the same on the external server when I use them.
Eg. I want it so that if I create an A record pointing to the IP 001.200.003.400 on my internal server (DC1), it will be available externally, without changing my DNS.
I've tried different things, like having an A record on my external server point to the external IP of my internal server, but it will not work.
Will I need to try something with nameservers?
PS: I manage my external dns with CloudFlare.