troubleshooting Question

DNS Changes

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Our ISP informed us that there were problems with the DNS servers we are pointing to.  They provided us with new DNS server IP addresses.  I went into our Gateway and made the necessary changes.  All of our machines point to an internal DNS server (which is our domain controller) 192.168.7.3.  I have rebooted the Gateway, Firewall, DNS server, and my PC.  The PC internet access is still very very slow - which is why our ISP moved us in the first place.  If I change the DNS on my NIC to the external DNS number it is great - very fast.  I have to believe I need to make some change on my DNS server or something to make this work correctly.  I have 160 users and changing all of them to point to the external DNS is just not the right solution.  Can someone advise on what I am missing on my internal DNS server?
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