I'm referencing an earlier question, that I need a more-detailed solution for:
"Yes, keep your external DNS completely segregated from the AD DNS environment.
I would recommend setting up a standalone box (not on the domain) and configure your DNS entries manually. This is certainly the most secure."
I have a standalone server in a DMZ. How would I configure my DNS entries for my internal LAN to access that server by name and not IP? I want our internal users to route to the interal IP, and not out to the internet and back in as clients would. Does this mean that I would have to update the hosts / lmhosts files on all of my workstations, or is there any type of entry in DNS that I can make for as standalone machine?