troubleshooting Question

DNS for Internal DMZ

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We have a webserver running on a DMZ network. This web server is NOT part of our existing domain. The DMZ is on a private network 10.xx.xx.xx. Our existing domain is on a 192.168.xx.xx network.

Currently, I am able to ping our web server from any computer within the domain and vice versa. However, the DNS is not setup so that I can access our web server using the name of the machine.

The existing domain is running Windows 2003 based DC and DNS (active directory integrated). Can someone please explain how I can go about configuring the existing DNS on our 192.168.xx.xx network to resolve the name on 10.xx.xx.xx network?
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