Opting for offsite DNS through godaddy

Is there anything? Such as change my tcp/ip settings to reflect the new DNS server as well as create a forward?
Should I delete all DNS trees thats been created and start over with just the forwarding added?
frenchbrochierAsked:
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jar3817Commented:
What zones are we talking about? Do you have active directory on your network? If so, I wouldn't let the hosting of that zone go outside your internal network.
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frenchbrochierAuthor Commented:
Yes I have active directory, My ISP is godaddy our server is located at a separate co-location.
I currently have my server pointing to it's self DNS wise. I'm just having the ISP host the DNS records.
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frenchbrochierAuthor Commented:
I'm Sorry my question was incomplete.
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