Windows 2003 domain
DNS AD integrated Zone.
internal Zone name: companyA.com
We had a site hosted outside named "companyB.com". We decided to host this site in our network, so we made the changes in the external DNS zone of "companyB.com" to point to this site with a Public IP that is part of the subnet assigned to us by our ISP. When our internal users try to access "companyB.com" they can't. I created an "A" record in the internal "companyA.com" zone trying to redirect the internal requests to the internal IP of the server where the side is hosted but it would not work. To make it work our user would need to type http://companyB.com.companyA.com
instead of http://companyB.com
Could I create another primary zone in our internal DNS(AD integrated perhaps?) called "companyB.com" , then create the www record that points to the internal server? then our users would get redirected to the internal site without trying to access this site extermally? I am not sure about creating another primary forward lookup zone for a zone that we do not host in the same DNS server integrated with Active Directory
Thanks in advance for your help,