My internal DNS server has a subnet zone that does not allow the Primary Name Server to be edited. So our internal workstations cannot find our corporate website.
When I do a NSLOOKP inside the network, the primary name server for our corporate website displays the local domain information.
When I do a NSLOOKUP from outside the network, the corporate website displays the correct name server of our hosting provider and the website can be viewed.
I don't want to delete the subzone in DNS but is there a record I can enter that will allow me to replace the name server with the hosting provider's information and not my domain information?