troubleshooting Question

Creating a DNS entry for a web site on the DMZ of the firewall

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Windows Server 2003DNS
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I have a zone file entry for "" poinnting to an external IP on my firewall.
The server has an internal IP on the DMZ side of the firewall.
The site is accessible by all users on the WAN.
However all users inside the LAN portion of the network can only access it by using the IP address instead of the url.
I understand that I need to create an internal DNS entry in my SBS 2003 server to allow for this but have no idea how.

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