troubleshooting Question

secure to place an internal server with access to one Internet destination in non-DMZ ?

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Network zones are segregated such that DMZ hosts internet-facing servers while internal/secure zone are for servers that don't need access to Internet.

Q1:
What about servers that are only permitted access to one IP out there in the Internet, say for SMS purposes or sftp, is it Ok to place such server in the
internal/secure zone

Q2:
if a test/development server is permitted for outgoing to one Internet destination only, is it considered insecure to place it in the internal (non-DMZ) zone?
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