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Can I add another DNS suffix to my DNS server? (example) Current FQDN is myhouse.local.com, want to resolve over VPN to bob.bobsvpn.com

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Can I add another DNS suffix to my DNS server? (example) Current FQDN is myhouse.local.com, want to resolve over VPN to bob.bobsvpn.com
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The suffixes are something the clients use, that is, if you wanted to resolve something like tony.bob.bobsvpn.com by running "ping tony" or "nslookup tony".

Or do you mean a new zone so clients can resolve the FQDN? Because that isn't a problem, although slightly dependent on whether or not bob.bobsvpn.com will be a Primary zone or something else.

Chris
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Thanks, adding the suffix at the client gave me the resolution I was looking for.
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