Hi everybody, I'm new in the forum but have been following some threads for quite some time. Using SgtPepperKSU mod for vpn, nice job btw! :thumbup: I have started using an openID from myopenid.com, they offer to register your own host name with them so you can have a login name like username.yourowndomain.com (anders.ingemann.de in my case) instead of username.myopenid.com, which I think is pretty cool. In order for this to work, they require you to point the CNAME record of *.ingemann.de at myopenid.com. However, I already have anders.ingemann.de pointing to my router (and some other subdomains pointing elsewhere). But I do want anders.ingemann.de to be my username. Currently anders.ingemann.de is simply pointing at my router with an A record. What I thought of was the following: Set the NS record of anders.ingemann.de to be the hostname of my dsl connection. Port forward UDP 53 on my router to my routers internal ip address (192.168.1.1), this way dnsmasq should respond to external dns requests This way I can add some SRV records specifically for: VPN, which can still point to the router web, which will have to point at myopenid.com, in order for my account to work Additionally, I thought I would be able to add my internal network hostnames with the same external ip address. This way I could still access my internal web, ftp, etc. server. (Like say andersmacosx.anders.ingemann.de. If that were to be looked up, I could return the external IP, but no SRV records. So every request would go to the router.) However! I can't reach the dnsmasq server from the outside! It simply does not respond, not with traceroute, nslookup or anything! Another question is: Is this actually doable, have I missed something here?