Ok, the topic question is a bit stupid (couldn't find a better one) and my post itself is probably stupider. I have a feeling I already know the answer to my question but I have to ask it and be sure... Anyway, I have an OpenVPN client configured on my router to connect to an OpenVPN server I've setup myself on a Google Could Platform VM I own. I have Pi-Hole configured on that VM and my router and the whole network can access Pi-Hole's IP (and DNS Server) because the router is connected to the VPN. This way I have a private DNS Server on Google Cloud Platform that only I can connect to. So far so good. The problem, you might have guessed by now, is that Pi-Hole can only identify a single client accessing it's DNS Server, my router. Is there any way to configure my OpenVPN client/server to be transparent about my home LAN's IPs so that Pi-Hole can identify individual clients like my PC, my phone, my NAS, my TV, etc... or is this not possible at all given that I'm using a VPN to access Pi-Hole's DNS server?