I currently configure ddns host names for finding and connecting to various terminal servers (example I'll RDP to Computer name server.text.com). I was wondering if I could create another layer of security on the terminal server side, allowing only connections from a DDNS domain host. Currently, It can be done by an IP address, But like the idea where my laptop updates its DDNS upon arrival to a new network; and is recognized by my terminal servers as bob.test.com and allowed to connect accordingly. Any idea's how to go about this. The only thing I've seen behave similarly is when one configures router VPN tunnels (Site to site) using domain names instead of IP addresses.
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