this is a little esoteric, so bear with me. i have a dynamic dns assigned to me, we'll call it "myrouter.dyndns.org" there are 5 computers connected to the router that address points to. 3 of the computers on the network, are remote desktoped to on a daily basis using port forwards. thus when we want to remote desktop we type in the address as "myrouter.dyndns.org:1234" the port re-directs to the correct internal IP address. my question is, if i direct all incoming requests to a computer running a dns server, could i create subdomains? instead of typing "myrouter.dyndns.org:1234" i would type "mycomputer.myrouter.dyndns.org" and have the internal dns re-direct the connection. this would also allow computer internally to refer to each other as "mycomputer" etc. is this possible?