I really like the feature where it serves up the DHCP names of clients via DNS. Unfortunately, it doesn't apply to traffic sourced from the firewall, so if I have a client named 'foo' which gets a lease via DHCP, from that client (or anyone else on LAN), pinging 'foo' does what I want, but sadly, pinging 'foo' from the firewall itself gets an error due to the name not resolving. Any way around this?

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