I think you have to set up a radius server and assign ip based on the user.
That way they will be "static" and then add DNS entries to that static IP.

My 2cents,
-lsf

ons. 11. nov. 2015, 15.47 skrev Marco <li...@homerow.info>:

> Hello,
>
> we use pfSense since quite a while with success and are very happy overall.
>
> Recently we set up OpenVPN and are facing a DNS issue. Hosts in the LAN
> can be
> addressed using the hostname (thanks to “Register DHCP leases in the DNS
> Resolver”) which is working perfectly fine. Hosts on the OpenVPN network
> can
> also resolve hosts in the LAN. However, from the LAN the OpenVPN-connected
> hosts cannot be reached (only via IP address, not via hostname). Research
> shows¹ that VPN-connected clients don't register their hostnames in the DNS
> which is unfortunate and would probably solve the issue we face. The answer
> seems to be¹:
>
> > Would have to statically assign them via client overrides and manually
> add
> > to DNS forwarder for them to resolve.
>
> This would work for static hosts that are always on the VPN, but this
> wouldn't
> work for mobile hosts (e.g. employee's laptops) which have a different IP
> address, depending on whether they are connected to the LAN or connected
> via
> OpenVPN.
>
> How to access the mobile hosts via the same hostname regardless if
> they are connected to the LAN or VPN?
>
> Marco
>
> ¹ http://serverfault.com/a/361103/102215
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