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Dynamic DNS does not secure your connection, or make it inherently insecure - all it does is provide a convenient mapping between a (presumably changing) IP address and host name. It could be argued that it slightly reduces security by "leaking" information of the machine onto the wider Internet and by facilitating a MITM attack - however this risk is ...
By default Windows will send all traffic down the VPN tunnel, even to locations that aren't on the VPN. What you're looking for is "Split Tunneling", which is when only some of the data goes down the VPN tunnel. The best way to find out exactly what's going on is to connect to your VPN and then type netstat -r into command prompt. Look for the Network ...
Actually there is Xip.io which does exactly what you asked for: http://xip.io/ For example 192.168.1.128.xip.io resolves to 192.168.1.128.
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