Using a different dynamic dns provider in TL-R600VPN

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Using a different dynamic dns provider in TL-R600VPN
Using a different dynamic dns provider in TL-R600VPN
2017-03-20 23:49:59 - last edited 2021-08-21 06:19:30
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ISP :

Hello ,

I am trying to enter configuration for a dynamic dns provider different than the existing choices:
Peanut: http://www.oray.com/
Comexe: http://www.comexe.cn/
Dyndns: http://dyn.com/dns/?rdr=dyndnsorg
No-IP: http://www.noip.com/

How can I add a new entry?

King regards ,
Josey
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Re:Using a different dynamic dns provider in TL-R600VPN
2017-04-06 09:22:53 - last edited 2021-08-21 06:19:30
Hey dude, I don't think there is another way to add a new entry. But the NoIP and DDNS is the most popular one, why you want to change another?
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2017-04-06 17:48:35 - last edited 2021-08-21 06:19:30
Hello Panda ,

Thank you for your reply.

All right. I was looking for a free service unmanaged service.

Let's see the list in the router:
- Dyndns used to be but it wasn't anymore
- Noip requires a confirm every 30 days
- Peanut seems dismantled o changed into a estore. And everything in chinese
- Comexe takes a long to load and everything in chinese. Dismantled?

These are the facts:
- Some free DDNS providers have been dismantled for different reasons.
- And free services are now charged services.
- As the routers have a closed list this list becomes obsolete and unuseful as time goes by.
- There is not a technical reason for this policy.
- The Internet of things and the new (really not so new) concept of online office make this service very useful.
- A hardware solution for this service is better than a software solution.

I will try Noip. But if there is a problem and it does not work I will have to buy a different router.
I don't know if IOS routers have this flexibility. They should.

I don't understand why the list of DDNs has to be closed for firmware routers. It is a kind of oligopoly.

Best regards ,
Josey
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