ZoneEdit DDNS use

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ZoneEdit DDNS use
ZoneEdit DDNS use
2017-06-29 01:27:27
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I have used ZoneEdit for DDNS now for 5 years without any problems. They at times have fixed issues for me that I had with my mail server. TP-Link wants us to use their cloud but I can not find out where or how to set this up. What are the differences and how could I use ZoneEdit with my new C3150 V2?
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Re:ZoneEdit DDNS use
2017-07-13 17:06:49
C3150 doesn't support ZoneEdit DDNS, it only supports DynDns, NO-IP
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Re:ZoneEdit DDNS use
2017-07-15 21:37:29
Yes, I know - That is too bad. It should support more than just two DDNS companies.
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Re:ZoneEdit DDNS use
2021-09-23 17:44:16

@UncTom 

 

I know this post is old, but I echo this comment.  Just bought an AX50, my first TP-Link router.  Last two or three routers have been ASUS.  Always had good luck with ASUS, but after reading good reviews on the AX50 decided to try out a different brand.  I didn't even think to see if TPL supported Zoneedit as it has just been there in the ASUS routers.

 

Might have to return the AX50 and go with ASUS again.

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