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||posted on 2nd Feb 12 at 11:36|
||posted on 2nd Feb 12 at 10:11|
I think he should be keeping stuff like that private :|
||posted on 2nd Feb 12 at 10:03|
Connect to pow :lol:
||posted on 2nd Feb 12 at 09:42|
No-IP is the tits for simple things like that. I use No-IP and RealVNC to remote support my Grandma. She has a shortcut on her Desktop to 'Connect to pow' and it start the No-IP client, updates the IP address and start the VNC service. Port 5900 forwarded on her router I just type in her no-ip address into VNC viewer.
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 17:41|
I did the ddns on the router. it's a d-link and had the option to use no-ip.com
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 15:27|
Just setup DDNS on the router then portforward to the CCTV DVR or server on which ever port the web service uses.
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 14:27|
I just use afraid dns.
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 13:24|
Wrote a little app that updated my cPanel static DNS records (via it's API), but ended up moving my DNS to Hurricane Electric which allows simple HTTP requests (just have a scheduled batch script running to update every 15mins or so) to update dynamic records.
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 11:10|
Yeah I think existing accounts are still free as long as they are active (although whether they'll change this policy to force you to pay for it soon I couldn't say).
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 10:47|
They only offer 30-day trails now; http://www.dyndnscommunity.com/questions/21580/from-dyn-what-happened-to-free-accounts.html
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 10:34|
Just had a look, there's free and there are pro accounts now. Free gives you basic DNS management, i.e. you can have your *.dyndns.ws domain name that points to your router just as it did before.
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 10:27|
I'm still using it for free and it's working fine.
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 10:24|
Huh, I'm using DynDns and I'm not paying for it?
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 10:19|
Didn't know DynDNS was no longer free, probably why my Grandad's CCTV no longer works online.
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 09:56|
I dunno, I was a bit pissed off about that because the Sky router only lets you use DynDNS so this meant I had to go with No-IP and install their software on the XP box.
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 09:53|
When did they change that?
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 09:48|
I would recommend No-IP, as DynDNS is no longer free (whereas No-IP is).
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 09:02|
If you CNAME security.yourdomain.com to your.dyndns.ws then you'll get what you want.
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 08:51|
Just have dyndns running either on the router if it supports it (standard sky ones you get now do support) or the client running on the PC.
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 01:52|
Set up the subdomain to a folder in the hosting.
||posted on 1st Feb 12 at 00:58|
Anyone got any experience setting up your own dynamic dns setup.