I mainly use FortiDDNS of the FortiGate firewalls, else I use https://nsupdate.info with any standard DynDNS v1 or v2 compatible client, either built-in in routers or Linux/Windows clients, these always check if IP has change and never abuse nsupdate with unnecessary traffic so it's never a problem. Source: 12 months ago
Very nice, but I still can't use ddclient because I'm using nsupdate.info with a google-oauth2 login... Source: over 1 year ago
I know how to setup basic network functionality (OPNsense, OpenWRT, OpenVPN, Dynamic DNS (nsupdate.info) and I'd imagine to create a topology like this: https://i.imgur.com/Q1NkBft.png Except fiddling around with the network mask and manage to create an OpenVPN on an existing network range (192.168.0.0/24 entire range, 192.168.0.200-207 for OpenVPN) But I'd like to know if you guys have better ideas to create... Source: over 1 year ago
Switched to nsupdate.info and "host appears to be working". Source: over 1 year ago
I am using nsupdate.info, which is supported out of the box, as my dynamic dns service provider. When I set DDNS up through LuCi, I select nsupdate.info in the drop-down list, then I am presented with the options below. Source: about 2 years ago
A google search didn't show any results. For dyndns I use nsupdate.info. Source: over 2 years ago
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