I just like having the router as the primary since it's the first to know of an actual ip change. I have a feeling Actiontec added dyndns support for the generic versions of the router and that Verizon didn't strip out or left in for business customers.The average home user doesn't have a need for dynamic DNS that doesn't involve running some kind of server, which we all know isn't allowed on residential accounts.The D-Link DDNS service is only for owners of D-Link products with DDNS functionality enabled.The verification process must be completed within 90 days of this notice.Go to the “Tools” tab at the top and then click on “Misc” on the left hand side. Newer versions of D-Link’s firmware may look different.Hi, Just need someone to please spot check their Actiontec's Dyn DNS.
I have an email to dyndns support to see if anything has come across their desk.
Router with Firmware 3.36 or greater (3.52 is recommended) and want to learn how to set up DNS updates follow the guide below.
WARNING: Do not use firmware version 3.53, No-IP DDNS support is NOT built into it.
Years ago someone at Dyn DNS (the guy that started/was running it in fact) told me never use the update software built in to routers (at that time). For the record, the Actiontec Dyn DNS code apparently doesn't work at all anymore. I don't see Verizon making much effort to actually fix this functionality.
It has nothing to do with your account standing at dyndns.