Section 3 - Configuration
Most Internet Service Providers (ISPs) assign dynamic (changing) IP addresses.
Using a dynamic DNS service provider, people can enter your domain name in
their web browser to connect to your server no matter what your IP address is.
In the Features menu on the bar on the top of the page, click Dynamic DNS.
Enable or disable dynamic DNS. Enabling this feature will reveal
further configuration options.
Displays the current dynamic DNS connection status.
Select a Dynamic DNS server from the drop-down menu, or select
Manual to manually enter a DDNS server address.
Enter the host name that you registered with your dynamic DNS
Enter your dynamic DNS username.
Enter your dynamic DNS password.
Enter a timeout time (in hours).
Click Save when you are done.
At the bottom of the page are the IPv6 host settings. To configure an IPv6
dynamic DNS host, refer to following page.
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