FREE 3 Dynamic DNS URLs  for personal use @No-Ip
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FREE 3 Dynamic DNS URLs for personal use @No-Ip

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Found 10th Apr 2013
I know most people do not bother share these deals as they are very coomon stuff but everyday some noob looking for an answer and it might help somebody new to find out what is it and they can get for free too.


If you have CCTV or private server or want to access you router remotely then it is for you.



What is Dynamic DNS?

Dynamic DNS makes a dynamic IP address act as though it's static (does not change) even though it is not. With No-IP you create an easy to remember hostname. This hostname is the URL that you type into your browser to connect to your remote device. Our Dynamic Update Client takes your hostname that you created (yourname.no-ip.org) and points it to your IP address. When your IP address changes, our Dynamic Update Client updates your IP address on our servers, therefore your hostname stays active with your active IP address and your connection stays available all the time.

more info...
en.wikipedia.org/wik…DNS



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Cheers mate will look into this

Good alternative to DynDns who aren't free anymore (although still Free for people who signed up before it became a paid-for service, and update their IP once a month). Have some heat!

You should perhaps change the title to reflect what is being offered - this is a dynamic DNS service meaning they provide you with a name, not IP addresses

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Rou

Cheers mate will look into thisHEya mate im trying to set up access to my … Cheers mate will look into thisHEya mate im trying to set up access to my cctv from outside my network..have registered with the site you showed..hmm but a little confused how to move forward any ideas?Regards


you need to check your cctv (dvr) manual and look for which port they are needed.
you would see one of them would be port 80.
then you need to configure your router
enter your no-ip account details in your router dynamic dns settings page.

fthen assign a permanant local ip address to your dvr and

then forward those required ports as per you manual to your dvr..
read here for instructions
portforward.com/

Original Poster

lukeaw

You should perhaps change the title to reflect what is being offered - … You should perhaps change the title to reflect what is being offered - this is a dynamic DNS service meaning they provide you with a name, not IP addresses


happy now

computerbar

you need to check your cctv (dvr) manual and look for which port they are … you need to check your cctv (dvr) manual and look for which port they are needed.you would see one of them would be port 80.then you need to configure your router enter your no-ip account details in your router dynamic dns settings page.fthen assign a permanant local ip address to your dvr and then forward those required ports as per you manual to your dvr..read here for instructionshttp://portforward.com/



Ahh i see ok thanks i shall try to follow your instructions..i also have a cctv camera attached to the pc is there a easy way to access that through this site??

Thanks in advance

Interesting been using openDNS but this looks good too.

Hanonymouse

Good alternative to DynDns who aren't free anymore (although still Free … Good alternative to DynDns who aren't free anymore (although still Free for people who signed up before it became a paid-for service, and update their IP once a month). Have some heat!


You can still get one free dyndns if you search a little and don't want to try the paid for version.

Original Poster

Rou

Ahh i see ok thanks i shall try to follow your instructions..i also have … Ahh i see ok thanks i shall try to follow your instructions..i also have a cctv camera attached to the pc is there a easy way to access that through this site??Thanks in advance


The same rule apply for PC cctv.
check which ports are needed for the camera.
assign the PC a (reserved) local ip as you did for dvr in your router.
and forward required cctv ports to pc.

However as the both camera are on same (router) external IP and the Free dynamic DNS from No-Ip only reselve to port 80 and can only forward port 80 to one local IP so you need set say port 81 to your pc cctv.

setup the second host in NO-IP and CHECK the PORT 80 Redirect and enter 81.
you are done

Edited by: "computerbar" 11th Apr 2013

Original Poster

pankomputerek

Interesting been using openDNS but this looks good too.


there are totally different stuff.. unless they also offer ddns service that I am not aware of.

openDNS= DNS
no-IP= Dynamic DNS (DDNS)

I am using both
differencebetween.com/dif…ns/

Edited by: "computerbar" 11th Apr 2013

smr1

You can still get one free dyndns if you search a little and don't want … You can still get one free dyndns if you search a little and don't want to try the paid for version.



Yup, D-Link still offer one free DynDNS hostname through their site. They don't restrict it to D-Link customers either (although they probably should, lol).

Remind me again why you wouldn't use google's DNS?

Original Poster

tomwatts

Remind me again why you wouldn't use google's DNS?


Because it is not the same thing!!!!
you are talking about DNS I am talking about DDNS..
Please read post no#10

Free Google DNS is another deal check this out even better than Google DNS
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Edited by: "computerbar" 11th Apr 2013

tomwatts

Remind me again why you wouldn't use google's DNS?



Google DNS - somewhere that your computer goes to to translate website.com into 123.123.123.234 so it can find what you're looking for.

DDNS - a static address, eg. myname.no-ip.org, that YOU can go to from anywhere in the world and reach your home, even if your home has a dynamic IP thats constantly changing
Edited by: "Hanonymouse" 11th Apr 2013

Original Poster

people who are confused about DNS and DDNS check my post for Free DNS

FREE DNS from OpenDNS
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computerbar

The same rule apply for PC cctv. check which ports are needed for the … The same rule apply for PC cctv. check which ports are needed for the camera. assign the PC a (reserved) local ip as you did for dvr in your router.and forward required cctv ports to pc.However as the both camera are on same (router) external IP and the Free dynamic DNS from No-Ip only reselve to port 80 and can only forward port 80 to one local IP so you need set say port 81 to your pc cctv.setup the second host in NO-IP and CHECK the PORT 80 Redirect and enter 81.you are done



Thanks very much for your help i shall attempt this fingers crossed!

Your ISP (BT, Virgin, Sky) change the IP you come from on an regular basis so if you want to connect to something at your home i.e. CCTV or a torrent server that you have then you want to connect using a name i.e. yourname.no-ip.org, the dynamic DNS service allows you to do this even if your IP number changes ... simples

Nice thanks .... (_;)

Do you need to log in to your account periodically to keep your account active?

Would this work if creating a ccam?

jasondluk

Your ISP (BT, Virgin, Sky) change the IP you come from on an regular basis

Not true in all cases. Most ISP's offer a service where they will provide you with a static IP address, on your link, for a small fee. Others like ADSL24, Vivaciti etc offer this free of charge on certain, if not all packages.

That being said, I do have a static IP address (I use ADSL24) and still use DynDNS as I find it easier to remember a DNS host name than an IP address.

Hope that's not too off topic OP. Have some heat. I think I'll sign up to this while it's free.

Paul
Edited by: "youngsyp" 12th Apr 2013

meinnit

Do you need to log in to your account periodically to keep your account … Do you need to log in to your account periodically to keep your account active?


my dyn dns has an updater that runs on pc, constantly updating/syncing my actual I-p to the free host name

iamdantheman

Would this work if creating a ccam?



yep, relevant ports forwarded and it works just like the dyndns one
if its for slyuk you better be quick tho as rumour has it its going t1ts up soon with new pairing process

No-IP are great and it works well with DD-WRT. Have some heat
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