does it support dyn dns?

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Network Storage Devices' started by phildenholm, Aug 30, 2005.

  1. phildenholm

    phildenholm Network Guru Member

    anyone know if i can use dyn dns to keep my ip address updated?
     
  2. techmanblues

    techmanblues Network Guru Member

    The NSLU2 cannot do that because it is not a router.

    The best way to use these dyn dns service is to have your router supports it natively. For example, I have a Linksys WRT54G as my Internet router/gateway and it supports TZO.com natively in its stock firmware. This way, I simply set it up in the firmware and forget about it. If your router does not understand a dyn dns natively, you have install a program on a computer. This is annoying because you have to leave this computer on all the time. I suppose if this computer is a server, it's ok. But heck, if a router can do it, why not use it? In fact, if you can make a router do anything, it's best to let it do it instead of a PC. Routers take up less space, consume less power, produce no noise, and rarely break down because there are no moving parts in them. I love routers.
     
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