Well. First of all the RV082 v1 DDNS function DynDns.org setting is using the same protocol, as the dnsdynamic.org. The only problem is to redirect the update calls to dnsdynamic.org. The RV082 v1 does update DynDns.org accounts through members.dyndns.org address. Ater adding an entry to the local DNS database redirecting members.dyndns.org to 18.104.22.168 I was able to sucessfuly switch the services to dnsdynamic.org. A little warning, however. Dnsdynamic.org account allows logins longer than RV082 lets to enter. So, it is wise to use moderate length e-mail adresses with Dnsdynamic.org. While this hack works with RV082v1 it will not work with old RV042 and RV016, as they do not have local DNS database function. I was not able to test it with new RV0xx v3 series, but it could be worth a try.