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icy wrote: Same pbm here ... i can only choose DynDns, but i need DNSDynamic...
Wy provide a list in the gui, if only dyndns is available...
2012-11-05 09:00 PM
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2013-07-20 03:10 PM
Decide you no longer want the DynDNS Pro trial? Just cancel your DynDNS Pro trial within 14 days and you will not be charged.
You may keep one hostname free of charge for trying out the DynDNS Pro trial.
2013-07-20 04:25 PM
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2013-08-03 01:00 AM
tiger39 wrote: Try to configure a no-ip DDNS within the WNDR4500.
Wondering why i cannot choose it. The only choice i got is dyndns.org.
Reading the manual shows different providers. What can i do ??
Thanks for answer.
2013-08-03 07:27 AM
2013-08-03 12:00 PM
gnab wrote: Is there any chance of a firmware change that will correct this. I also want to change my Dynmaic dns provider. Billion for example allow a wider selection of providers on their routers. Do I need to move away from netgear?
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Before flashing I recommend to reboot the router. Nand devices with longer uptimes can hit a bad memory block while flashing.
OEM Firmware -> choose the correct .chk for your router model in ftp directory Initial. (A chk contains a header that identifies the build as suitable for the specific router model, oem firmware check this header)
DD-WRT already installed -> flash universal build dd-wrt.v24-K3_AC.bin (suported models Netgear R6300/WNDR4500 V1/V2,D1800H,AC66U )
from subdirectory that contains the latest revision.
(Once dd-wrt is installed you can flash universal fw .bin files for the right architecure, e.g. Broadcom AC router, afterwards)
Asus AC-RT66U -> Use dd-wrt.v24-K3_AC_HIGHMEM.bin, it is a special build that supports the 256MB RAM of this unit. Regular build supports up to 128MB RAM.
Flashing back to Netgear Firmware is supported in builds >= 22127. Just use the dd-wrt webinterface and upload netgear firmware.
2014-04-09 03:10 PM