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Revision as of 20:16, 3 January 2017

The DDNS interface page of a TP-Link 8816 modem

A Dynamic Domain Name System, often called Dynamic DNS or just DDNS, allows you use a static host name with a dynamic IP address.

The TP-Link modems that NCF sells support DDNS and it is easy to configure though the modem's graphic user interface.

For complete information on how to set up DDNS see:

See also