DDNS for the Belkin F5D7231-4v2Router Sceenshot
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DDNS (Dynamic DNS) allows you to provide Internet users with a fixed domain name (instead of an IP address which may periodically change), allowing your router and applications set up in your router's virtual servers to be accessed from various locations on the Internet without knowing your current IP address. You must create an account with the DDNS service in order to use DDNS. More Info DDNS Service > Disable DDNS DynDNS DtDNS DDNS Status > Disabled User Name > Password/Key > Domain Name > . .