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Firewall > DDNS Router Setup Utility Home  |   Help  |   Logout     Internet Status: Connected       LAN Setup         LAN Settings         DHCP Client List       Internet WAN         Connection Type         DNS         MAC Address       Wireless         Channel and SSID         Security         Wi-Fi Protected Setup         Use as Access Point         MAC Address Control       Firewall         Virtual Servers         Client IP Filters         MAC Address Filtering         DMZ         DDNS         WAN Ping Blocking         Security Log       Utilities         Restart Router         Restore Factory Default         Save/Backup Settings         Restore Previous Settings         Firmware Update         System Settings        Firewall > DDNS   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   DDNS Status > Disable   User Name >   Password/Key >   Domain Name >