DDNS



Service Selection and Updating Methods for DDNS

Joe Loucks

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On November 1st In IP Solutions,Video Surveillance
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Before an installer can set up a DDNS for a client, the provider of the DDNS must be selected. DDNS has been available on the Internet for decades, and there are a number of “public” DDNS providers. Typically these public services charge a nominal fee such as $20US for annual service for one account. Two […]

How DDNS Works

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On October 29th In IP Solutions,Video Surveillance
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In the diagram above we can trace exactly how DDNS services perform over the Internet. The remote user inputs the DDNS URL and software port number of the “target” network and device into their web browser, for example http://bobsdvr.dvrdns.com:9712.  Because of the suffix of the address the Internet will forward the packets from the user’s […]

What is Dynamic Domain Name Service?

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On October 24th In IP Solutions,Video Surveillance
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The Internet has had a major impact on how our surveillance systems are managed or viewed. The technology leap of remote viewing analog DVRs has made it possible to have access to surveillance systems from anywhere in the world. By simply adding a network port to a standard DVR, you can easily add this ability. […]