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How to configure DDNS (Dynamic DNS) in the router

Here is a great video explaining how to configure DDNS in a router:

This guide will help you set up and configure Dynamic DNS inside your router. Configuring DDNS in your router means that you don’t have to use our dynamic update client to update your hostname with the correct IP address. Alternatively, you can use the integrated dynamic DNS. Not all router manufacturers include No-IP as an integrated dynamic DNS provider. If you find that what you have is not, drop a tweet or email and ask them to add us.

Step 1: Log in to your router via the default gateway address.

Step 2: Enter your router credentials on the login page.
please note: Your router’s credentials should be on a sticker at the bottom of your router. If not, you can check out the most common credentials below.

Device Username Password

D-Link admin (leave blank)

Netgear admin password

Linksys official

Asus admin

DrayTek admin

ZyXel admin 1234

TP-Link admin

TRENDnet admin

Belkin admin (leave blank)

Step 3: next one, Locate the Dynamic DNS (DDNS) settings. Usually this will be under advanced and then defile or Dynamic DNS.

The fourth step: On the defile page, select No-IP as your service provider. Enter your No-IP username and password. Then enter the name of the host or domain that you created in the Host or domain field.

Below is an example of what your settings might look like:

DDNS Provider: No to intellectual property
user name: The email address or username of your No-IP account
password: Your password to login to No-IP
Host/Domain Name: The hostname you created for example:
* Server / Server Address:
*Not all devices will ask you to. It’s okay if that doesn’t happen.

please note: If your router does not list No-IP, you can try to update your firmware. Otherwise, you will need to run the Dynamic Update Client on a computer in the site. You can also check if there is another device like camera on your network if it supports No-IP for DDNS.

Fifth step: Finally, check to see if your hostname can receive an update successfully. This can be done by logging into your account and clicking “Dynamic DNS” on the left navigation. Select “Modify” next to your hostname and set your hostname’s IP address to and click Update Hostname. Once updated, you will need to restart your router. When the router is backed up, log in to your account again and go back to the “Dynamic DNS” page. You should now see your current public IP address. If you see your current public IP address, your setup was successful and your DDNS is working properly.

Note: If you do not know your current public IP address, you can find it by going to

Below you will see skins from the 4 most famous manufacturers. Be aware that your router may display a different interface. If you have any questions or are not sure what to do, we recommend looking for a guide that provides more information.





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