Dyn DNS continues to show the WAN 2 IP for at least several hours, maybe indefinitely.
Having a Dynamic DNS feature on the router is a great idea, provided that it works reliably. I don’t know what triggers the updater on the Balance One, but clearly it is not doing a sufficient job.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ASCII An example would be: https://cp.dnsmadeeasy.com/servlet/updateip? [email protected]&password=mypass&id=1007&ip=.15 OR (Starting in December of 2003) https://cp.dnsmadeeasy.com/servlet/updateip?
[email protected]&password=mypass&id=1007,1008,1009&ip=.15 You can also use just the http protocol: https://cp.dnsmadeeasy.com/servlet/updateip?
So far as I know, the DDNS updating issue (particularly, following “preferred” WAN when it returns to good health) has not been addressed.
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password – The password you use to log into DNS Made Easy (or per record password if configured). From the DNS – Managed DNS menu, you can select a record and edit it to turn on Dynamic DNS and an option to set a password per record so you do not have to use your main DMS Made Easy password / username.
DNS Made Easy uses the "record ID" so you are able to update any A record that you have in the system.
This is the only issue I’ve had with the Balance One. It is disappointing that the Dynamic DNS update doesn’t work reliably when everything else works so well and much cheaper routers are able to get Dynamic DNS right.
Hello, I have a Peplink Balance 30, Firmware v4.8.1 build 1106 Can I have a ddns for both wan?
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The client will usually add the new IP There are 4 parameters that you can pass in a POST or GET request to the following URL: https://cp.dnsmadeeasy.com/servlet/updateip The four parameters are: "username", "password", "id", and "ip".