DDNS configuration

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This chapter is a guide on configuring a provider DDNS instance on RUT routers.


There is one mandatory precondition for DDNS to work - you must have a Static or Dynamic Public IP address. Dynamic DNS will not work with a Shared Public IP. You can read up more on this in our article on Private and Public IP Addresses.

The easiest way to find out this information is to log in to the router's WebUI and check the WAN widget in the Overview page. You will be automatically redirected to the Overview page after you log in and the WAN widget will be on the right side of the page, second widget from the top. If the WAN widget displays a Public IP address, your DDNS configuration should work; if it displays a Private IP address, that means you're using a Shared Public IP address and you won't be able to reach your router with the help of DDNS.

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Step 1: configuration

First thing we need to do is to visit the website of our system. You can access the website by entering in your internet browser's URL bar.

Login screen

We need to login into system using our credentials. If you don't have a registered account then you need to create one. You can do that by clicking register.


Create host

In the opened browser window, enter the name of the host and click Add Hostname


List of hosts

You can preview the list of hosts you have created by clicking the button Active


Example of list


Step 2: Router configuration

Now we need to open our RUT homepage. You can access the website by entering in your internet browser's URL bar.

Open the DDNS configuration panel by clicking Services → Dynamic DNS


DDNS configuration name

Type in your DDNS configuration name and click Add new


Click the Edit button to edit your DDNS instance configuration


Configuration settings

Check the Enable box

Choose the service

Type your hostname, username, password and click Save


Step 3: Try your DDNS


Wait up to 5 minutes from the time you saved the changes.

In the Status column, you can see when the last time the DDNS was updated.


Enable remote HTTP access

Open Administration page by clicking System → Administration


Click Access Control


Check Enable remote HTTP access box and click Save


Connect to your host

Try to access the host by entering your hostname in your internet browser's URL bar.


See also

Dynamic DNS - general information on the DDNS service.

DDNS Configuration Examples - additional examples for different DDNS providers.

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