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Once you access to the '''DDNS Services''' is needed to add a new instance. To do it, you should click on '''+ Add''' button.
 
Once you access to the '''DDNS Services''' is needed to add a new instance. To do it, you should click on '''+ Add''' button.
    
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In the '''Add Dynamic DNS''' menu, you should enter your customized domain.
 
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# Select your DDNS domain name in the '''Host''' input text.
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# Select your prefered '''Top Level''' domain.
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# Click on '''+ Add''' button
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If you are using the device you are trying to set up as your WAN source when visiting this website, it should automatically assign your IP address to that hostname you have just created. If it does not, or you are using a different WAN source, you can change the IP address.
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# Confirm or change the public IP
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# Click on '''+ Add''' button
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If you are using the device you are trying to set up as your WAN source when visiting this website, it should automatically assign your IP address to that hostname you have just created. If it does not, or you are using a different WAN source, you can change the IP address by pressing the '''Modify''' button.
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<span style="color: red;">'''Note: The IP/Target should be the same as the {{{device}}}'s public IP.'''</span>
 
<span style="color: red;">'''Note: The IP/Target should be the same as the {{{device}}}'s public IP.'''</span>
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