Dlinkddns not updating
Also be aware of:»forums.dlink.com/index.p ··· =60138.0If you can find out anything, let me know, maybe we can work out something...
Yes, I know about that -- I posted a heads-up in this forum regarding Dyn's new policy back in July: »[Info] Dyn-Dlinkddns new policy?
Forced update interval is not working when using custom DDNS option.
All works fine when I reboot router or press Apply settings, router will do update to server ok. Server will lost my DNS name after seven days if I don't reboot router or press apply within seven days after last update.
INADYN: IP: Error 0x83 in recv() W: DYNDNS: Error 'RC_IP_RECV_ERROR' (0x15) when talking to IP server W:'RC_IP_RECV_ERROR' (0x15) updating the IPs. and Custom "payed" Now also I get RC_IP_RECV_ERROR with both of my routers when them are trying to do forced update.
I tries to check it myself but code was too complicated for me.
This appears to be an exclusive deal between Dyn and D-link -- the standard Dyn DNS clients don't support this, and I have seen no other router based DDNS client that supports this.
However, I have found that with Comcast's DHCPv6-PD IPv6 implementation, that neither the DDNS client nor IPv6 firewall rules get the PD-Prefix portion of the IPv6 addresses updated automatically when the ISP changes the PD-Prefix (but the DIR655's PD-Prefix used for its LAN does update properly).
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