Windows 10: How to configure and DDNS?

  1.    23 Jan 2017 #1

    How to configure and DDNS?


    For setting up DDNS, I need to configure

    I have gone through

    Also I signed up

    While configuring, it requires adding a domain and sub-domain.

    In case of sub-domain, it requires Type, Sub domain, Domain, Destination & Wildcard.

    Also an existing domain can be added into FreeDNS.

    I got confused in whole processes.

    Please guide me step by step configuration on both side; and router.

    On my router, I need details for Service, Service Port, Host Name, Domain, Username and Password

    In Service, there are ten services and one of them is

    Therefore, I believe I need to select for Service.

    Once I setup DDNS successfully, how do I know, I did set up successfully?

    If I have own domain, is there any benefits for using own domain?

    Please elaborate all related steps.

      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2. Posts : 10
    10 Professional x64
       24 Jan 2017 #2

    Zero replies, because this has nothing to do with Windows 10 which is the forum you posted in.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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