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This document explains how to use the Dynamic DNS (DDNS) page to specify an Internet service that allows routers with non-static public IP addresses to be located by using Internet domain names. To use DDNS, you must setup an account with a DDNS provider such as DynDNS.com (Configuration of Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) Settings with DynDNS.org on SRP521W and SRP527W Services Ready Platforms) or TZO.com.
- SRP520 Series
How To Configure DDNS Setting with TZO.com
Step 1. Use the Service Ready Platform Configuration Utility to choose Network Setup > DDNS. The DDNS window opens:
Step 2. Choose TZO.com from the DDNS Service menu.
Step 3. Enter the email address for your TZO.com on the E-mail Address field.
Step 4. Enter the key for your TZO account on the TZO key field.
Step 5. Enter the host name on the Domain Name field.
Note: Status and Internet IP addresses are displayed at the bottom of the page.
Step 6. Click Update to manually trigger an update.
Step 7. Click Submit to save your settings.