I'm using a RV220W router, and recently got shifted to a dynamic IP solution.
Now, I've got a no-ip.org address, but the update service seems to be on no-ip.com. So, I try to enter mydomain.no-ip.org OR mydomain.no-ip.com in the dynamic dns settings, under Host and Domain Name, but when saving the settings it says
'The hostname specified does not exist in this user account'
which seems to indicate that it manages to login to the update service but gets a negative reply.
Is it possible to use the RV220W with no-ip.org/com?
Well, the only significant advantage is that it is free, and that that DNS address is also what I have distributed to numerous consumers, so it is a bit of a hassle to change it (and sign up for any other provider). I'd also like to note that at another location I have a very cheap router which supports any provider, so it came as somewhat of a shock that the higher grade RV220W didn't.
Either I'm misinformed, or this is an unnecessary limitation from ciscos side - DDNS or RFC 2136 is a standardised protocol, so it should be possible to support all providers equally. A DDNS client is obviously implemented in the RV220W - so it should simply be a missing UI feature to enter the DDNS data directly.
Yea that is strange. I know the RV220w came out before the RV110w and the coding is pretty different between the two but don't see why the cheaper model has the feature over the more expensive model.
Other than that I would like to see as well more options for DDNS setup on the RV220w.. specially since dyndns.org isn't free anymore the last I checked.
Would probably help to open a case with Cisco small business support and request a feature request. If there is enough people requesting a certain feature they may look into adding it in a feature release.
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