I'd like to ask whether any new firmware for RV042 can handle an actual dyndns replacement ?
Dyndns is shutting down its free service on 5-7-14, and I suggested my boss to go with more than 50 RV042s instead of a openwrt solution. Well will not buy 50*$20 to get into commercial dyndns service.
More than half of the RV042s are the V1 version, which seems totally forgotten to be supported.
My boss is quite angry on me. I'll never go with cisco again if there's no solution to this.
This forum doesn't allow my to open a new topic, so I put this under "new firmware".
Also, I know that dyndns.com is no longer offering the free service (I have used it for several years), but my understanding is that $25/year gets you 30 hostnames. So for $50/year you could cover 60 different sites which is much more reasonable than a static IP address at each site. For a single site like I have, I am now using no-ip.com and updating via an IP camera on the LAN.
If enough people open a case and make a feature request for no-ip.com (or other free dynamic DNS) to be added, Cisco will likely add the option in a future firmware.
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