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Topic: Can I use a Domain of mine?

Post Can I use a Domain of mine?
by BSODLOVERArnauJane on Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Hi, I want to use your DDNS service. I have already a domain, from another registrar, can I use it to connect to the DDNS service?

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Post Re: Can I use a Domain of mine?
by armo on Friday, August 17, 2018

Yes, you can use your own domain name for DDNS updates.

1. Sign up for the domain name using Option 2 at DDNS signup page.

2. Go to your current registrar and change the name servers for the domain name to Dynu's. (ns1.dynu.com-ns6.dynu.com).

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Post Re: Can I use a Domain of mine?
by JayLewis on Monday, May 6, 2019

As a follow up,
Can a sub domain be used in this was as well, allowing dynu to assign ddns uses for that zone while we manage the rest? For example, if all the DDNS users lived in 'd' as in 'user.d.ourdoamin.com' it would be simpler for use to maintain some existing allocations. Or, do you need to entire domain assigned over to your name servers. Am trying to plan adding support for DDNS user but we have existing static IP users we need to avoid assignment conflicts with. Any advice?

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Post Re: Re: Can I use a Domain of mine?
by xiaoye on Thursday, May 9, 2019

JayLewis wrote:As a follow up,
Can a sub domain be used in this was as well, allowing dynu to assign ddns uses for that zone while we manage the rest? For example, if all the DDNS users lived in 'd' as in 'user.d.ourdomain.com' it would be simpler for use to maintain some existing allocations. Or, do you need to entire domain assigned over to your name servers. Am trying to plan adding support for DDNS user but we have existing static IP users we need to avoid assignment conflicts with. Any advice?
You can use their free third level domains to map to the dynamic IP and create CNAME records in your zone for user.d.ourdomain to point to those third level domains.

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