Topic: Dnsomatic

Post Dnsomatic
by frebird317 on Monday, June 26, 2017

Can dnsomatics update dynu?

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Post Re: Dnsomatic
by timothytw on Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Yes. DNSOmatic supports Dynu dynamic DNS service.

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Post Re: Dnsomatic
by frebird317 on Wednesday, June 28, 2017

I keep getting a bad auth error. All values i use in dnsomatic are the same values to login to dynu.com. What needs to be done to auth?

to make sure your settings are correct. Your username is ''.

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Post Re: Re: Dnsomatic
by timothytw on Wednesday, June 28, 2017

frebird317 wrote:I keep getting a bad auth error. All values i use in dnsomatic are the same values to login to dynu.com. What needs to be done to auth?

to make sure your settings are correct. Your username is ''.
What IP update client software are you using? To use DNSOmatic with Dynu, you need to do the following:

1. Go to DNS-O-Matic and add a service. Select 'dynu' from the service provider dropdown list. Enter your Dynu username and password and the hostname you have with Dynu and save the service.

2. Download an IP update client such as Mars Updater for Windows. Use the following:

Username: your DNS-O-Matic username
Password: your DNS-O-Matic username
Hostname: your Dynu hostname
DNS Service Provider: DNS-O-Matic.com

Or you can simply use Dynu IP Update client and not go through DNS-O-Matic.

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Post Re: Dnsomatic
by haridsv on Monday, September 4, 2017

I am seeing exactly the same issue. Dns-o-matic reports "badauth" for Dynu service. I tried both login password as well as the "IP Update Password". I am updating from Tomato firmware, but that is going through fine, the auth error is seen on the Dns-o-matic side. Any help is appreciated.

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Post Re: Re: Dnsomatic
by vesey on Saturday, November 25, 2017

haridsv wrote:I am seeing exactly the same issue. Dns-o-matic reports "badauth" for Dynu service. I tried both login password as well as the "IP Update Password". I am updating from Tomato firmware, but that is going through fine, the auth error is seen on the Dns-o-matic side. Any help is appreciated.
Are you using DNS Omatic username and password in Tomato firmware?

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