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Topic: all DDNS entries are overriden with single IP address

Post all DDNS entries are overriden with single IP address
by Konstantin Polkovnikov on Thursday, December 17, 2015

Hi,

I have several DDNS entries, which initially correctly register IP addresses from 10.234.0.0 subnet. But after some time all of them show the same IP address 216.191.72.153, even if actual addresses didn't change.

Thx
KP

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Post Re: all DDNS entries are overriden with single IP address
by timothytw on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

You are running an IP update client which is updating all the domain names in your account to the same IP address at a location with the public IP address being 216.191.72.153

If you want to update IP address for different hostnames, you can set up a location name for that hostname and use the location name with the IP update client. For example, you use agilink1.sharedapn.com for your office, you can give agilink1.sharedapn.com a location name called work in the control panel and when you run the IP update client software in your office, you can use your username, password and the location work to update its IP address.

If you want the domain names to be mapping to its most current internal IP address, you can choose 'Detect IP Address on Client Side(LAN Internal IP Address)' in 'Connection Type' in the IP Update Client.

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