update from draytek update from draytek

Topic: update from draytek

Post update from draytek
by msimonds on Friday, February 23, 2018

Trying to get Dynu to update from my draytek 2830 - wondering if someone can confirm the correct API details to enter

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Post Re: update from draytek
by timothytw on Friday, February 23, 2018

From the main menu, select Applications then Dynamic DNS. Use the following settings:

Enable Dynamic DNS Account: check the check box
Service Provider: Customized
Provider Host: api.dynu.com
Service API: /nic/update?hostname=example.dynu.com&password=PASSWORD

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Post Re: Re: update from draytek
by Msimonds on Friday, February 23, 2018

What about the other options

Basic or url
Http or https

Ive tried both but it just doesn't update


timothytw wrote:From the main menu, select Applications then Dynamic DNS. Use the following settings:

Enable Dynamic DNS Account: check the check box
Service Provider: Customized
Provider Host: api.dynu.com
Service API: /nic/update?hostname=example.dynu.com&password=PASSWORD

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Post Re: DDNS IP update from draytek 2830
by simon123cliffe on Monday, March 19, 2018

I have only got the DDNS reporting as successful by using the other settings for 'Basic' and 'Http'.

As the connection is not encrypted, I went to my dynu.com account to create a separate IP update password, then visited the network tools to pass it through the MD5 hash before entering the resulting password in the Draytek DDNS setup page.

On the Draytek DDNS page, use the Force Update, wait a few seconds, then View Report to see if successful.

All other settings as per:-

Enable Dynamic DNS Account: check the check box
Service Provider: Customized
Provider Host: api.dynu.com
Service API: /nic/update?hostname=example.dynu.com&password=PASSWORD

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Post Re: update from draytek
by grahamn on Thursday, June 21, 2018

Thanks for this. I have found the same, only works with http so having a IP update password is important.

Running a Draytek 2660Vn on FW:3.8.8

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Post Re: update from draytek
by snissim on Monday, July 9, 2018

Thanks for this, great idea to use a separate IP Update password with MD5 hash.
For what it's worth - https works fine for me on a Draytek 2860 with FW 3.8.9.1


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