Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Frank Winkler, Mar 19, 2007.

  1. Hi there !

    Some of the "small" routers (800) seem to have learned DynDNS - but what
    about the bigger models or even PIX/ASA? As my consumer DSL router really
    begins to suck, I'm thinking about using the planned ASA 5505 as the DSL
    gateway. But how can I do the DynDNS update then?
    Yes, there are clients for various OSes but that would imply digging out
    the WAN address etc. The best place is the router itself - and if the ASA
    speaks PPPoE, why doesn't it speak DynDNS?


    Frank Winkler, Mar 19, 2007
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  2. Well, I use ZoneEdit DNS, which the Linksys routers don't

    I have a little client service installed on my computer called
    DynDNS from Sitedevelopers (http://www.sitedevelopers.com). It
    monitors the public IP address on my router and updates ZoneEdit when
    that public IP address changes. It was a fifteen dollar program and
    supports quite a long list of dynamic DNS hosting services including

    There is a free trial version which only supports one domain
    or subdomain if you want to evaluate it.


    Fred Atkinson, Mar 19, 2007
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