|Mar 24, 2009, 02:51 PM||#1|
Forwarding Ports/Dynamic DynDNS Configure
Okay, I have a question about forwarding Port 80 TCP.
I successfully forwarded port 80 to my IP Address, but I'm not sure whether this IP has to be the one in your computer - in my case 192.168.2.22, or the automatically detected IP from DynDNS, which I'm using to host my local computer - 188.8.131.52.
I made a host name on DynDNS call: http://jelvis.dyndns.org
Also, I went to Dynamic DNS configuration in my router configuration, and it asked me for my Domain Name - is this jelvis, jelvis.dydns, or what?
I gave me a list of options:
I chose dydns.org, which I think is right.
It then asked me for my username...is this the username that I use for the DynDNS Website, along with my password?
I order to configure a Dynamic DNS host, do I have to pay for a domain?
I don't understand...partly because all of the language on my router configuration is in German.
I attached a screenshot of what I've been doing, and please fill free to help me out with the text fields:
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