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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by ntsapp3, Feb 16, 2007.
If your gateway/router supports DNS forwarding, you can just put its address in the "DNS Servers" field.
I use www.dyndns.com. (I think this is what you're talking about .)
Just put in the address of the router in the field "DNS Servers". If you can surf the web, your router supports DNS forwarding. If you can't, your router doesn't.
No, dyndns is something else. DNS Forwarding is when your router forwards any domain name lookups to your's IPSs DNS servers.
Wait, are you talking about setting up a external static IP? Or an internal? because that changes many things...