Synology no ip not updating

I've also configured my router DDNS settings Router: TP-Link TL-WR740N Routeer Firmware: DD-WRT v24-sp2 (11/21/10) std I am also forwarding two ports, 80 for web and 22 for ssh. But, if I ping the same domain from another network, it doesn't work. The reason you're seeing failed pings is that DD-WRT blocks anonymous ping requests by default (any competent router should do this as well).

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Exiting..." exit 1 fi ### # Compare the results ### if "$IPv4_CURRENT" == "$IPv4_DDNS" ; then echo -n "[I] IPv4 addresses match. Exiting..." exit 0 else echo "[W] IPv4 addresses DO NOT match.

Need to update." fi ### # Generate $HOST and $DOMAIN ### # If $FQDN is in the format 'domain.tld' (i.e.

Otherwise, you will receive a notification every time the script runs.

Finally, you will need to copy and paste the entire body of the following script into the User-defined script box.

This script should still work on most versions of Linux and mac OS.

In fact, it might be slightly more compatible than the version in my previous post, as I am no longer using to parse the result of the DDNS update.

I have my qnap TS-212 running the latest firmware and I keep noticing that the only time it will update no-ip with my current IP address is when the unit is restarted.

It has no problem logging into the no-ip servers it just wont update unless I restart and I have it set to update every 10 minutes. Thanks I have my qnap TS-212 running the latest firmware and I keep noticing that the only time it will update no-ip with my current IP address is when the unit is restarted. My ISP blocks port 80 so I have no ip doing a redirect of all traffic on port 80 to port 8080, On my domain name.

Not if you change system admin port to another port.

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