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Using DNS-O-Matic

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DNS-O-Matic provides you a free and easy way to announce your dynamic IP changes to multiple services with a single update. Using DNS-O-Matic allows you to pick and choose what Dynamic DNS services you want to notify, all from one easy to use interface.

This is helpful if Keenetic does not support your Dynamic DNS provider directly.

  1. Create a DNS-O-Matic account

  2. Configure it to start sending the updates with your preferred Dynamic DNS provider

  3. In the Keenetic Web interface, open Domain Name » DDNS and configure a custom profile:

    • Service: Another

    • DDNS service provider URL: https://updates.dnsomatic.com/nic/update

    • Domain name: (DDNS domain name that is configured in DNS-O-Matic, such as example.ddns.net)

    • User name: (DNS-O-Matic user name)

    • Password: (DNS-O-Matic password)

    • Automatically detect my IP address: uncheck

    • For connections: select your connection

  4. Click "Save".

Check that your current IP address is shown in https://dnsomatic.com/ account status.

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