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One of the biggest benefits of having IP cameras is being able to access them from the internet.
Many of us have smartphones, i Pads or netbooks that we take with us and it would be great to check in on the place, a pet or the elderly while at work, in a coffee shop or while traveling.
Some cameras have 2 way audio, so you can even talk to the person or pet. We all know that if we go to a certain IP address on our home browser, we can configure and view the camera, but how do we do the very same thing when we are not home.
This article will show you how you can configure your Cisco router so it can support the DDNS service with and Dyn
Dyn delivers more brand loyalty, customer satisfaction, and increased sales from startups to Global 2,000 companies and businesses in between. Starting as home users ourselves, we understand what features are important and how essential usability and availability are.
With the largest presence of all Dynamic DNS providers on home routers as well as partnerships with all of the major router producers, at-home integration is that much easier for you.
As the IP addresses used to access these devices change, Dyn takes care of updating it for you, ensuring you are always connected. When your IP address changes, you need your hostname to be updated as quickly as possible.
The first step is to set a fixed address on the camera so that it doesn’t change and you can always find it.
Our Dynamic DNS solution allows you to choose a unique hostname (ex: My Home.dyndns.org) and link it to any IP-compatible device (router, webcam, security camera, DVR, thermostat, computer, file storage, etc.).