I'm to configure my new ASUS RT-N66U router to do DDNS.
Here is the configuration page:
Doing what seems to be the obvious, namely putting my host-name xxx.dyndns.org in the host field, my email address and password for my dyndns (Pro) account doesn't work.
The router logs show: Dec 20 08:08:27 ddns: clear ddns cache file for server setting change Dec 20 08:08:28 ddns update: connected to members.dyndns.org (188.8.131.52) on port 80.
Dec 20 08:08:29 ddns update: server output: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2012 18:08:29 GMT Server: Apache Content-Type: text/plain Accept-Ranges: none Connection: close badauth
Dec 20 08:08:29 ddns update: authentication failure
Indicating I'm supposed to authenticate some other way. Any idea what it is looking for here?
asked Dec 21 '12 at 07:04 AM in DNS & Domains
The question has been closed Dec 21 '12 at 07:32 AM by Cry Havok for the following reason:
Problem resolved by poster
Well. The process of posting the question showed me I have a username that I was unaware of. I log into dyndns using my email address. If I use my username instead of my email address in the field that says to use either, dyndns is now happy.
Dec 20 21:05:29 notify_rc : restart_ddns
Dec 20 21:05:29 ddns: clear ddns cache file for server setting change
Dec 20 21:05:29 ddns update: connected to members.dyndns.org (184.108.40.206) on port 80.
Dec 20 21:05:29 ddns update: server output: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2012 07:05:30 GMT Server: Apache X-User-Status: vip Content-Type: text/plain Accept-Ranges: none Connection: close good 67.49.153.XX
Dec 20 21:05:29 ddns update: request successful
Dec 20 21:05:32 ddns: ddns update ok
answered Dec 21 '12 at 07:18 AM