Thursday, September 3, 2009


Using a Dynamic Global IP Address can be a headache when trying to access your DVR Server remotely. Having to find out what the new IP Address is whenever it changes is not an option when you need to regularly access your DVR Server globally either through the Remote Client or the Web View. The DVR DDNS resolves this problem.

The DDNS Service works to track your IP address and report it back to the DDNS Provider. The DDNS Provider then assigns an extension (that's unique to you) to a publicly available Domain. Each time you type that Domain name into a browser, the DDNS Service translates what you've typed back to the current IP address of the internet that your DVR is located at.

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