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I'm using a Cisco/Linksys E4200 router (rules automatically configured by DSM).
The "lost connection" time in both mails is the same, so that should mean there wasn't a lost connection at all, or am I wrong? Kind regards, Da Dude1973Yes i can confirm i an having this issue as well. I suspect there might be an issue when using a two separate device, 1 modem and 1 router. Yes, I also notice the same bug after upgraded to DSM 4.0.
In the system log, it logged the action "System successfully registered [xxx.xxx] to [xxxxxx] in DDNS server [No IP.com]" at around everyday. On the Telus Actiontec V1000, when the dynamic external IP changes, it also changes the IP address of all on LAN, you have to go static with the LAn IP's by going into the reserve IP address for each item on LAn Telus has static IP's .dgits 63 and down dynamic IP's 64 and up I had to reserve static IP's for 2 cameras and my ds712, now when the IP address changes all itens on lan stayno-ip has DUC 3.0 which you install on your computer and it will update your dynamic every 5 minutes so you can access remotely Had a 2 hour session with telus to fix this when going out of town, had to leave my computer on 24/7 for the update client to work..installed on my computer so I could get the desktop on my computer to check my Actiontec settings.....around and around we go...!
However, I received the mail from that my domain has expired. I don't know if the problem still exists: Had a router swap, and from that time the router (WNDR3700) is set to update Dyndns. This is still happening; I get one of these email messages a day, plus occasionally a "DDNS service has been resumed" message, even though my Internet connection has been rock-solid for months.
Now the big problem....unless you manually update it, the router will NOT update Dyn DNS account for you if it powers down or simply reboots. Netgear: FIx your 614v4 firmware and 814v2 firmware for DYNDNS!!!
For MANY people, this means getting a new WAN IP address. Like I said before, just have one s/w engineer sit in one corner of the room and the router in the other cornet. You can say...well, just get a Dyn DNS client updater s/w.
My ISP is telus and I am using the actiontec v1000h router. I would like 24 hour access, has anyone had this problem before and know a solution?
If you need more info please let me know what I am a total noob and am lost! I've got exactly the same problem, I'm a new owner of the DS212 since a week and it's also running the latest firmware and software.
Int he log, you will see some thing like [initialize], and then there should be the dyndns call out. If dyndns does have the right IP address, it might be that you are constantly getting the same WAN IP address and hence, the updating was not required, whether it did call out to or not. I am about to write a "constructive" letter to netgear informing yet another bug with these "slim" routers.
I agree, Netgear used to make okay products years and years ago..these ill-written firmware releases are killing cutomers, but bringing in good money... Netgear: FIx your 614v4 firmware and 814v2 firmware for DYNDNS!!!
Also, a s/w client update program requires you to have your computer on!!!
Ive got the same problem with the 614 v5.00 firmware.
I complained to Netgear tech support, while on a call about another issue, and they had no solution and werent going to follow it up.