Randy Theken last edited by
Does the AMPLIFI router have a means of providing Dynamic DNS?
Since my ISP provides only a dynamic Public IP address there are occasions when this IP address can change, for example after rebooting their cable modem.
Currently on my Cisco router I have Dynamic DNS setup so it checks occasionally if my Public IP address has changed using a service known as DynDNS.org
By this means it’s always checking my Public IP address and updating my DNS.
The only other means of not needing Dynamic DNS is to obtain a Static or Fixed IP address from my cable provider but they usually don’t give these out for residential accounts or when they do you have to have a more commercial package.
So my concern is if I switch out my Cisco router with this AMPLIFI Router there will be a day that my Public IP Address changes not then updating my URL that I use to log into my router, and therefore won’t work.
I suspect too, that maybe the reply is that AMPLIFI does not need this because they use their Teleport device (which I have) and use at one of my other house locations and maybe the thought is one does not need to worry about using Dynamic DNS if you use their Teleport???
Nick Transier last edited by
You can manage your Amplifi system via the application without a direct IP connection via the remote login options (e.g., through Google account). That's at least one option in the meantime. I haven't seen any DDNS options exposed in the Amplifi settings. I know I had that setup with my old Unifi system.
ryan cooper Banned last edited byThis post is deleted!