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You may have forgotten to include a character in your update token. At this point, you should be able to ping the FQDN (fully qualified domain name) that you set up (such as steve.example.com) and see it attempt to ping WAN IP address. Congratulations on setting up your DD-WRT router to use the Free DNS. As always, I welcome your questions, comments, and feedback below.Additionally, the wife insists on 100% uptime with Vonage (as she should) so I really need the Qo S (Quality of Service) to be solid.If I'm downloading 5 Gigs from MSDN at 800k/s over Comcast, I need her phone calls to NOT be dropped.However, I’m not a Dyn fan, so I chose to go with different option. Like those who came before them, their budget relies completely on users who choose to pay for their premium DNS services.If your router has a built-in pre-configured DDNS service, it’s possible that it won’t work with

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I've the same setup/issue with the DDNS feature failing to log into Dyn Dns servers and update the host record.