Dynamic DNS allow you to bind an external IP address to a convenient name so we humans can easily remember. The name (Alias) will always be pointing towards the external IP address even though if the IP changes.
As an example, www.google.com is pointing towards 188.8.131.52, if you type that IP address in your browser you will still access the google.com, but those numbers would be hard to remember, hence the name is more convenient.
If you are using UAVcast with VPN then DNS is not needed. VPN uses static IP address that wont change.
Here is a list for UAVcast supported services. Use any of the bellow services and add the name to the DNS System input.
- For dyndns.org: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For freedns.afraid.org: email@example.com
- For zoneedit.com: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For no-ip.com: email@example.com
- For easydns.com: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For tzo.com: email@example.com
- For 3322.org: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For dnsomatic.com: email@example.com
- For tunnelbroker.net: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For dns.he.net: email@example.com
- For dynsip.org: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For sitelutions.com: email@example.com
- For dnsexit.com: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For generic: custom@http_svr_basic_auth
Your service username. This is normally the credentials for logging in to your account at (example no-ip.com)
Your service password. This is normally the credentials for logging in to your account at (example no-ip.com)
This is your newly created address or name. example: uavcast.no-ip.info
This is the system or service you are using from the list above. If you have signed up for no-ip.com, then use