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Posted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 10:56 pm
by lukef
Is it true that Mikrotik doesnt support dyndns. If this is the case im truly shocked. Yes i have read about change IP. But seriously do you see any other commercial products that have support for change ip. Before coming here i have never heard of changeip and frankly not interested in using their services. I have been using dyndns for 3 years and never had a problem. Come on guys get with it. There is enough people here that would like to see support. Surly it cant be that hard to make a script.

Re: dyndns

Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 8:54 pm
by hilton
Similar to you, I too had used DynDNS for many years by the time I discovered Mikrotik. However, having sampled ChangeIPs services I made the leap and so far so good. Sam is most probably a one man band and I can just picture him lying on a lilo in his pool, giving support via bluetooth and VOIP :-)

Seriously, what's the difference to you anyway. Why not support one of the local guys?

Re: dyndns

Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 9:17 pm
by changeip started around the same time as We just grew slower which ended up allowing us to support our customers better.

1 - We charge a lot less than them.

2 - We provide support for free for Mikrotik users.

3 - We provide scripts that work reliably with RouterOS.

4 - 90% of the RouterOS boxes updating our systems would get locked out in a minute with dyndns's policies.

5 - We participate in the forums for a better end user experience. Ask about RouterOS and they won't even know what it is.

6 - We are built into many hardware devices. Routerboard, SonicWall, SONY LocationFree TV (Exclusive OEM), PCO DVRs, HoneyWell DVRs, Toshiba cameras & DVRs, Crestron home automation brains, many DLinks, anything using ddclient (embedded), draytek routers, lancom, netscreen, speedtouch, ubicom, trendnet, and many others.
Surly it cant be that hard to make a script.
No one is stopping anyone from making a script... it's just that no one has or wants to. Go for it : )


Re: dyndns

Posted: Wed Nov 05, 2008 12:30 am
by lukef
Hey Guys / Sam
Looks like you have answered my questions. Thanks for the great info. I will be sticking with dyndns until my hosting services run out and then i will move on to changeip
Cheers for the info