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Dynamic DNS helps you avoid connection interruptions and allows you to use applications that usually require a static IP address. Dynamic DNS offers an easy way to host servers (web servers, email servers, ftp servers) that would otherwise be very difficult or impossible to accomplish without a static IP address.
Dynamic DNS Documentation
Locate Your Record ID
Every record in DNS Made Easy is assigned a unique ID which is required as part of the call to pass in a dynamic update.
1. Log In
2. Click the DNS > Managed DNS menu.
3. Select a domain and click on the Records tab
4. Double click a record
5. If the DDNS check box is not enabled, enable it. The Record ID is the Dynamic DNS ID on this page that appears below the check box.
Dynamic DNS Response Troubleshooting
"error-auth" Invalid username or password, or invalid IP syntax
"error-auth-suspend" User has had his / her account suspended (due to complaints of abuse or misuse of service).
"error-auth-voided" User has had his / her account revoked (permanent suspension due to abuse or misuse of service).
"error-record-invalid" Record does not exist in the system. / Unable to update record in system database.
"error-record-auth" User does not have access to this record.
"error-record-ip-same" IP was not changed, no action taken.
"error-system" General system error which is caught and recognized by the system.
"error" General system error unrecognized by the system.
"success" The only message you want to see—no issues.