DNS, or Domain Name System, is the magic that makes the internet user friendly, and the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Let’s take a look at what you need and the two different methods you can use to keep your DDNS address up to date. Historically the go-to solution nearly everyone used was Dyn DNS.However back in 2014 they did away with their free plan (which was a perfect fit for the vast majority of home users), and went paid-only.There are also other features like multiple sub-domains so you can set up multiple addresses like music.yourpersonaladdress.com, minecraft.yourpersonaladdress.com, and so on.For the purposes of this tutorial we’ll be using Dynu Systems, both because it’s well established and offers a wide range of features for free.If it has changed we will send a notification to your account and update the desired host with the new IP address.
This will prevent you from losing a connection simply because your IP address changed.
My idea is to get the acces to my raspberry server (ssh, webmin, deluge web) from the Internet.
I add the dynamic DNS service to my dd-wrt router and I can acces it (web ui) from Internet. But I cannot acces to ssh, webmin and deluge web using my hostname provided by No-IP.
No-IP Free hostnames must be updated once every 30 days.
You can do this by logging into your No-IP account and clicking “Modify” next to your hostname then clicking “Update Hostname”.
Your ISP has a big pool of addresses and they share them with everyone on an as-needed-basis.