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    • CommentAuthortonyriches
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2012 edited
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    Hello !

    The DNS are in my Router and I have DNS-O-Matic installed,
    I can I now reach my Router over the Internet ???


    The following settings are the only ones I can change !

    ##########################
    Update-URL :
    Domainname :
    Benutzername :
    Kennwort :
    Kennwortbestätigung :
    ##########################

    Maybe I am not seeing the obvious, but am asking anyway !

    Thanks in Advance
    Tony Riches

    p.s.
    I am using an AVM Fritzbox 7390
    • CommentAuthorsperp
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2012
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    I would be intrested in this to!
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    "I can I now reach my Router over the Internet ???"

    Probably, but this would have nothing to do with OpenDNS or the OpenDNS server addresses.

    If you have a DDNS host name set up at DNSOMatic, you should be able to reach your network by using that name over the internet.
    • CommentAuthorrotblitz
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2012
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    @tonyriches
    "The DNS are in my Router and I have DNS-O-Matic installed,"

    Not sure what you mean by this. What "DNS" are in your router, and how got it there? And how does one install DNS-O-Matic? The latter is not software, but a service, so nothing to install. Sounds dangerous!

    "I can I now reach my Router over the Internet ???"

    Why would you like to reach your router over the internet? Wouldn't it be a service behind the router?

    If you have a hostname registered with a DDNS hosting service elsewhere, then you may be able to reach your network from/over the public internet, but only if you configured everything right.

    This would be the settings for the DDNS update function of an AVM router in order to perform the updates through DNS-O-Matic:

    Update-URL : updates.dnsomatic.com/nic/update?myip=<ipaddr>
    Domainname : yourhostname.example.org
    Benutzername : Your e-mail address registered with DNS-O-Matic/OpenDNS
    Kennwort : Your password at DNS-O-Matic/OpenDNS
    Kennwortbestätigung : Again your password at DNS-O-Matic/OpenDNS
    • CommentAuthorjdehnert
    • CommentTimeJan 31st 2012
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    If you can access your router, make sure it’s a secure connection. Either HTTPS or SSH. Telneting will leave your password out in the open.

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