Use NOIP to setup a Remote DDNS

No-IP/DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) is a service that associates a domain name with a changing IP address. ISPs often assign dynamic IP addresses, which can be problematic for hosting services such as CurrentWare for a remote setup.

No-IP/DDNS solves this by mapping the domain name to the changing IP address using client software or network device configurations. It ensures consistent access to services by automatically updating the DNS record with the latest IP address information.

DDNS Setup Intructions


As this is not a CurrentWare service or product, our support team does not support creation or troubleshooting of this setup. This guide is strictly for reference.

  1. Visit
  2. Enter a relevant name to setup a Hostname.

  1. You will need to enter your email address to retrieve the download link.
  2. Download the software package and install it. It will install a small client.
  1. Once installed, run it to ensure its working and show that it is running. There should be 3 green checkmarks.

6. Login to your router, and find the Dynamic DNS settings.

NOTE: This will vary in location and options based on your provider or hardware. Please refer to your product manual for additional information.

7. You should now be able to setup your clients to connect to the Dynamic DDNS name you created in Step #2.

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