rzfeeser.com
Setting up Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) on a DD-WRT router - Russell Zachary Feeser
[Note] These steps were created using a DD-WRT enabled Asus N-16 router running the firmware “DD-WRT v24-sp2 (12/20/11) mega”. If you’re unsure what DD-WRT is, then check out the DD-WRT wiki. I won’t claim that it is perfect, but it does provide some fun services you can run on your home LAN to get ‘more’ out of your internet experiences. Essentially, you take a moderately priced router and reflash it with a ‘better’ firmware, resulting in more capabilities. It’s a project that shouldn’t run more than $70. The ASUS N-16 router is a popular choice to flash, as it can …