My D-Link Router Does Not Include No-IP As An Integrated Dynamic DNS Provider


D-Link Dynamic DNS service is terminated as of July 2nd, 2020. Move to No-IP for free or save on a paid upgrade to maintain your remote access setup.

Are you trying to setup No-IP Dynamic DNS (DDNS) on your D-Link router? This guide will walk you through how to setup DDNS with your D-Link router, even if No-IP is not listed in the DDNS section of your D-Link firmware.

  1. Login to your D-Link router, ensure it is up-to-date with the latest firmware.
  2. Navigate to the DDNS service setting within the router and look for “No-IP” in the DDNS dropdown.

If you do not see No-IP as a DDNS provider in your D-Link firmware, download No-IP’s Free Dynamic Update Client that you can easily install on your Windows, Mac, or Linux machine. This small piece of software will run on your computer at the network you would like to access remotely and will keep your hostname active with the correct IP address.

Navigate back to your D-Link router and Port Forward the port for the device you are trying to access. The following guide will help you Port Forward your D-Link Router. How to Port Forward a D-Link Router.

Need Help Setting up No-IP DUC?

How to Install the Dynamic Update Client (DUC) on Windows

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How to Install the Dynamic Update Client (DUC) on Linux