From time to time we’re asked about using hardware Dynamic DNS clients built in to some routers. While initially that seems to be a great idea, it can really be troublesome to debug customer problems when they’re using firmware DDNS implementations.
True story: A No-IP employee recently had his house broken into while away for a weekend. If he had a few security cameras hooked up he might have been able to catch the thieves red-handed.
This busy holiday season you have better things to do than worry if your house is still standing while you’re on vacation. Did you know that you can use No-IP to provide access to your security cameras over the web when you’re away from home?
It’s quite simple really. Using a No-IP domain name, some readily available cameras, and a PC-based (or standalone) Digital Video Recorder (DVR), you can access the cameras from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. To find out more on how you can use No-IP, have a look at this article from the Guides and Tips section of our website.
No-IP is constantly providing updates to its FAQ with new and insiteful information to insure the best user experience. This most recent development is something that we are very excited about.
The FAQ is now available in French! We hope that all of our French speaking users enjoy this new addition to our support section. In addition to French, No-IP’s FAQ is available in Spanish and English.