Setting up DDNS on an Ubiquiti Edge router is a just a little more in-depth than standard consumer routers. The purpose of this guide is to provide a clear and concise path to set this feature up. Following the steps should result in the successful configuration of Dynamic DNS for one of your hostnames/domains.
This guide is intended for use with the EdgeOS firmware 220.127.116.11 or later.
You will first want to connect to your EdgeOS interface by typing the gateway of the router into the address bar of your router. For us, this is 192.168.1.1:
You will then need to fill out the information fields that pop up. Please follow the example that follows:
To recap the settings in the picture:
Web: -left blank-
Web-Skip: -left blank-
Hostname: yourNoIPhostname (example.domain.com)
Some older firmware’s do not have No-IP listed as a service. Simply choose “Custom” and name the service “noip”. The rest is the same.
***NOTE: It has been recently reported that some Ubiquity devices currently suffer a bug where you are not able to select an option under “Protocol”. To resolve this potential problem, select “Apply”. It should fail, but not indicate why. When the “Protocol” is then selected, the drop down appears. Now select “Apply” to proceed.***
Your Edge router will now update us anytime your dynamic IP address changes. If you get any errors after clicking “Apply”, please contact our Customer Success team.