This guide will help you setup and configure Dynamic DNS within your Trendnet Camera. Using the integrated Dynamic DNS in your camera means that you don’t have to keep your computer running all the time on your network in order to access your camera remotely.
Step 1: Login to your Trendnet camera using the local IP address.
Step 2: Click “Administration.”
Step 3: Click “Configuration” and then “Network” in the left-hand navigation bar.
Step 4: Click “Enable” in the Dynamic DNS section and then select No-IP from the “Service Provider” drop down.
Step 5: Input the following information:
- Host Name: The hostname you created with No-IP. (i.e. example.ddns.net)
- Username/E-mail: The e-mail address or username attached to your No-IP account.
- Password/Key: The password attached to your No-IP account.
Instead of using your No-IP account credentials, you can create and use DDNS Keys. They offer increased account security and better update client compatibility.
Step 6: Click “Save” at the bottom of the page.
Congratulations, your Trendnet camera will now send No-IP updates whenever the IP address changes.
You can learn more about using No-IP and Cameras here.