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    Static IP address?

    This is a discussion on Static IP address? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; great thx...

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      Re: Static IP address?

      great thx


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      Re: Static IP address?

      Which ones does the Sky router support?

      It's it DynDNS and no-ip or just DynDNS


      If it's just DynDNS then it might be worth while signing up for the D-link Dynamic dns service, I believe it's still powered by dyndns...

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      Re: Static IP address?

      The older Sky routers only support DynDNS although I don't know about the new Hub. As DynDNS is no longer free they should really give a choice. The DGTeam firmware I use has a long list of DDNS providers.

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      Re: Static IP address?

      The Sky Hub SR101 only supports DynDNS, although this issue has been raised.

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      Speedtest: 17.15MB/s 0.97Mb/s Ping 31 ms

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      Re: Static IP address?

      https://www.dlinkddns.com/login

      As far as I know the D-link service is still powered by dyndns unless they've changed it recently, once you've signed up via d-links site you should find the credentials work for dyndns and that the account has 1 free hostname
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