DIGI free domain go.ro for dynamic IP, like DynDNS

DIGI free domain go.ro for dynamic IP, like DynDNS

DIGI free domain go.ro for dynamic IP, like DynDNS

Hello friends in today's video we'll see how we can get a free domain for public (dynamic) IP if we have a game server, an FTP server, surveillance cameras, or other kind of services we want to access them from anywhere in the world.

As a rule, when you use a server to access it from outside the network, you need to know the public IP address of your internet provider and the port that the server uses.

How DIGI RCS & RDS provides regular users with a dynamic IP

(this is another one for every internet connection, when taking the power or removing the router from the power outlet) is very unpleasant for those who keep a home server and want to access it wherever it is.

Every time you have to use all kinds of dynamic DNS services (dlinkddns.com, dyndns.com, No-IP) that have the following disadvantages:
- You have to create an account
- you must log in once or twice a month for your account to remain active
- you had to install a client on your PC to synchronize your new public IP with the dynamic DNS domain
- you must always leave open the PC on which you installed the dynamic DNS service client

DIGI RCS & RDS also comes with a new solution for customers with dynamic IP!

Just log in to your user account by visiting https://digicare.rcs-rds.ro and then go to the ADMINISTRATION SERVICES section then Digi Net FiberLink and then Dynamic DNS. Here you choose your domain name and the “go.ro” subdomain offered free of charge by DIGI RCS & RDS.

From now on, to access your FTP server, game server, e-mail server, NAS, surveillance cameras or any other type of server, you will only need "numeleales.go.ro" and server port (for example: dan.jedy.go.ro:8081) and so you will be able to access your own server from anywhere in the world and from any network (assuming you have already reserved the IP address in the router for the server you want to you access it and you have already done port forwarding in the router for your server that you want to access from outside the local network - LAN)

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    1. Everything is useless, if your router does not have the DynDNS setup, the possibility to customize the DynDNS! My router - an advanced Asus - does not have!

      • Adrian Gudus said

        You do not need, I just said in the tutorial that it's TOCMAI useful to people who do not have this kind of support in the router! You do not need a client installed on your desktop.
        The service is the RDS provider, automatically when you assign a new IP, it will also be reflected automatically in that name created in your DIGI account.
        When you want to access your WAN server (mobile or other WiFi network than your home network), you need to enter the public IP (the one assigned by your ISP) and the server port.
        Instead of the public IP which, for the reasons explained in the video and in the text, is constantly changing, and the server port, you will access numeales.go.ro:8081 where “numeales.go.ro” will always actually reflect IP public (regardless of how many times the public IP will change) All this work is done by RDS automatically, in the background, for you. You have the Internet from them, the Dynamic DNS service also from them. From now on, any server you make and you want to access it from the WAN (I already explained a little above what the WAN is) you have to remember only the server port and numeales.go.ro
        You will not have to do all sorts of bumps to find your public IP.

      • Asus already has his own dns service !!!

        • Adrian Gudus said

          And? Not all have, the old router do not have that! And to use a Dynamic DNS third party service (if you do not have it in your router) requires you to sign up for your Dynamic DNS service, install a client on your PC that always reports the new IP to the domain, keep your PC open all the time (the disadvantages I mentioned in the tutorial text, if you read it)
          It no longer assumes that everyone has the cut conditions (a Dynamic Integrated DNS Service Router)

    2. Cristian Cojocaru said

      Interesting but a little useless without explaining how to access / configure the router / equipment behind the router to benefit from the server / cameras / storage. So come with a tutorial or several based on these "advantages" from RDS RCS. I fail to access the back of the router of any color. Only router / ftp - it's a pretty good TP LINK as equipment. Next video ???

      • let alone access to the router depends on the case, because each has or does not have a door to be accessed from the outside,

      • Adrian Gudus said

        First of all, in order to access the off-network FTP server, from the WAN, you need to know the public IP. This is exactly what the Dynamic DNS service from RDS does. Instead of memorizing the public IP (because it is your gateway from another network, mobile net or WiFi from another location) with which you reach your LAN (home network) you memorize “numeales.go.ro” and when you want to access your FTP server you access: 'ftp://numeales.go.ro:21' (or 20 or 22, depending on which port you chose for the FTP server)
        Well done, this is when you have opened the router (you have made port forwarding for your FTP server for the 21 port used by your FTP server) About how to do port forwarding (how to open a port in a router) at the end of the article, over the video, write in red

    3. I have known the service for a long time, but if I already have a free DNS offered by the router, what matters is the one from rds…

      • Adrian Gudus said

        Not all routers have an Integrated Dynamic DNS service! Older routers do not have that! Assuming everyone has what you got, it's wrong. There must be solutions for everyone, right?

    4. “A new solution” ¿
      I've been using this service for 5 years. Finally ….
      Make a presentation with the cloud from them. It can be mounted as a partition in pc. 30 gigabytes… I don't know exactly. Ok pt gigabit.

    5. Thanks for the tutorial! I've been trying for a while to understand this stuff and I do not succeed this time either. Too complicated.

    6. You better do this with vpn server on raspbery pi 3 and tunnel. By showing us how we do with ip forward, how we access d8n out of the network and from another country and with dyndns that stays ip statically dips in the mouth. It's not clear. That's how you can thank everyone

      • Adrian Gudus said

        Dynamic DNS from DIGI can be used just like DynDNS. Do not even have to have a DynDNS router in it. What most do not understand is that no matter what kind of server you have at home, when you access it from an external network (mobile net or WiFi from another location) you need the public IP
        The public IP is the one offered by the internet company you have contact with, from which you have the net. Many times the IPs offered by Internet companies are dynamic (they change periodically, at a power failure or when you remove the router from the outlet)
        Now, if you have dynamic IP (which is changing) and you are out of the country, how do you know what IP you have at home or whether it was the same you knew the last time before you left the country?
        Well, you do not need it! Here's Dynamic DNS from RDS!
        When you want to access your home server, instead of using public IP (and I said that in most cases it is dynamic, so it changes for various reasons) you use the name chosen in Dynamic DNS, a name that always, no matter how many or your public IP will change, it will automatically reflect your IP publicly from home. You do not have to find out or install any tools to report to you, where you are, the public IP home
        It's as simple as possible!
        All servers use a particular port through which they can access the Internet and can be accessed from the Internet. When you want to access it, in the browser or app that communicates with that server, you will need to enter the public IP at home and the port used by the server.
        Instead of hunting the public IP at home all the time, you will always use the chosen name in Dynamic DNS followed by the port that your home server uses. I gave the example above in answer for Cristian Cojocaru!

    7. DiteiR said

      Sal, I've solved the installation. I changed my admin password, ssh says it is active. When I try to log in to ssh, to user pi and pass raspberry, she does not recognize anything. I tried root and admin, openmediavault. Do not recognize private key. Can a solving please?
      Thank you!

    8. Hello,
      I have a router from Digi, I made my DNS free from them and I still can't access my router from the outside. (if I am connected to the home network Wifi or via cable, it works… with DNS) from the router and in vain. from the outside I can't access

    9. George said

      @ Alex: go to https://whatismyipaddress.com/

      If you have an external address of type 172.xxx or 10.xxx or 169.xxx then it is behind a Carrier Grade NAT (CG NAT) ->

      What this means: all ports on external connections are blocked, you can not make any setting to unlock or some forward option. There are some bypass methods, but they are complex and cumbersome + on cost from various VPN companies. In addition, even with DynDNS from RDS it will not work with you in this configuration.

      What you can do: make a notification to RDS for fixed internet, and tell them that you want to get your external IP address, still according to the contract, dynamic, but not from the private class of 'carrier grade NAT' type 10. xxx (you put what IP you have) You need this to give you the possibility to access the internal network from the internet and carrier grade NAT blocks you.

      That's what I did, and since then (~ 1 year) I haven't received addresses from behind CG NAT. They probably have a list of x CG NAT equipment, and on request, they can put you on a 'blacklist' that does not receive addresses from them, if they still have free external IP addresses.

      CG NAT use it because they do not have enough IPV4 addresses available to all clients (IPV4 free IP addresses have been exhausted for years). CG NAT does so (eg.) 1000 clients can access the Internet on ipv4 with the same 1 external address instead of 1000 external addresses.

      What RDS does is from the cycle "if they didn't realize that they are blocked from NAT, they probably don't need to receive the public external address and the private one reaches them", and who knows / needs can be solved from the blacklist on request

    10. meerceea said

      Domain: [email protected]
      but at the Server Address to set?

    11. Cristi said

      For some time now, for me, “erdiesh” has been connected with IP 100.100. *. *… Neither with ddns from noip.com nor with ddns from digi I can see my surveillance cameras. I called them for support and: 1. They didn't even hear about this IP class and told me that there was no such thing in them; 2. When I asked them about the ddns service from them, they told me that Digi does not offer this service! What can I do?

    12. Hello! I clicked the link to the service you mentioned and takes me to the Digi home page. Do you know how I can access it?


    13. I solved.

      I went on https://www.digiromania.ro/my-account/my-services#
      And then on Digi Net Fiberlink -> Dynamic DNS
      Thank you very much for the proposed solution. I didn't know about this function

    14. Adrian Gudus can you help me with your phone number so I can speak in private? Thanks

    15. @George, do you have any idea how I solve the problem? 🙂

      I have WAN IP: 100.103.xx.xx

      How can I resolve with the RDS to assign me an external / connectable IP?

      The idea is that I use qbittorrent and the upload is practically non-existent.

      I have my router connected to a Huawei ONT from RDS. I do PPPoe authentication from my router, this means that their ONT is in bridge mode I assume…

    16. Good evening! I can't open port 8000 assigned to the camera. I tried ping.eu and the port is closed. I made the settings exactly as you said, I can't make peace! HELP !!!

    17. Ciprian Velea said

      I use duiadns because with them you can use your own domain for dyn dns and it's free!

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