Dg834g not updating dyndns

It's been running for a couple of weeks or so, but I noticed a hiccup today: the system log contained: Jul 19 data ddclient[71264]: SUCCESS: updating info: good: IP address set to 192.168.1.254 Jul 19 data ddclient[71264]: SUCCESS: updating XXXXXXXXXX.no-ip.info: good: IP address set to 192.168.1.254 showing the domain name being pointed at the router's private LAN address.

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As the IP addresses used to access these devices change, Oracle takes care of updating it for you, ensuring you are always connected.

Using Oracle’s dynamic DNS eliminates the headache and human error associated with tracking ever-changing IP addresses and allows you to avoid the alternative of purchasing pricey static IPs. When your IP address changes, you need your hostname to be updated as quickly as possible.

Whether you need Dynamic DNS for a single device or multiple locations, we have you covered with the ability to create up to 30 hostnames (yourname.dyndns.org) per purchase. With TTLs that can be set as low as 20 seconds, extremely fast propagation will happen as soon as your update client notifies us. How about yourname.is-a-geek.com, or yourname.endoftheinternet.org? With Dynamic DNS, you get access to hundreds of premium domains, so you can find the domain that reflects your needs and personality!

But with the HTTP Basic Authentication the ":" can not be used.

So the fix is to replace it with the url encoded form of a colon or optionally a pound "#" symbol. First, make sure you have a username set for the account (not an email).

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