04-19-2012 07:58 PM
04-20-2012 01:50 PM - edited 04-20-2012 01:56 PM
In the E4200 v1 when ever a user would hit save in any tab with in the routers settings. It would push a update to the DDNS server you subscribe to. If you use DYNDNS such as I, you would receive a e-mail from the DYNDNS saying your account has been banned due to spamming.
In the newest E4200 v2 with firmware update 2.0.36 this was supposed to correct this auto push . . . In my experience it has not corrected this really stupid bug!
If you make any changes to the router and hit save. Go back to the DDNS tab and you will see that the router has in fact sent off another update to the DDNS servers.
I still havent received a reply from teir 3 support about this issue . . . Again, just brutal customer service and follow up thus far!
Teken . . .
04-20-2012 02:42 PM
I don't get it. I use DynDNS too. I have E4200v1 v1.0.04. And I have never had any problem like you report Teken.
I've made many many changes to my config, clicking Save often. When I was developing/testing my Internet Access Restriction rules I probably hit Save 25 times in an hour. Never any problems with DynDNS.
And just now I made a change to my config, hit Save, then logged into my DynDNS account and checked my host, and there was no update reported for my host in DynDNS... it says "last updated 4/13/12" (1 week ago).
I wonder, Is this really a general firmware problem with v1 or v2?? Because I haven't seen it.
04-21-2012 02:10 AM
04-21-2012 06:07 AM