Joined: 04 Oct 2007 Posts: 1261 Location: Ohio USA
Posted: Mon Nov 12, 2007 16:47 Post subject:
Just set up DDNS in the router with a dynamic ip service such as DYNdns. Then you can always get to somehost.somedomain.com. Also, you can configure WOL in the router to turn on your pc via the router's web gui. _________________ (05/02/17) std - 31924
I was not very clear. Sorry for that.
What I was trying to say - After enabling DDNS on my router, the internet stopped working. I am not at the office now, it has nothing to do with the office. I am home now, my router is home. I was disconnected after 5-10 minutes. This happened for 3 times in a row.
Anyway, it seems to work for now. I got my current IP 75 minutes ago.