Winadyn Error When Sending Dyndns-svr Response? Fix It Immediately

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    You may encounter an error message that says that winadyn Error checks the Dyndns SVR response. There are several ways to solve this problem, we will talk about them in the near future.

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    I have DD-WRT v24-sp2 and had to spend some time getting DynDNS up and running.

    DD-WRT Wiki for Seems ddns

    A bit confusing… but let me tell you how to fix the following:

    “W:INADYN: error DYNDNS svr response validation failed. Check usr,pass,hostname! (HTTP/1.1 200 OK”

    DDNS service
    Never Use External IP Verification
    DYNDNS server
    UsernameYour username is usually not an email
    passwordyour password
    hostnameYour hostname is translated into your account – in many cases hostname.dyndns.DDNS org
    URLs
    additional options

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  • Click Save and then Apply Settings. You need to check if the update was successful when the status is found:

    Sat Jul 27 4:59:37 PM 2013: INADYN: “INADYN Advanced Version 1.96-ADV” Launched – Enthusiastic DNS Update
    Sat Jul 27 4:59:37 pm in 2013: i:inadyn IP address: ‘fakehost.dyndns.org’ alias address needs to be updated to ‘1.1.1.1’
    Sat 07/29/2013: 04:59:37 PM I:INADYN: The alias “fakehost.dyndns.org” successfully updated to IP “1.1.1.1”.

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    Author message rlbond

    DD-WRT name=”85872″>Newbie

    Registered: May 21, 2007

    Posts: 3

    Posted: Fri May 25, 2007 00:18 AM Subject: Failed to check DYNDNS svr response. Check usr, password, hostname!
    I keep getting this error, including for freedns.afraid.org and for no-ip.com.
    I find it completely wrong to fill out the form, can anyone tell me exactly what to enter?
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    true28

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    Joined May 26, 2007

    Posts: 5

    Posted: Thursday, May 31, 2007 6:08 PM
    http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=87205#87205

    look first next time.

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    rlbond wrote:
    I keep getting this error, two for freedns.afraid.org and one for no-ip.com.
    I don’t really fill out the form, can someone tell me exactly what to fill out?

    Here is more than one helpful answer. Go to the famous link. Jump to page And second search on the post as Celem posted at 8:02 am on Thursday 08 May this year.Used

    I did this to get noip.com’s personal DDNS to work.

    DDNS service: NO-IP.com
    Username: my-noip-username
    Password: my-noip-password
    Hostname: https://www.noip.com/members/dns/host.php?host_id=my-hostid-number

    I just cut the website out of my browser’s address field and pastedit into a package with a DD-WRT hostname after clicking “Post this address” on the noip.com website.

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    Posted: July 21, 2014, 00:34 Post subject:
    For Fear.org, you should use whatever key you normally get from their online store.

    Code:
    myhost.homenet.org,dGxVcnduTmFCcGxNenpUUGRtAWE6YTE0ODU5NTU=

    Paste them into the host text field. The most important always ends with = a. Top Show client profileColspan=”2″> Newbie

    On: mswlogo

    dd-wrt Oct 11, 2007

    Messages: 33

    Published : Fri, Sep 05, 2014 2:04 pm Difference in message: Subject: Failed to check the cause of DYNDNS svr. Check usr, pass, hostn
    wrote:

    incomprehensible

    rlbond wrote:
    I keep getting article errors for both freedns.afraid.org and many no-ips.com.
    I must have got the wrong number, can someone tell me exactly what to fill in?

    Here is more than one useful reliable answer. Follow the specified one-way link. Go to page 2 and find the post in Celem posted on Thursday, May 8 this year at 8:02 am.

    I use it to run my noip.com DDNS.

    DDNS service: NO-IP.com
    Username: my-noip-username
    Password: my-noip-password
    Hostname: https://www.noip.com/members/dns/host.php?host_id=my-hostid-number

    I simply extracted the specific URL from my browser’s address bar and pasted it into the DD-WRT host word field after clicking “edit” my address on the noip.com website in various ways.

    Booya!

    This worked for me too. Thanks.

    UsedThe freedns.afraid.org setting prevented the hash from being inserted into the entire address and ended up with the name of another domain, which I registered with fear. org Top Show owner profileColspan=”2″> shacomm

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    w inadyn error validating dyndns svr answer

    Joined: Sep 05, 2014

    Messages: 6

    Published: Tue, September 23, 2014 03:47 PM Post subject: freedns.afraid.org Incorrect hash
    I overdid it… the solution was to swap the automatically generated hash to avoid the verbose hash domain.

    Let’s start with freedns.afraid.org > Dynamic > dynamic naming service direct URL. The URL contains the full required hash. Paste it in DD-WRT > Configuration > DDNS > Hostname after your main domain name.

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