3rd Party DDNS Provider

No-IP Managed DDNS Service

All INSTAR cameras come with a free Internet (DDNS) address. This address allows you to acces your camera over the Internet, after setting up a Port Forwarding rule inside your Internet router. Using a third-party DDNS address is also possible.

No-IP :: Managed DDNS Service

How to use your No-IP address with your INSTAR IP camera?

To create a No-IP hostname, you first have to log in and create a user account.

You have to set a user name and password first. Then type in a host you want to use for your camera and choose a domain from the drop down menu.

You will be asked to confirm your account by an email that is send to you. After you are logged in, open the Manage Hosts link and check if your hostname was set up correctly.

To use your QNAP or Synology surveillance station to keep your new No-IP address up-to-date, go to System/Network/DDNS Settings, choose www.noip.com from the dropdown menu and type in your account information. The surveillance station will now update your No-IP address every time your internet service provider assigns you a new WAN IP address

To use your AVM Fritzbox router to keep your new No-IP address up-to-date, go to Internet/Freigaben, choose www.noip.com from the dropdown menu and type in your account information. Your router will now update your No-IP address every time your internet service provider assigns you a new WAN IP address.

To use DD-WRT router to keep your new No-IP address up-to-date, go to Setup/DDNS, choose www.noip.com from the dropdown menu and type in your account information. Your router will now update your No-IP address every time your internet service provider assigns you a new WAN IP address.

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