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Re: DynDns update fails
I have given a ref. configuration for you. If you could provide me the debug results it would be great to help you.
set dns ddns
set dns ddns id 1 server-type dyndns clear-text
set dns ddns id 1 username USERNAME password PASSWORD
set dns ddns id 1 src-interface untrust host-name HOSTNAME.dyndns.org
set dns ddns enable
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as kaspersky is good antivirus software may be there are no viruses but who knows... you can try disable the dns client (it cashes the resloved domain names, and sometime keeps old info, sometimes viruses use it to stop your access to sites like microsoft update or so). you can give it a try - right click on my computer icon, then select manage from the menu. locate the "services" on the left pane and then look for the "DNS client" and disable it (right click, then stop). then try to update again. you can start it back or disable it - its not important for OS working.
0710102 - Error DNS, DNS server not available. 8001050B - Don't start demos on the hard disk when you have a Blu-Ray added. Unknown cause. 80010510 - Don't start games on your hard disk. Unknown cause. 8002b241 - DVI has no audio. 80028EA5 - Unknown. 80029023 - Exchange of key information timed out. 80029024 - The Attempt to obtain an IP address timed out. 80029564 - Game downloaded does not install. Unknown cause. 8002F997 - You cannot upgrade the XMB firmware. 8003051E - Game does not write. 80031150 - The settings are not be save. Possible System blue screen "Setting information is corrupted. Press the X button to repair and restore default". 80130203 - PS3 connects to the Internet, but not to the PSN. This could mean that the ports needed to connect to Store are not configured. 80710092 - "An error occurred. You were disconnected from the Playstation Network" - (the Internet connection lost?). 80710102 - PS3 can not start the connection with the information configured with the IP router. Try renice the router. 80710541 - The connection to the server timed out. 80710B23 - PSN is offline, or the PSN is too busy to respond. 80710D23 - Off the PS3 for a while (30 min) with the AC switch (not standby mode). 80029024 - "Could not get an IP address." 80028EA5 - Unknown - User cannot connect to PSN. Sony said user to take to get the PS3. 8002F997 - Trying to update the PS3 firmware, downloading the update file for USB and attempt to install failed. 80710016 - Playstation Network is offline. 8013013E - WEP keyError, replace WEP key for all the numbers and try again, or to replace WPA. 8013030F - Check page of the router, off SSID Broadcasting. 8002F994 - Many people are making downloading updates. Please try again later. 80028F10 - Go to Settings and choose presentation HDMI (or whatever your connection) and choose Auto, not Custom. 8002A705 - Unable to connect to. Server. Check the router settings doors. 80030920 - An error occurred during the copy operation. The file may be corrupt or there is a lot of memory. Try copy of its original location. 80010514 - total failure of the Bluray drive.
DNs (Domain Name System)
DNS is used for resolving mapping between IP addreses and host names.
Means when you quary for yahoo.com computer only recognize bits and bytes format so but dnd resolves this isssue when it got yahoo.com quary it send request to ip addreses of yahoo.com.
If you change dns ip to that then all quary goes to tht dnd server if it has info for your quary then it forwards to there other wise you get page not found.
If you have a dynamic IP on your wan port you shall register a domain name and register it with dynamic DNS, provide your dynamic dns name in your DSL router so that you shall connect to your DSL router by calling the registered dynamic dns name from any where (you should have internet connection).
1. Register a name in dyndns.com 2. update this on your dsl router
Wait for some time,
3. access the registered name from anywhere using a browser
1- Try setting your own DNS server settings, right click on your network connection > properties > TCPIP v4 > edit DNS settings ( use dyndns.com as a dns for example). 2- Try refreshing your DNS cache: start > run > cmd > and type: ipconfig /flushdns
You may need to manually configure your PS3 connection on the console. Let's see.. I can suggest to first go to your Settings Menu -> Network Settings -> Choose:"Settings and Connection Status List" this will display a pretty detailed information about your connection to your local gateway (router).. Check specifically for Primary and Secondary DNS. In my experience, using the PS3's auto setup for the connection seems to enter the default gateway's ip (labeled "Default Router" on PS3 Status Screen) in place of the real DNS entries..
Question: Sooo how do you check your primary/secondary DNS for your network? Answer: On your PC, open a web browser and enter your default gateway ip into the browser.. log into your router (assistance can be found in your router manual or by calling your router manufacture). You should see a status page of sorts that displays your ISP's primary/secondary DNS entries.. Simply transfer those two IPs to your PS3 manually to correct the DNS issue.
First you need to find a Windows wired or wireless device already connected to the network in order to find out the required settings
Windows XP 1. Click start --> (sometimes settings) --> Control Panel --> Network Connections 2. Double click on the active connection which will say connected underneath 3. Click Support 4. Click Details 5. Now the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS and Alternate DNS which are displayed should be noted.
Windows Vista 1. Click Start --> Control Panel --> Network and Sharing Center 2. Click on "View Status" to the right of your connection 4. Click Details 5. Now the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS and Alternate DNS which are displayed should be noted.
Set these values under "manual settings" in the PS3 but add 1 to the last number for the IP Address as this has to be unique on your network
Dynamic DNS (Domain Name Service) is a method of keeping a domain name linked to a changing (dynamic) IP address. With most Cable and DSL connections, you are assigned a dynamic IP address and that address is used only for the duration of that specific connection. To properly configure the DDNS feature follow the steps below:
Step 1 Log into the web based configuration by typing in the IP address of the router (default:192.168.0.1) in your web browser. The username is admin (all lowercase) and the password is blank (nothing).
Step 2 Click on the Tools tab and then click Misc. If you have the DI-614+ with firmware 2.30, click on Tools > Parental Control.
Step 3 Enter the required information under Dynamic DNS:
Server Address: Enter the IP Address or domain name of your DDNS server (IE members.dyndns.org).
Host Name: Enter the Domain name that you registered with your DDNS service provider, (IE mydomain.dyndns.org).
Step 4 Click Apply and then Continue to save your changes.