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Do i need a DYNDNS for remote or mobile viewing to my CCTV? If i need dyndns how to register for free?

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Dyndns has stopped doing free accounts now. Your public IP address will keep changing so you will need a either 1) a cloud based DVR or 2) register for DDNS service like DYNDNS.or 3) get a static IP.

Heres a DVR i found on ebay which does not need you to set a static IP or use DDNS because it uses a cloud to connect - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Securenet-8-Channel-Full-960H-D1-CCTV-Digital-Video-Recorder-DVR-with-Hard-Drive-/261209090467

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Static ip is better. Ddns is hard to find free of charge now.

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