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How do I set up the P400T Platinum to be used as a Domain Server?

I am not sure how to setup as a domain server. I have signed up for a ddns service however not sure on exact settings on NAS for this to work.

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You can configure it through the web GUI.

The unofficial support website is: http://www.yellowmachinesupport.com/

The manual there will give you the info. I'm not sure it will do ddns.

Good luck,
David

Posted on Aug 06, 2010

  • David Beecher Aug 06, 2010

    I forgot to add-- you wouldn't want it doing dynamic-dns anyway because that means you are using it as your routing firewall. It would be much safer to plug in a firewall router and plug this in behind that on the LAN interface only and use it as a NAS.

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