These can be used to update multiple services on the same interface, or multiple interfaces.
There are two tabs under Dynamic DNS, one for Dyn DNS providers, and one for RFC 2136 servers.
In addition to the normal public services, pf Sense also supports RFC 2136 DNS updates to DNS servers.
DNS name servers which keep track of DNS records and exchange this information between each other to maintain consistency. a web browser) is then directed to one of these name servers.In the "Host Name" field, you have to enter the fully qualified name of your dynamic domain (e.g. If you have multiple host names registered at your DDNS service, you can enter them in the "Host Name" field using the "-a" option.Example: You want to update the IP address for myhostname1.example.org, myhostname2.and myhostname3.example.org; in this case, you have to enter in the "Host Name" field the following string: "myhostname1.-a myhostname2.-a myhostname3.example.org".The server then asks for the username and password. Many times, as in the above example is it specified in the "name=value" form.The client program returns the information to authorize itself, and the update is completed with the server request response to verify the result. And commonly when more than one value needs to be specified, it is divided with "&" so "name1=value1&name2=value2&name3=value3" can be used to specify three parameters.