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And if it is an Actiontec Does anyone know of a way that I can put a Verizon router into bridge mode so I can put a 3rd party router behind it and not rely on Verizon or Actiontec actually knowing what they're doing? BTW all our clients are in Manhattan/North Jersey in case this turns out to be a regional issue. Same Problem here, Called Verizon tech support, they conferenced me in with action tech.

Actiontech said everything is set up fine, so it must be a dyndns issue.

So much has changed since I started using them 15 years ago.

The average home user doesn't have a need for dynamic DNS that doesn't involve running some kind of server, which we all know isn't allowed on residential accounts.

This is why I said Verizon would likely never be up for making it work; if anything they have a reason to go through and remove that from the menu the same way they made the UPn P page disappear and non-functional even when directly accessed.

Rebooted both devices as well.**Edit 2 - I just checked a 2rd remote device.. Maybe this is heartbleed issues and Dyn DNS is preventing any connections from certain devices? I've been meaning to contact them asking if they have any idea why this is.

Years ago someone at Dyn DNS (the guy that started/was running it in fact) told me never use the update software built in to routers (at that time). For the record, the Actiontec Dyn DNS code apparently doesn't work at all anymore. I don't see Verizon making much effort to actually fix this functionality.

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