DNS servers resolve DNS hostnames to their corresponding IP addresses.Public IPv4 addresses enable communication over the Internet, while private IPv4 addresses enable communication within the network of the instance (either EC2-Classic or a VPC).
DNS servers resolve DNS hostnames to their corresponding IP addresses.Public IPv4 addresses enable communication over the Internet, while private IPv4 addresses enable communication within the network of the instance (either EC2-Classic or a VPC).In case you want/need to access your cameras remotely, you will need to have static IP address. You can ask your ISP to change your dynamic IP address to the static one (usually paid feature) OR you can use any of free Dynamic Domain Name Systems (DDNS).
For example, if you want browser requests for to be routed to a web server in your VPC, you'll create an A record in your private hosted zone and specify the IP address of that web server.
For more information about creating a private hosted zone, see Working with Private Hosted Zones in the .
A public (external) DNS hostname takes the form for other Regions.
We resolve a public DNS hostname to the public IPv4 address of the instance outside the network of the instance, and to the private IPv4 address of the instance from within the network of the instance.
To access resources using custom DNS domain names, you must be connected to an instance within your VPC.
From your instance, you can test that your resource in your private hosted zone is accessible from its custom DNS name by using the command to work.) You can access a private hosted zone from an EC2-Classic instance that is linked to your VPC using Classic Link, provided your VPC is enabled for Classic Link DNS support.
On most Linux operating systems, the DNS servers that the system uses for name resolution are defined in the /etc/file.
That file should contain at least one line defines a DNS server.
Step 2: Login to your camera administration (see how) using the local IP address. Please mind there are lots of camera brands & camera models & different FW versions and each of them might have this section on different place or even called differently. Step 4: First click on "DDNS" and then "enable" this function.
There usually is a dropdown with multiple dynamic DNS providers.