Transfer DDNS Name To New Router

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I had my router go bad and asus replaced it with another. I setup my ddns name in the new router and of course it tells me that it’s already registered and just stays on updating. I need to have my asus ddns name transfered to my new router. Do I need to contact asus or can it be done here? My router is a Asus GT-AX11000

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That sounds like a router setting.
Try ASUS support and/or a web search.

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I concur with @rg305. While DNS issues and connectivity will obviously hamper the ability to get Let’s Encrypt certificates issued properly, the debugging and fixing of your DDNS and router issues are wildly beyond the scope of this Community IMHO.

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Ok. Thanks. Didn’t know if it could be done through here. I’ll contact Asus.

You do know which Community you are, right?

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