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How can I speed up DynDNS-registration?

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When my router reboots, or switches from sim1 to sim2, the update on the DynDNS takes a long time. Also the time between 2 attempts to connect is less than a minute (these lines keep appearing:
14:19:25, 28 Apr 2015,Device Cloud disconnected
14:19:25, 28 Apr 2015,Device Cloud reconnect timer expire)

As soon as the router is rebooted, i want to set a delay of f.e. 60 seconds, and the update the dns automatically. Is that even possible?
asked Apr 28, 2015 in Digi TransPort Cellular by NicoPeeters New to the Community (0 points)
edited Apr 28, 2015 by NicoPeeters
debug.txt:

Digi TransPort WR21-L41B-DE1-XX Ser#:364259 HW Revision: 1203b
Software Build Ver5235.  May 21 2014 02:57:49  WW
ARM Bios Ver 7.16u v43 454MHz B987-M995-F80-O1,0 MAC:00042d058ee3
Power Up Profile: 0
Async Driver              Revision: 1.19  Int clk
Ethernet Hub Driver       Revision: 1.11
Firewall                  Revision: 1.0
EventEdit                 Revision: 1.0
Timer Module              Revision: 1.1
(B)USBHOST                Revision: 1.0
L2TP                      Revision: 1.10
PPTP                      Revision: 1.00
TACPLUS                   Revision: 1.00
MODBUS                    Revision: 0.00
RealPort                  Revision: 0.00
MultiTX                   Revision: 1.00
LAPB                      Revision: 1.12
X25 Layer                 Revision: 1.19
MACRO                     Revision: 1.0
PAD                       Revision: 1.4
X25 Switch                Revision: 1.7
V120                      Revision: 1.16
TPAD Interface            Revision: 1.12
GPS                       Revision: 1.0
SCRIBATSK                 Revision: 1.0
BASTSK                    Revision: 1.0
PYTHON                    Revision: 1.0
CLOUDSMS                  Revision: 1.0
TCP                       Revision: 1.14
TCP Utils                 Revision: 1.13
PPP                       Revision: 1.19
WEB                       Revision: 1.5
SMTP                      Revision: 1.1
FTP Client                Revision: 1.5
FTP                       Revision: 1.4
IKE                       Revision: 1.0
PollANS                   Revision: 1.2
PPPOE                     Revision: 1.0
BRIDGE                    Revision: 1.1
MODEM CC (SIERRA LTE)     Revision: 1.4
FLASH Write               Revision: 1.2
Command Interpreter       Revision: 1.38
SSLCLI                    Revision: 1.0
OSPF                      Revision: 1.0
BGP                       Revision: 1.0
QOS                       Revision: 1.0
PWRCTRL                   Revision: 1.0
RADIUS Client             Revision: 1.0
SSH Server                Revision: 1.0
SCP                       Revision: 1.0
SSH Client                Revision: 1.0
CERT                      Revision: 1.0
LowPrio                   Revision: 1.0
Tunnel                    Revision: 1.2
OVPN                      Revision: 1.2
QDL                       Revision: 1.0
WiMax                     Revision: 1.0
Device Cloud              Revision: 2.0
OK


'hw'

Serial Number: 364259
HW Rev: 1203b
MAC 0: 00042d058ee3
MAC 1: 00042df58ee3
MAC 2: 00042de58ee3
MAC 3: 00042dd58ee3
MAC 4: 00042dc58ee3
MAC 5: 000000000000
MAC 6: 000000000000
Model: TransPort WR21
Part#: WR21-L41B-DE1-XX
RAM: 128 MB
OK


'config c show'

eth 0 IPaddr "10.1.1.1"
addp 0 enable ON
lapb 0 ans OFF
lapb 0 tinact 120
lapb 1 tinact 120
lapb 3 dtemode 0
lapb 4 dtemode 0
lapb 5 dtemode 0
lapb 6 dtemode 0
ip 0 cidr ON
def_route 0 ll_ent "ppp"
def_route 0 ll_add 1
def_route 1 ll_ent "ppp"
def_route 1 ll_add 2
nat 0 minport 8100
nat 0 maxport 8100
nat 0 IPaddr "10.1.1.201"
nat 0 mapport 8100
nat 1 minport 560
nat 1 maxport 560
nat 1 IPaddr "10.1.1.201"
nat 1 mapport 560
nat 2 minport 5500
nat 2 maxport 5500
nat 2 IPaddr "10.1.1.201"
nat 2 mapport 5500
nat 3 minport 554
nat 3 maxport 554
nat 3 IPaddr "10.1.1.201"
nat 3 mapport 554
nat 4 minport 8101
nat 4 maxport 8101
nat 4 IPaddr "10.1.1.201"
nat 4 mapport 8101
nat 5 minport 4444
nat 5 maxport 4444
nat 5 IPaddr "10.1.1.201"
nat 5 mapport 4444
nat 6 minport 3389
nat 6 maxport 3389
nat 6 IPaddr "10.1.1.201"
nat 6 mapport 3389
dhcp 0 IPmin "192.168.1.100"
dhcp 0 respdelms 500
dhcp 0 mask "255.255.255.0"
dhcp 0 gateway "192.168.1.1"
dhcp 0 DNS "192.168.1.1"
sntp 0 server "time.etherios.com"
sntp 0 offset 1
sntp 0 dstonmon 3
sntp 0 dstonday 1
sntp 0 dstonhr 2
sntp 0 dstondommode -1
sntp 0 dstoffmon 10
sntp 0 dstoffday 1
sntp 0 dstoffhr 3
sntp 0 dstoffdommode -1
sockopt 0 telnets ON
sockopt 0 ssh_server_ena OFF
dyndns 0 hostname1 "***"
dyndns 0 username "***"
dyndns 0 ifent "default"
snmp 0 name "***"
ppp 0 timeout 300
ppp 0 lscnt 10
ppp 0 rebootfails 10
ppp 0 radiuscfg 0
ppp 1 name "W-WAN"
ppp 1 phonenum "*98*3#"
ppp 1 IPaddr "0.0.0.0"
ppp 1 timeout 600
ppp 1 firewall ON
ppp 1 use_modem 1
ppp 1 gprs_sim 1
ppp 1 aodion 1
ppp 1 autoassert 1
ppp 1 pingip "8.8.8.8"
ppp 1 pingint 30
ppp 1 pingdeact 60
ppp 1 lscnt 60
ppp 1 rebootfails 60
ppp 1 acttries 10
ppp 1 inhibitno "2"
ppp 1 r_chap OFF
ppp 1 radiuscfg 0
ppp 2 name "W-WAN"
ppp 2 phonenum "*98*3#"
ppp 2 r_addr OFF
ppp 2 IPaddr "0.0.0.0"
ppp 2 l_addr ON
ppp 2 timeout 600
ppp 2 firewall ON
ppp 2 use_modem 1
ppp 2 gprs_sim 2
ppp 2 aodion 1
ppp 2 autoassert 1
ppp 2 pingip "8.8.8.8"
ppp 2 pingint 30
ppp 2 pingdeact 60
ppp 2 lscnt 60
ppp 2 rebootfails 60
ppp 2 acttries 10
ppp 2 inhibitno "1"
ppp 2 l_pap OFF
ppp 2 r_pap ON
ppp 2 l_chap OFF
ppp 2 radiuscfg 0
ppp 3 defpak 16
ppp 4 defpak 16
modemcc 0 info_asy_add 4
modemcc 0 apn "internet.proximus.be"
modemcc 0 link_retries 30
modemcc 0 stat_retries 30
modemcc 0 check_reg 3
modemcc 0 ss_interval 60
modemcc 0 sms_interval 1
modemcc 0 sms_callerid "***"
modemcc 0 sms_cmd_sep "%"
modemcc 0 sms_concat 0
modemcc 0 apn_2 "web.pro.be"
modemcc 0 link_retries_2 30
modemcc 0 stat_retries_2 30
modemcc 0 check_reg_2 3
modemcc 0 ss_interval_2 60
modemcc 0 sms_interval_2 1
ana 0 anon ON
ana 0 l1on ON
ana 0 lapdon 0
ana 0 asyon 1
ana 0 logsize 45
cmd 0 unitid "ss%s>"
cmd 0 cmdnua "99"
cmd 0 hostname "digi.router"
cmd 0 anonftp ON
cmd 0 tremto 1200
cmd 0 rcihttp ON
user 0 access 0
user 1 name "***"
user 1 access 0
user 2 access 0
user 3 access 0
user 4 access 0
user 5 access 0
user 6 access 0
user 7 access 0
user 8 access 0
user 9 access 0
local 0 transaccess 2
sslsvr 0 certfile "cert01.pem"
sslsvr 0 keyfile "privrsa.pem"
ssh 0 hostkey1 "privSSH.pem"
ssh 0 nb_listen 5
ssh 0 v1 OFF
cloud 0 clientconn ON
cloud 0 server "login.etherios.co.uk"
cloud 0 ssl ON

OK

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Hi

14:19:25, 28 Apr 2015,Device Cloud disconnected
14:19:25, 28 Apr 2015,Device Cloud reconnect timer expire)

these lines are the router reconnecting to device cloud and nothing to do with DYNDNS if you are not using device cloud then you can switch this off in configuration / remote managment / cloud

in releation to DYNDNS this all depends on the length of time it takes to build a connection to the cellular network and then service a DNS request for the server to connect to then send the update

there could also be delays in the dyndns server populating the new information for your host

If you ant to delay this you could delay the "Default Route" form coming up by adding a delay in the advance options of the default router
"Wait for seconds after power up before allowing this route to activate the interface"

Hope this helps
answered May 22, 2015 by James.Wilson Veteran of the Digi Community (1,225 points)
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