a lot of customers have no fix IP. One time on day there is a forced disconnect by the carrier and so they get a new public IP. Yes, it possible to solve it via DynDNS, but for all CC managed NGs I think it was a very cool feature, that the CC forward the new public IP to the other TINA connected NGs to rebuild the tunnel. I think ist not hard to develop it for TINA VPN and so you have an new feature for your partners to sell managed services for the customers.
Posted 27 July 2015 - 02:47 AM
I really love that idea!
Additionally, f.e. for Remote Access for Mobile clients, maybe a Dynamic DNS feature could be implemented with the NG DNS service to update DNS records for boxes that do not have an ISP line with static IP. This might be a little harder to implement by the way....