Site to Site VPN Hardware with DDNS
I would like to set up a site to site vpn for myself and another home based freelance 3d renderer. We both have residential cable service with no static ip's. Would it be possible using a DDNS service like TZO.com to do a site to site hardware vpn? If so what hardware would you reccommend, I was looking at some of the posts and the Zyxel USG 50 seems to be highly regarded.
Yes, it's possible. I use dyn.com and have a VPN server in my network that I can reach remotely. I've never used the USG50 so I can't offer any advice on that, but there are several zyxel users here who I am sure will have some thoughts for you.
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Like bdnhsv, I have not used the model you specified but those that I have used that claim to support DDNS usually work. The marketing hype for the model you specified does say it supports DDNS, just not which DDNS providers.
If it were me, I'd download the user manual or wait until you get your hands on one of the boxes prior to opening a DDNS account. Many of these devices are configured to work with a limited number of DDNS providers while others are configured to work with a broader range of providers.