Router #1's DDNS works perfectly, however Router #2 constantly receives these errors: Tue Sep 17 2013: W: DYNDNS: Error 'RC_IP_CONNECT_FAILED' (0x13) when talking to IP server Tue Sep 17 2013: W:'RC_IP_CONNECT_FAILED' (0x13) updating the IPs.
(it 2) Tue Sep 17 2013: W: DYNDNS: Error 'RC_IP_CONNECT_FAILED' (0x13) when talking to IP server Tue Sep 17 2013: W:'RC_IP_CONNECT_FAILED' (0x13) updating the IPs.
By making a few policy decisions, you can create an IPS Policy which activates only the protections that you need and prevents only the attacks that most threaten your network.
To apply protections based on an IPS Policy, create a new profile and select Activate protections according to IPS Policy in the IPS Policy page.
I don't recall seeing this issue with build 12188 which was replaced with 12533 about a week ago.
Build: 12533 WRT150N v1 I'm having the same issue and have tried all settings mentioned in threads found at; BB2/viewtopic.php? p=177392&sid=4cc6410c469d5895e1357e3876230ea2 as well as a few others.
Ideally, you might want to set all IPS protections to Prevent in order to protect against all potential threats.
However, to allow your gateway processes to focus on handling the most important traffic and to report on only the most concerning threats, you will need to determine the most effective way to apply the IPS protections.
DDNS is configured as follows; DDNS Service - Custom DYNDNS Server - updates.User Name - Host Name - hostname1-a hostename2URL - /nic/update?
I have two Buffalo WHR-G125 routers at two different locations.
Both running 14929, both have DDNS configured for Namecheap and using the following settings: DDNS Service: Custom DYNDNS Server: dynamicdns.User Name: &host= Additional DDNS Options: Blank Do not use external ip check: Router #1: YES; Router #2: NO They are basically set up to update two different subdomains on my account (one for each location).
In addition to assigning your gateway an IPS profile, you should also review the Recommendations for Initial Deployment.
Check Point IPS is a system that can give you instant protection based on pre-defined profiles, or it can be customized and controlled on a very detailed level. IPS provides three pre-defined profiles that can be used to immediately enforce IPS protection in your environment: For organizations particularly focused on network security, IPS allows you to customize profiles that will meet the needs of your organization.