ECLIPSE DDNS CLOSING EFFECTIVE AUGUST 31ST 2022
Posted by on 7/28/2022 to News
Due to the addition of our Eclipse P2P Cloud Management Server, we will be eliminating our older DDNS service. Most of our customers have moved on to the newest technology with P2P and our Eclipse View service. We are giving our customers advanced notice so they may adopt another DDNS service or simply reconfigure and register their Eclipse NVRs to take advantage of our P2P service. Our NVRs currently offer other DDNS options that may be used or you can opt to use our new P2P service.
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