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Dynamic DNS & Router configuration

Ok, my problem is this:
I've been trying to fix a dynamic DNS using DynDNS and inadyn on my server computer (Ubuntu 7.04). But when I try to connect to my website I get the admin site for my router. I've been thinking it was my router that needed to be configured properly with port forwarding and such, but this router's menu does not have such admin option in it's configuration website.

The router specs are:
Huawei Qualcomm D-20 - which is a wireless broadband router, receiving and transmitting WLAN and WAN.

I was thinking I might be able to configure it manually through telnet or PuTTy, but it seems the router is running it's own Linux distro (BusyBox 0.60.0) which I'm not familiar with.

So anyone have any ideas?
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chuckyhCommented:
I can't find any info on your router? What is the exact brand and model? If it doesn't handle port forwarding then you will need to get something that does.
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Gaute RønningenOwner, DeveloperAuthor Commented:
All I know it's that it uses CDMA450 which is a 3G variant.
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chuckyhCommented:
So this is a cell phone broadband router? you may be out of luck. I would contact the manufacturer or the cell service provider.
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Gaute RønningenOwner, DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Here's the link to my ISP's homepage with the router shown on it. It's in norwegian though, but gives a little image on what router I have. Reason we're using it is because our current location is too far away from any regular broadband central and we have to choose between this and regular modem or ISDN.
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Gaute RønningenOwner, DeveloperAuthor Commented:
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Jeff BrownGlobal Helpdesk SupervisorCommented:
That looks to be just the modem and not a full router which is why it does not have port forwarding or dyndns   services directly. you would need to connect that box to a router.   all allowed ports on that  network should be open directly to anything connect to that box
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Gaute RønningenOwner, DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Thanks, will do that.
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