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My work is on a building office. I don´t have static IP. I´m trying to configure dyndns to access my office from everywhere. My internal network is 192.168.1.x. My wan interface is 10.0.0.x.
If I go to https://whatismyipaddress.com then I got my real internet IP.
My problem is that dyndns  is receiving IP 10.0.0.x.
What can I do to get the internet IP ? Is possible to access my office from everywhere ?
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Question by:Jose Bredariol
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Saadia Attias earned 1000 total points
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You have some router before your wan address because 10.0.0 is LAN address and not a WAN...
You need to parameter the Dyndns on this router and not on your computer...
Ask the administrator or may be your isp to see exactly what is the architecture

Go there also it seems they had the same problem
http://www.dyncommunity.com/questions/39559/home-comcast-giving-1000-ip-address-dyndns-pro-not.html
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As Saadia says, "You have some router before your wan address because 10.0.0 is LAN address and not a WAN..."

The first question I'd ask here is, do you have approval from your network manager to do this?

If you don't, and they catch you at it, you can probably kiss your job goodbye.  What you're trying to do drills a hole through all their security through which their network can be attacked from the inside.

If you need remote access to your system, ask your network manager.
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Thanks All.
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