Member since: Sep 7th, 2009
Sep 6th 2009 7:14PM They actually give you a dynamic dns based on your Tonido ID that you choose when you set it all up. example.tonidoid.com:10001 and you log in thru the web interface. You can of course access it thru the private IP if you're using it on local network. I've had mine for a little less than a week and while I think it's a sweeeet concept, I've had it stop responding and had to hard-reboot it on several occasions. I hope that they were just flukes.
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