Some routers only support talking to www.dynDNS.com (at least they do not support the OpenDNS update clients).
However their user configurable fields and message can contain all you need for updating OpenDNS.
If you have as part of your user agreement of using one of your primary DNS addresses that any requests to www.dynDNS.com and www.noip.com etc etc. updates will be redirected to your online update client, you could make it possible for users who do not have a permanently connected and active computing device on their network other than the router to make sure any dynamic DNS changed are tracked.
If you can also use this update as a dynamic DNS service even better (keeping fees free or very affordable for personal or small non for profit clubs etc.).
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