I'd like to know more about how the business WCF works; it requires users so what happens if I don't have enough user seats can they still use the network/internet? I'm used to the home option which provides a blanket coverage regardless of what is connected to that network.
All of my networks use Dynamic IPs and I have a router that handles DDNS but that is mostly for forwarding a domain to your home network but I don't see how DDNS couldn't work for OpenDNS to keep the IP updated at least. The thing is a PC takes up much more power than a router does, why do we have to resort to an app to manage our Dynamic IP??? (I know DNS is easy to do but that's separate from Dynamic IPs)
I am trying to avoid having to install software on computers that may or may not be available and its easier to have the router manage it and also by having it on the router its less likely that someone will attempt to uninstall it or circumvent the WCF by turning off the machine because they'll have to turn off the router to think they're getting away with it (but I am sure there are plenty more ways to do it).
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