There are some folks who use dynamic IP addresses, but every time the address changes, even when using a dynamic DNS service, your users will have to reboot their hotspots and/or repeaters to resolve the URL into the new IP address.
So if you want users to be able to stay connected, particularly repeaters that can't be restarted easily, you'll need a static IP.
Bob (W6KD) Colorado Springs, CO D*STAR Hangouts: XRF555A (persistently linked to XRF002A) XRF720C (Colorado Front Range reflector)
HI Bob, Thank you for you response. Sorry for the question, I am still learning and trying to learn. I have tried to build this dxrfd server for almost 4 months and finally have it active. Now the dasboard. I run the command shown below. It looks like the dashboard is not going thru. Could you please advice me on the next thing that i need to do. Appreciate you assistance.