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Hiding public IP address while using free DynDns?

Most of the answers and comments here, and possibly even the OP, seem to be misunderstanding whether/why publishing a home IP address might be unsafe, especially in the context of game servers. Of ...
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Websites download unusual file in certain browsers

This is an HTTP2 frame (and this is one of the top Google results when you search for that hex string). The downloaded file is likely caused by a misconfiguration where HTTP2 is sent to a client ...
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Hiding public IP address while using free DynDns?

What you're asking for is self-contradictory. Your public IP address is public regardless of whether you're using DynDNS or not. Every site on the Internet you are connecting to knows your public IP ...
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Hiding public IP address while using free DynDns?

As one of the comments said: You're after a reverse-proxy, which would allow you to hide your IP address. There are services on the internet, such as ngrok (commercial with a free tier; used it for ...
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Hiding public IP address while using free DynDns?

One of these risks occured to me a few days ago when I started to ping the given domain name and it showed my clear public ip adress. I then tried to use a generic "IP-lookup" website and ...
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Hiding public IP address while using free DynDns?

You can't "hide" your public IP address. The point of a public IP address is being public. If you would hide your IP address nobody would be able to access your servers anymore. Knowing the ...
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Home device tries to connect directly to the Internet Service Provider, bypassing the router

You state, "My ISP has filtering logic, that provides internet connection by MAC address." That can only be enforced on traffic going through the router. There is no bypassing of that router....
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Isolating home network from different internet routers

I want to know if there can be a way to make the router "C" act as bridge and be able to connect one of the two internet routers as per my demand to my router "C" without affecting ...
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Getting only 100mb from isp and using 10 gigabit router

You need to be aware of which link speed is actually used. Each Ethernet speed is really a completely new protocol that needs completely new transceivers. RJ45 ports on routers and switches are ...
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