for this you need to first enable port forwarding on your router on the port 8080 or any port which you want it visible to the internet to the lan ip which listening to the port then after enable already
the above link is an example of how to setup port forwarding
you can see it working by going to https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjNieX9scjkAhWSbysKHdZGCKcQFjAA… to test the port forwarding if done it correctly you should get a success message but first at the dyndns you need to point the hostname to your internet ip address.
a working example is http://mispfm.myhqisp.com/
if can you can email me to email@example.com and i will assist you from there.
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You may want to use a Webhop redirect for this. You need two hostnames:
- XXXX.dyndns.org as a webhop pointing at https://YYYY.dyndns.org:8080/streamline or http://YYYY.dyndns.org:8080/streamline
- YYYY.dyndns.org as a host with your IP address. This is the one you need to keep updated with an update client.
With this setup (and the related port forwarding rule on the router) you will be able to enter XXXX.dyndns.org in the browser address line to reach your service on port 8080 with URL /streamline.
It worked in one location and I still work on it to get worked
Thanks for your help