DD-WRT v24 RC-6 -- WAN IP address (DHCP) is lost when DynDNS support is enabled
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Using Belkin F5D7230 v1444 and DD-WRT v24 RC-6 (01/02/08) micro. Cable modem is a D-link DCM-290 using Comcast's service.
When DDNS support is enabled and configured (properly or improperly) the router attempts to contact dyndns.org and immediately drops the WAN IP. When DDNS support is set back to 'disabled' the WAN IP can be regained by going to the Status->Router tab and clicking "Renew Lease" at the bottom.