I'm bit of a newcomer when it comes to networking, firewalls and port forwarding - please bear with me:
I've just setup a dynamic DNS that points to my external IP and are handled through my Cisco router. Everything fine so far.
When I visited my DNS through the browser,
http://exampledynamicdns.com, I got redirected to the backend GUI of my router - kind of expected, but still not cool.
So to prevent my Router settings from being available on the interwebs, I did a port forward of port
80 to a non-existent IP on my LAN.
Is this a good practice or not?