I have many network drives mounted on my mac and am constantly having to disconnect and reconnect when i leave my apartment and work remotely because of the speed issues.
Since I am on a cable modem, I have DynDNS set up to ensure I only have to remember one address when the IP address changes.
When i connect to my DynDNS address on my local network, the connection seems to route somewhere outside my LAN and transfer speeds to my server are MUCH slower than just connecting to the servers local IP address instead.
Is it possible to tell my router "if connecting to the DynDNS address when on the internal network DO NOT route outside the LAN?
If it helps to know, my router is running the linux based DD-WRT firmware. Any help is greatly appreciated.