It is important for you, to check the not currently enabled dynamic updates list, otherwise we will not get the required update URLs.
Now, just click the and click buttons, so that it looks like this:
The magic starts here.
Please, put in your settings, like in your screenshot:
Review the button of the page:
Just, click , and after , wait for a bit, and as you see above: updated successfully.
Step 7. - IPv6
The same logic is the same for IPv6, but you get a different URL, like this: http://v6.sync.afraid.org/u/FGpuRPivoSj0fYhMMD9JoquL/
You have to know, that not every router understand IPv6 out of the box, besides, IPv6 get their own IPv6 address (because every hardware in the world gets a unique address), so DDNS is not really needed, but with some ISPs, you still get a dynamic IPv6 address. This is tricky though, you will need to use IPTABLES or something else, but it can be done, you can use the IPv6 URL given to you.
You could use somethings like: http://v6.sync.afraid.org/u/FGpuRPivoSj0fYhMMD9JoquL/?ip=2001:470:1f1b:5b3:9ade:d0ff:fe04:23c3
As you can see, it is not a DDNS solution. Probably, cron can be your good friend (the option of using multiple records A as well AAAA and multiple dynamic DNS names)...
Right now, even DDNS does not support DDWRT out of the box with IPv6. It needs a few scripts, but if you really need help, we have been there, done it, I think you can drop an e-mail from Afraid and we might support you.
On the contrary, DDWRT works with cron out of the box.
As freedns.afraid.org shows, your domain name is live: