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Replacement for dyndns

Unread post by skopo » 09 Apr 2014, 05:49

Just got email this morning that dyndns free will be canceled for 30 days now.

What do you use for dns forwarding?

I've been using dyndns 4-years now (because its free)
I'm using subsonic.org forwarder for madsonic but other services will be problem.

What would be replacement?
What are you using?


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Re: Replacement for dyndns

Unread post by gurutech » 09 Apr 2014, 21:38

x2 on the no-ip.com - that's what I'm using. I do pay like $12.95 for 2 years of extra domain names, as I use more than just the 3 they let you use for free, and I use some of the "non-free" domain names they have available.

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Re: Replacement for dyndns

Unread post by skopo » 10 Apr 2014, 06:18

Thanks now my router is paired to no-ip without any problems.

I'm running tomato so I had quite list what to use.

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Re: Replacement for dyndns

Unread post by justin » 19 Jun 2014, 02:11

skopo wrote:Thanks now my router is paired to no-ip without any problems.

I'm running tomato so I had quite list what to use.
I use freedns.afraid.org with tomato. Have never had any probs

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Re: Replacement for dyndns

Unread post by kornkid5622 » 05 Jul 2014, 21:53

justin wrote:
skopo wrote:Thanks now my router is paired to no-ip without any problems.

I'm running tomato so I had quite list what to use.
I use freedns.afraid.org with tomato. Have never had any probs
i was just going to post freedns.afraid.org i started using them when Dyn started doing the "you have to login every 30 days to keep your domain" thing and it works just fine, i'm using it with DD-WRT, so it's compatible with most custom router firmware it seems :)

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Re: Replacement for dyndns

Unread post by DoCC » 18 Dec 2014, 08:49

mh i have enabled the ddns option at my regular domain provider.
i have several domains registred via regfish.com ...
so i have , ok not free, but included : ) limitless ddns entries avail.

ip4 ip6
cname alias mx ptr

everything one can use building his own network ; P

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Re: Replacement for dyndns

Unread post by utopian » 23 Dec 2014, 16:31

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