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I have asked this question before but never really got a good answer.

I use DynIP, which worked fine.  But I do not want to always pay money for this service.

Can someone point me to a free version of this service?  I do not have a static IP address on the host, which is why DynIP works great.

Any free ones you can point me to?

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http://www.dyndns.com/

That used to be free, and my mate still uses it and he won't pay for anything so i suspect it still is. ;)


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http://www.dyndns.com is still free I use it.  http://no-ip.com also has free services that are really good as well.
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Thanks.
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