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Hi

I have a domain where namedserves point to my custom DynDNS account.

What do I have to do to get rid off DynDNS Service? My current limited understanding is that I can put IP address in my namedserves but as I have only one IP address I cannot do that.

My VPS is on Windoser Server 2008 Web Edition.

Many thanks in advance
Emil
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You typically need 2 DNS servers for name servers.  You can use your primary DNS server, then get a backup DNS Server like GoDaddy to supplement that.  Godaddy also offers DNS whenever you buy your domain through them.
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Or you can just get 2 IP addresses for your VPS
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Many thanks my VPS seels extra IP address for 5$/month! I shouldn't have bought two custom DNS accounts! for 40$ but it will still save me money with me new websites :)
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