Dynamic DNS with GoDaddy

Hi,

I would like to assign a domain name server.domain.com to my server that every time gets a dynamic IP address. I know that it's possible to do it with services like no-ip.org, but it is possible for our main domain that is hosted at GoDaddy?
I'd like to run a small program on a server that will update record every time server gets new IP.

Thank you.
moleculoincAsked:
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AegilCommented:
Well what you could do is have the no-ip.org dns record say myserver.no-ip.org.
There software would update that record. Then from godaddy you would create a CNAME, so that server.domain.com points to myserver.no-ip.org. Should be pretty simple to set up really.
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