[Wolves] No ip.com

Gary gary at leamore.net
Wed Mar 16 07:43:05 GMT 2005

Another good one is www.dyndns.org . Some of these providers allow you to download a client that updates thier database should your IP address change. 

If you have a router, it may have a section that allows you to put your account details in, so there wouldn't be any need to download their software.


Baza wrote ..
> I've been mooching around looking for ways to get around the problem of
> having a dynamic IP address. no-ip.com looks like a good option on their
> free service, what do others think? I've got my test server running on
> port
> 8080 and am looking to 'go live' asap.
> Baza
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