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Dynamic DNS

Dynamic DNS is the assignment of an IP address to a domain name that is on a computer that may be at that IP address only for a short time. This is done by setting the refresh interval to a few minutes and telling the nameserver to read the IP address from a database, which is updated by the user when he changes IP address. Some providers of dynamic DNS are:



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