Dynamic DNS Client Programs are required for users to take advantage of Dynamic DNS Services. In a nutshell, they monitor the computer's IP address for change - and once a change is detected, they send the new IP address to the Dynamic DNS Provider so the DNS entries may be updated.
Win32 (95/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP) dynamic DNS updater that runs as an NT service with remote administration.
Update clients recommended by the company.
Dynamic DNS update client that will work with Windows or Linux and just about any dynamic DNS provider. Screenshots and installation instructions.
Provides information about DNS services run by DNS Max, as well as compatible dynamic DNS update clients.
A Linux daemon which keeps your record on free dynamic DNS freedns.afraid.org up-to-date.
Dynamic Update client for No-IP.com. Mac/Linux/Windows
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