Dynamic DNS and domain registration

Damien Elmes clug at repose.cx
Wed May 22 03:07:51 EST 2002

Brad Hards <bhards at bigpond.net.au> writes:

> I recently went through this for a new domain, but dyndns.com changed policy - 
> three domains minimum. I ended up using zoneedit.com, which is free. Works 
> good, and updates from e-smith were pretty easy to set up. I haven't tested 
> MX, but it is an option you can configure.

I use zoneedit too - free with a bunch of useful services like mail forwarding
thrown in. My only complaint is that the mail forwarding seems to get held up
sometimes - messages are delayed for a few hours before they reach me. Doesn't
happen often though.

Damien Elmes

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