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Dynamic DNS Services - 100% FREE for all Top Level Domains


  Note: We don't provide static IPs but associate your dynamic IP with a static host/subdomain name.

DNS stands for Domain Name Systems that will make your computer accessible any time, anywhere by associating a domain name of your choice to dynamically changed IP address. Dynamic DNS allows you accessing to your home computer with remote desktop, or running web site, email server, FTP service at home.

Getting started with dynamic DNS is simple with the following steps:

1.    Sign up an account

First you need to Sign Up a free account to create DNS for your domains and updating your IP addresses by IP Update clients.

2.    Register a new or use an existing domain name for dynamic DNS

a) If already got a domain name, you can skip this step. However, you do need to change the name servers of the domain to our name servers so that our name servers are in charge of resolving IPs for your domain.

b) To start with your dynamic DNS experience, you may simply use our Free Second-Level Domain (SLD).

c) You want to choose your own domain name for your dynamic DNS, you can find an available domain name and registere it.

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3.    Create DNS for the Domain

Now the domain has been registered or you have switched your existing domain's name servers to our name servers:
ns1.dnsExit.com ns2.dnsExit.com ns3.dnsExit.com ns4.dnsExit.com
Next, you need to Setup DNS for the domain. The DNS (Domain Name Systems) is the internet service that translates your domain names into IP addresses.

4.    Install Dynamic DNS Client

To update domain DNS, you can simply login to your member account to edit DNS for the domain. However, to update your IP address automatically, you need to download one of our dynamic IP update clients and install it on any computer in your network. The software will detect your IP changes and automatically update your latest IP address to our name servers.

If you are running Window NT or Linux/Unix, you can use command nslookup to check your IP settings of your hosts at dnsExit.com name servers. Under DOS prompt(Windows) or shell prompt(Linux/Unix), type command nslookup; then specify the name server as ns1.dnsExit.com; finally type one of the host names in your DNS records. You should see the IP of the host displayed on the screen.
> nslookup
> server ns1.dnsExit.com
> hostname.yourdomain.com

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