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Tue Sep 14 07:08:00 2004
Are you using a router? If so, check it for Dynamic DNS support. Most routers have it built in now.
The best program I've found is DeeEnEs.
If it's any indication, I installed it on three computers over 1.5 years ago and have never had to fool with it since. In fact, just to get you the name of it now, I had to remote access one of the computers that it was installed on because it's been so long since I've looked at it.
Ps. Thanks for reminding me that I had some updates to take care of on these three computers. I was planning on going to bed, but nooooo, you had to bring up DeeEnEs. <smile>
"Ian D. Weatherall" <paw17 "at" csolve.net> wrote:
I use a DynDNS account to keep the same address for my server at home; I
have tried a number of products to keep the ip updated without much success.
Can I ask which freeware programs have you folks found to be the best?
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