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    Dynamic DNS?

    I need a way to get a free dynamic dns host for my ip address, but for a different port (not 80) I've tried a few things but they don't work.
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    You tried EasyDNS ?

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    Did I mention it has to be free?
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    Oh yeah, oops

    Anyway, found this: http://www.dnsexit.com/Direct.sv?cmd=dynDns dunno if that will be any use to you

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    No that still requires that I buy a domain.
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    You can sign up at no-ip.com and get port forwarding.

    It just redirects you.no-ip.com to [your ip]:[your port],
    and it will also redirect you.no-ip.com/somefolder/somepage.html to [your ip]:[your port]/somefolder/somepage.html

    If that makes sence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schleppel
    You can sign up at no-ip.com and get port forwarding.

    It just redirects you.no-ip.com to [your ip]:[your port],
    and it will also redirect you.no-ip.com/somefolder/somepage.html to [your ip]:[your port]/somefolder/somepage.html

    If that makes sence.
    I know that. And I tried that. But it puts an advertisement on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jero
    That sent me to dyndns.org which doesn't have port forwarding.
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    Where does it put an advertisement? :s

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    At the bottom. Plus is changes the title on ever page. I want ever page to have its own title.
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