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Remote Control Your DHCP Connected Laptop from Your iPad
Authored by: j-beda on Feb 15, '11 05:24:14PM

If you need email notification then I don't have any other pointers, but if you just want a domain name to resolve to the correct IP address as that IP address gets changed, then the client has done well by me.

I have used the client to update a DNS listing at for my domain over a number of years. does free dns listing for a few domains before you need to kick them some bucks. Once installed configured to use the dnsupdate daemon magically gave the correct address automatically, with no need for any further work. I found that easier than having to deal with email messages.

I haven't set up anything at for a while (my last email to or from them seems to be dated in 2003), so maybe it has gotten more difficult to make use of their free services without having to say "no thanks" to all of their paid services. Using zoneedit (or other providers?) means you need not deal with at all, but I also haven't opened a new zoneedit account in years (though I continue to use them for some DNS services) - I don't know how onerous their current signup procedure is.

Edited on Feb 15, '11 05:27:28PM by j-beda

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