Dynamic zone...

Alan Clegg aclegg at isc.org
Sat Jan 1 05:07:47 UTC 2011

On 12/31/2010 9:59 PM, Lyle Giese wrote:

> My approach would be to use a dynamic host service like dyndns.com.
> I setup a remote1.homedns.org with a cname in my zone:
> remote.abc.com 3600 in cname remote1.homedns.org
> And use a dynamic dns client on the laptop.  Then you don't even care
> what OS is on the laptop, just use the proper client for the OS on it.

I do the same thing (thanks to DynDNS for providing this service).  I'm
not doing it for laptops, I'm doing it for SOHOs that are connected via
service providers that charge amazingly large fees for "fixed IP addresses".


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