Using Dynamic DNS server with

For those who have a second level domain and are using or would like to use the Dynamic DNS (refer to DDNS below) service, they should often find that the free DDNS service does not cover enough number of hostnames (A records). The only way out was to pay extra for additional hostnames or to build their own DNS servers to support DDNS services.

I am having the same problem today as well. I have more than 5 devices that needs to be able to remote access to when I m on the road, and the DDNS providers requires me to pay extra for additional supporting devices. In my low budget case, I have found an alternative way to solve this problem, which is to go for the free DNS service from Hurricane Electronic. Continue reading