dyndns wrote: To our Dyn free hostname users:
For the last 15 years, all of us at Dyn have taken pride in offering you and millions of others a free version of our Dynamic DNS Pro product. What was originally a product built for a small group of users has blossomed into an exciting technology used around the world.
That is why with mixed emotions we are notifying you that in 30 days, we will be ending our free hostname program. This change in the business will allow us to invest in our customer support teams, Internet infrastructure, and platform security so that we can continue to strive to deliver an exceptional customer experience for our paying customers.
We would like to invite you to upgrade to VIP status for less than $20 -- a 25% discount good for any package of Remote Access (formerly DynDNS Pro). By doing so, you'll have access to customer support, additional hostnames, and more.
At best this kind of thing is a betrayal. The free users are a significant proportion of our costs. See how much money we could save if we just cut them off!mikerr wrote:Funny how we feel betrayed when a good free service closes
Thanks for that. Just a shame that they don't support IPv6 addresses with AAAA records.stubright wrote:I've been using http://www.duckdns.org/ for about six months without issue. It's also free and has a setup specifically for the Pi to keep your IP address up to date.
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