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Free dynamic DNS service with powerful features

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    Im very happy with dynu their prices are too.

    They have good support and membership is roughly $10 per year, which is really cheap. And as member you get 15% off on the services.

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We have tracked the following product recommendations or mentions on Reddit and HackerNews. They can help you see what people think about Dynu Dynamic DNS and what they use it for.
  • Self Hosted Email without port forwarding
    Email relay, I usd for a few years and it works weell:. - Source: Reddit / 13 days ago
  • DDNS recommendations which provide subdomains
    I use dynu it's realy easy to set up subdomains. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • am i using the correct one ? its safe right?
    Do you have any idea it's possible to configure adguard DNS provider directly in Razer Sila router ? I can only select predefined providers like: - - - - - - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Can anyone access ipv6 website through servicies like dynu?
    Hello. This is probably a question that has been answered before, but after searching all night, I could not find an answer to my exact situation. *I am doing all this to learn*. I have a small web site hosted on a LAMP server at home. I can access it from computers inside the network, now I wanted to see if I could get it online for the world, I was going to do it with, but noticed that my ISP provided... - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • How bad is QuickConnect?
    I'm using a Dynamic DNS service ( in conjunction with WireGuard for remote access to my setup, running alongside a dnsmasq configuration to bring my LAN devices to the same IP addresses when away from my network. These services run on a DietPi VM hosted on my 920+. Most of the time the setup just works; on one occasion, however, the VM did not start automatically. I was glad I have QC set up: I could... - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
  • I bought a domain name. How do I deploy a static webpage on it now?
    1) Point the domain name to your server's static IP, either with the hosting company or a third-party host like Cloudflare or Dynu. Note: if using a third-party host, you'll need to set the domain name host's nameservers to those of your third-party host). - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
  • [Hiring] $30-$60 Need help finishing up website (no designing- just getting ssl certs, etc)
    I am not good at this stuff at all, basically just trying to get a wordpress site I slapped together up and running properly. I got the domain through and hosting through bluehost. Completely dumbfounded I made it this far tbh, Site is up and running - pm for the url as I am not sure I can put it here . Just trying to get https working, and have someone check that everything is secure. If my price is... - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
  • Mail relay as a service? Moving away from selfhosted postfix 😔 has one of the best email services I've found, including a relay for like $10 a year. Or you can do store-and-forward, or just forward, or full service, whatever... - Source: Reddit / 9 months ago
  • Domain for jellyfin
    I set up a free domain on, then I set up a free DDNS service on and pointed my domain at my public ip address. - Source: Reddit / 10 months ago
  • dynamic dns provider
    In the past I used because they're free and doesn't require the annoying confirmation email that No-IP sends you. - Source: Reddit / 10 months ago
  • Private self-hosted email SMTP server?
    I use as an outbound SMTP relay - it's $9.99/year/domain and I haven't had any IP range blocking issues like I had when I was using comcast's outbound servers. - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • So what is our timeframe here?
    I had 4 domains on GAFYD for >10 years. I nuked one ancient inactive business domain, moved one (low volume) domain to iCloud+, moved one other to mail hosting on (that was already the ddns provider), and have another I hope to keep on Google Workspace. I’ve cut down the users to 6, moved to the free plan for now and hope they come up with something reasonable before August. - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • Is there a way to play videos from my library outside of my home network?
    Or you can use a free DNS service like Dynu, and can set it up like this (works for Raspberry Pi but also for general Linux devices). - Source: Reddit / 12 months ago
  • Web UI and dynamic hostname
    I have a DDNS services with for a domain that I own. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Remote access
    FYI: I recommend I did a bunch of research and tried various services. works out great for me. They are generally not built into most router's firmware, but it's worth the effort to build the needed infrastructure. No-IP and all the others are fine, but I highly recommend - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Redmine install on windows 10 at home but access it from an outside network
    I am thinking about installing Redmine on windows home pc and set it up as a Project management system instead of a ticketing system. I think I can make the task bit easier by using Bitnami then I can use for dynamic DNS solution so I can access Redmine from anywhere. See I need a free and reliable home solution for Project Management. The part I am not sure is once... - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Setup issues with ddclient on Armbian Focal
    I'm currently setting up my OrangePi with Armbian Focal for a vpn server (using piVpn). I'm having issues using ddclient for my dynamic dns, I tried with and to no luck. I keep getting this error: cannot connect to socket: Name or service not known IO::Socket::IP configuration failed. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Synology and Dynu DDNS
    How does the DDNS work with Synology? I have it set up and updating to just fine but how does it detect that it needs to update the IP address on Does it do this on some frequency? If so, I didn't see any settings for that. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Self Hosted Services Not Accessible From Inside My Network
    I have a domain that is registered with and has DDNS services for a number of subdomains. My router forwards all requests to Nginx Proxy Manager, which directs traffic to the right port on the right machine. Everything was working fine until last night. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago

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