to host website on my ubuntu server at home, domain is registered, now how to get DDNS???

Tyler J. Wagner tyler at
Mon Nov 10 21:14:43 UTC 2014

Excellent! I'm glad you found a solution.

Note that you probably cannot host an email server this way, as MX records
should be A records, and your email will appear to be spammy to many hosts.


On 2014-11-10 17:43, Rajeev Prasad wrote:
> thank you Tyler. I ended up doing that.
> regards.
> Rajeev
> On Monday, November 10, 2014 5:43 AM, Tyler J. Wagner <tyler at>
> wrote:
> Try making your .com's DNS be a CNAME record pointing to your no-ip DDNS
> name. This should work with any DDNS provider.
> Regards,
> Tyler
> On 2014-11-09 02:38, Rajeev Prasad wrote:
>> friends, I have just regiestered my domain name which ends in .com
>> I am looking for _free_ DDNS service.
>> tried:
>> 1. freedns:  rejected, because it allows others to build hosts under your
>> domain name.
>> 2. no-ip: rejected, does not allow to register the complete domain name
>> (
>> anybody who can suggest best/free DDNS service out there?
>> thank you.
>> Rajeev
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